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For the latest details regarding Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s most recent Executive Order on COVID-19 concerning Churches and Places of Worship, visit & search for: “Churches & Places.

We encourage you to read the entire 3 page document, as well as the other most recent executive orders that may affect you, so you can be informed, and prayerfully make the best decisions for you and your family. Be safe & be blessed.

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Welcome Back Sunday Service • tomorrow at 10am

This Sunday is Welcome Back Sunday!

Yes. It’s been a while since we’ve been able to gather together and fellowship. Since the beginning of the pandemic, it was important that we all quarantine ourselves for the benefit of ourselves and others. But now, new guidelines for Texas residents have been issued by Governor Greg Abbott to allow for churches to host public worship services in accordance with certain protocols being adhered to. As you may know, in preparation for this moment, we hosted our Safe Church Convo to communicate our expectation for operating according to a higher standard so as to ensure a safe worship environment for you, your family, our members and guests at United Vision. Because we value operating according to high standards and expectations, as part of our Safe Church Campaign, there are a few things you need to know so you partner with us effectively.


> Welcome Back Sunday Service will begin at 10:00am. For those who plan to attend tomorrow’s service, please arrive no later than 9:30am so we can properly process you and your family, and provide any necessary accommodations should they be necessary prior to service.

> One Service only. Kids and teens classes are suspended until further notice.

> Wear a mask (cloth or medical).

> We are social distancing 6 feet throughout the sanctuary. Please be prepared for our volunteer staff to seat you. DO NOT SEAT YOURSELF. If you arrive too late, you may be standing for a while until one of our volunteers can assist you.

> Are you feeling ill? Stay home. If you are feeling ill, have been experiencing repetitive coughs, cold or flu like symptoms, having trouble breathing, or any symptoms outlined in the Governor’s executive order, that may put you at risk.

> Sanctuary Guidelines for Members & Guests: Instructions will be given prior to our morning worship service for those who attend LIVE. (Also posted in sanctuary.)

While these guidelines present a certain degree of inconvenience for us all, we sincerely appreciate your understanding as we aim to operate in excellence and continue to create a safe worship environment for everyone. We’ve missed you all so much. We pray God’s grace be upon you mightily, that He continue to order your steps in the path of righteousness. Be blessed and we look forward to gathering with you again. We love you for real. – Pastors Mike & Sumetra