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Contact Us

  • Phone: 651.487.7752
  • Email: 
  • Mailing Address: 1215 Roselawn Ave. West | Roseville, MN 55113

 

 

COVID-19

CLICK HERE for the "RLC Re-Entry Plan by Level"
developed by RLC Council and Staff
on June 13, 2020.

Stay informed through our church Facebook page and church emails. Sign up here to be on our church email list. Are you a Sustaining Giver? Click here to give online, or Text to Give <amount> to 651-383-1504.

Our Plan, as a Community of Faith

In an abundance of caution, and together with many congregations in our area and across the country, Roseville Lutheran Church is taking the following actions for the immediate future:

  • ALL ONSITE worship and ministry gatherings are SUSPENDED at this time. Please check our website and Facebook pages regularly for updates.
  • Though the office is open 9:00 am - 3:00 pm, Mon-Thurs, and staff continue their duties as needed on site or remotely, the building remains closed to the public. Click here for ministry staff contact information. Email is the best way to communicate.
  • No meetings (including outside groups) are being held in church facilities at this time.
  • The congregation will participate in online worship. Click here on Sunday at 9:00 and 10:30 am
  • If you have questions or concerns, please call 651-487-7752 (follow prompts if you reach voicemail) or email .

Personal Preparedness

For 80% of cases, COVID-19 is a mild illness that does not require hospitialization. We can limit its spread by:

  • Washing hands with soap and water frequently
  • Avoiding touching our face (mouth, nose, eyes)
  • Staying home when sick until illness is resolved
  • Covering coughs/sneezes with tissue, washing hands afterwards
  • Staying away from others who are ill

Other Resources

Our RLC Task Force is meeting to consider concerns relating to the COVID-19 outbreak. We're reaching out to larger church resources, and we are also taking into account actions and advice from the Roseville Schools. Click here for their latest update.

The National Association of School Nurses has written this "Talking to Children about COVID-19" resource, which you may find helpful.

Information from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) is available here

 

 

 
Click image for more info from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention