Sinsinawa Mound Welcomes Visitors and Guests
Sinsinawa Mound Center is once again open to visitors and guests. All visitors and guests to Sinsinawa Mound will enter through our main entrance to sign in, have a temperature screening, and show proof of full COVID vaccination. At this time, fully vaccinated is defined as receiving the two-series Moderna or Pfizer vaccine + one booster OR the one-series Johnson & Johnson vaccination + one booster. All fully vaccinated visitors and guests will have access to our public spaces and need to wear a face mask. Unvaccinated and not fully vaccinated visitors and guests are welcome to our foyer area only and will need to wear a face mask. Guests only planning to visit the Sinsinawa Book & Gift Gallery may use the outdoor entrance to the shop. Visitors and guests are encouraged to take an at-home COVID test within 24 to 48 hours of planned arrival to Sinsinawa and should not visit the Mound if the test result is positive or if they are experiencing any symptoms of illness (i.e., headache, fever/chills, cough, difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle aches, recent loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion, runny nose, nausea, vomiting, and/or diarrhea). Visitors and guests should not visit the Mound if they have been in close contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID recently or if they have traveled on public transportation (i.e., plane, bus, or train) within the last three days before arrival to Sinsinawa. Thank you for helping us prevent the spread of COVID in the United States. We hold our world in prayer and appreciate your cooperation.
Escape the everyday and discover the extraordinary
- October 22 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Women figured importantly in Jesus's ministry. Many of them we know by name -- Martha and Mary Magdalene, for instance -- but often the women who appear are unnamed. And yet they are unforgettable. What can we learn from them?
“Thank you for a wonderful experience!! Such warmth, beauty, acceptance, and love……and the place itself —much appreciated.”