COVID 19 INFORMATION
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION!!! (Updated 06/22/2020)
Funeral services held in funeral homes are permissible so long as such services comply with the above guidelines. Receiving lines are not permitted. Receptions, meal functions, or other gatherings before or after the service must adhere to current Directed Health Measure requirements for Religious services for each county found at http://dhhs.ne.gov/Pages/COVID-19-Directed-Health-Measures.aspx.
– INDOOR Gatherings will be limited to 50% of rated occupancy (not to exceed 10,000)
Although restrictions are slowly being lifted, know that we are here to keep you safe and comfortable and will continue to follow the six feet of distancing between "parties." A "party" should be understood to include members of a household who live together and therefore may be seated together in the house of worship or funeral chapel, but should maintain six feet of social distance from other parties. We will continue to still provide limited public visitations and offer live broadcasting of the funeral service with permission from the family. We urge attendees to follow recommended healthy habits such as social distancing, wearing masks, hand hygiene, covering cough and sneezes, etc.
We continue to encourage friends and community members to offer sympathies through our website, make phone calls, mail sympathy cards, send flowers, or make a memorial donation.
We encourage those who are sick or at risk to stay home, including: the elderly, people with underlying medical conditions, family members who live with elderly or those who are at risk, people who have access to those at risk in nursing institutions, people who have or live with someone with upper respiratory or flu-like symptoms, people with Covid-19 or live with someone with Covid 19, or someone that has been exposed to Covid 19.
As recommendations from the Sate of Nebraska or the CDC change, so will our policies. Please continue to care for those in our communities and don’t forget to support those who are grieving.