Here’s how we’re continuing to love one another
Updated April 12, 2021
We are so excited to see more and more people returning to worship at Central Community Church! Though pandemic conditions seem to be improving in our community, we continue to work proactively to ensure that we provide the safest, cleanest environment possible while still focusing completely on worshipping together and our mission to know Christ and make Him known!
Here is what you can expect when you join us for worship this Sunday:
- From the beginning, we have asked that all who enter the building follow current mask requirements issued by the city, county, and/or state governments. Given the status at this time, we leave it up to each individual to choose whether he or she wishes to wear a mask or not.
- The Sanctuary and Grand Foyer will be fully disinfected prior to our weekend services. High-touch areas will again be disinfected before doors open for second service. Those who wish to attend both services will be asked to exit the Sanctuary to allow for this cleaning.
- We continue to encourage everyone to physically distance themselves from others not in their household as much as possible.
- There is a specially-designated area in the sanctuary for those who wish to sit near people who remain fully-masked and physically distanced. An usher will be happy to seat you there.
- We have worked to make everything at the church as touchless as possible. One example is that we aren’t passing offering plates. Instead, several giving stations are located in the Grand Foyer. Of course, you may continue to give online, by text, or through the app. Those who aren’t planning to join us for worship yet and do not wish to give digitally may bring their tithes and offerings to the church office during weekly business hours.
- There are multiple hand sanitizing stations throughout the Grand Foyer and Atrium.
We are depending on each person in our congregation to make wise choices and put others first. Wearing masks and respecting the space of others are a couple ways to do this, but even more importantly, please choose to stay home and join us online if you aren’t feeling well or have been around someone who is ill. Though someone may have an opinion that differs from yours, it is important to remember that our calling as followers of Christ is to remain united! So many of us are excited to be together, and we each need to demonstrate our love for others by respecting one another and championing the health of everyone around us.
We also know that some are choosing to wait to come to church, and that’s okay! Know that we can’t wait to see you when you’re ready to join us.
See you Sunday!