Here at Church@TheGabba we are committed to one another, and to our community.
This means that we are working, with every other like-minded organization and individual, to do our bit to help stop the spread of Covid-19.
Last Updated: 30/11/2022.
There are no Public Health Directions in effect requiring you to wear a face mask.
Face masks are not required to be worn at church services/gatherings or in church offices/workplaces, except by people who have:
any symptoms consistent with COVID-19; or
undertaken a COVID-19 PCR test and has not yet received the results of that test.
Under the Public Health Face Mask Requirements Direction, a person who is required to wear a face mask may remove their face mask if the nature of a person’s work or education means that clear enunciation or visibility of the mouth is essential. This could include those preaching, leading services or leading singing.
For further information about face mask requirements, please refer to the Public Health Face Mask Requirements Direction.
FOOD AND DRINK
There are no restrictions for serving food and drink at church gatherings and other events.
If you test positive to COVID-19, it's no longer mandatory to self-isolate at home. However, Queensland Health strongly recommends people who are sick or who have tested positive to COVID-19 continue to take action to reduce the risk of transmission.
There are no occupant density restrictions for church services and other activities, including worship services, funerals, weddings, youth and children’s ministry, events, and hall/building hires.
If you have any specific needs that we might be able to assist you with, please do not hesitate to contact us and let us know:
Phone: (07) 3891 9210
There are a lot of resources available about Covid-19 and how to respond to it. Below is a small selection that we hope you find helpful or interesting. This page will be updated often, so please come back again.