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My wife and I are moving to Central Florida in about a month - does anyone know what rules the Church is operating under there?

I'll call the Bishop when I know the move in date but wanted to get an idea here first if I could.

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13 hours ago, mnn727 said:

My wife and I are moving to Central Florida in about a month - does anyone know what rules the Church is operating under there?

I'll call the Bishop when I know the move in date but wanted to get an idea here first if I could.

I'm sure you know that the important "rules" that the Church operates under should essentially be the same... there may be a few minor local/ward procedures (like if the Elders' Quorum helps people move, etc,) that are unique to the ward... 

GG 

 

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Covid rules may vary by area as the area presidency sets them iirc, if those are the rules he is thinking of.

found this:

 

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What I am looking for is Covid rules currently in force.

For example, here in Texas we hold Sacrament meeting only, Masks are required, Sacrament bread is in individual cups (like the water). The meeting is broadcast over the internet so anyone not comfortable with attending can still "attend" online from home. The sacrament portion itself is not broadcast, they have it after the meeting so it runs from Ward Business, then opening hymn (played, not sung) then talks, thorough closing hymn (no hymns are sung) and prayer and then the internet broadcast ends and they pass the sacrament.

Speakers take off their mask but then use a sanitizer wipe on the podium when done.

No more than 100 people in the building at once (I think this is a state rule)

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5 hours ago, mnn727 said:

What I am looking for is Covid rules currently in force.

For example, here in Texas we hold Sacrament meeting only, Masks are required, Sacrament bread is in individual cups (like the water). The meeting is broadcast over the internet so anyone not comfortable with attending can still "attend" online from home. The sacrament portion itself is not broadcast, they have it after the meeting so it runs from Ward Business, then opening hymn (played, not sung) then talks, thorough closing hymn (no hymns are sung) and prayer and then the internet broadcast ends and they pass the sacrament.

Speakers take off their mask but then use a sanitizer wipe on the podium when done.

No more than 100 people in the building at once (I think this is a state rule)

That is what the current instructions from SLC are (except the number of people in the building), and what happens in this part of FL (which is NOT central FL)

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My brother lives near Jacksonville.  His wife said masks are required.  Sacrament meeting in person, but you can view from home electronically.  Seminary is also in person.

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On 11/27/2020 at 6:52 AM, sweetpotatoh said:

You have my condolences. 

Condolences?! Its our slice of Heaven - We started out our marriage there and Thank God we can finally move back!

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