Current Policy Updated: December 8th, 2022

As we all learn to live with COVID-19, we have adjusted our health requirements for in-person events. This will allow us to fully return to worship services, ministries, and community events

As of Sunday, December 11, 2022 wearing masks is optional, but highly encouraged for all parishioners, guests, renters, and staff. Masks are available to anyone who would like to wear one.


In addition, BFUMC encourages every eligible person in our community to be vaccinated and current on their COVID-19 boosters. Showing proof of vaccination is longer required for in-person attendees.


Please respect and be mindful of your well-being and the well-being of the community we love.  BFUMC hosts many congregation members, renters, and guests who are high-risk including children, older adults, and other vulnerable populations. If you feel unwell, please stay home. 


These changes are in-line with the current policies provided by health and safety experts.


We are grateful for your cooperation and support as we seek to practice in safe communal ways.

Bellevue First UMC