The Meadows Protocol

With Governor Abbott’s announcement this past week that beginning March 10, masks will no longer be a statewide mandate and that businesses and school districts can determine their own policy, we have been prayerfully examining our Meadows’ policy. Our policy has been and will continue to be grounded on these three principles.




Be Responsible

Each person should be conscientious of the Coronavirus pandemic and be diligent to self-monitor for symptoms, and employ safe practices that can help mitigate the spread of the virus.  


Be Respectful

Treat each person with courtesy realizing that there are different levels of vulnerability to the virus and different convictions about how best to respond to the spread of the virus.


Be Eternal 

Be diligent in prayer for God’s help and stay passionately focused on the Kingdom of God and how to help others enter it.


I have sought council from our staff, from our deacon body, from our congregation and most importantly from the Lord on this matter.  We have surveyed the current coronavirus protocols and any anticipated changes due to Gov. Abbott’s announcement from twenty area churches and businesses.  We will continue to evaluate on a week to week basis the current situation of our community and what is best for our Meadows’ family.  


Beginning Sunday, April 2nd, we are asking everyone to please wear a mask as we consider others better than ourselves and are putting others needs before our own freedoms and rights, as Paul admonished the believers in Philippi to do. (see Philippians 2:3)
Masks will no longer be required, but will be requested and the choice will be left up to each person to make.




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