Keep up-to-date with COVID-related changes at Trinity as we seek to navigate this difficult season in a safe and prayerful way. Please feel free to contact us if you have questions or would like more information.
On Tuesday, December 21st, on the recommendation of the Nashua Public Health Board, the Nashua Board of Aldermen voted to reinstate the indoor mask mandate, effective immediately and running through January 31, 2022.
Since the very beginning of this pandemic, the Elders at Trinity Baptist Church have adhered to local, state, and national mandates and emergency orders. As such, the indoor masking mandate is effectively immediately at Trinity, running through January 31, 2022.
If you have any questions, please contact the Elders.
On behalf of the Elder Team,
Pastor Shawn Carpenter
City, State, and National COVID-19 Information Resources:
As you undoubtedly are aware, the number of active COVID-19 cases are on the rise in New England, with New Hampshire hitting a new high mark this week (as of 12/3, 505 cases per 100,000, and a 13.4% positivity rate for new test results). The hospitalization rates are also rising.
With this in view, we would like to remind our Trinity family that each person should take appropriate precautions to reduce the risk of contracting or passing on the disease.
As we enter a new school and program year, we are approaching ministry planning and opportunities at Trinity on a quarter-by-quarter basis. COVID is still complicating life and how we care for the wide diversity of needs within our church.
With respect to that, here’s a quick and important note on how we are approaching the fall at Trinity. Currently, the CDC recommends that all people, regardless of vaccination status, wear masks in public indoor settings where there is substantial and high areas. Hillsborough County is considered HIGH at the time of this update. While there are no mask mandates in Nashua, in New Hampshire, or at Trinity, we do encourage everyone to consider this recommendation, as well as to discuss any vaccination concerns with your primary physician. For more on what the CDC is recommending, please read here.
Thank you for your continued prayers during this season. We are looking forward to many ways we can encourage one another to treasure Christ through all of life this fall at Trinity!
- Pastor Shawn Carpenter