Welcome Back Christ Community Church Family!
July 12th, 2020 – 8:00AM & 9:45AM
These services will look and feel slightly different because we’re taking extra steps to prioritize your safety given the known risks of COVID-19. We will ask you to RSVP online for your family (including children) each week, so we can keep a close eye on crowd size and capacity levels in our various venues.
We know you probably have a lot of questions about what to expect, so please take a look at the updated Phased Reopening Chart and FAQ sections below.
Frequently Asked Questions
When and where will services be offered?
Why RSVP? Do I Need to RSVP Every Week?
Please RSVP every week.
*An RSVP does not guarantee a seat in the Worship Center, but it allows us to know how many people will be coming through our doors and if we need to open alternate venues for seating.
Will masks be required for in-person worship?
Please plan to bring your own mask, as we only have a small number to give out to those who may not be informed about the policy. If you are not willing to worship with a mask on, we encourage you to plan to worship with us through our live-streamed Online Worship Service from home.
We will provide an update on mask requirements when we get to a point where we feel confident inviting you to worship without masks.
Can I Get More Details on Mask Requirements?
We’re planning to address the topic of masks week by week. For Sunday July 12, we will be requiring masks to be worn for the duration of your time on campus. We invite anyone who is unwilling to worship in a mask to join us for our streamed online service at 10AM. If you meet a medical or age exemption, we would encourage you to worship online for your safety, but we will allow those who meet exemptions to join us at the indoor worship services, if that is their preference.
What can I expect when I come for in person services?
You can expect our campus to be well cleaned and for arrangements to be made to prioritize cleanliness and social distancing.
You can expect to be seated with your family by one of our ushers.
You can expect to bring your own Bible, notebook, pens, tissues, etc. for use during the service. We’ve removed the “shared touch” items from the worship venues, for the time being, in an effort to stop the spread of germs. We invite you to fill out a digital connect card or a digital prayer request, since we won’t have paper copies available to you.
You can expect to get all of your “hot sheet” updates and information digitally, via The CCC Weekly. If you are not currently receiving that email, please email our Communications Director, Laura Burleson.
You can expect to drop your generous offerings in one of the secure offering boxes in the hallway outside of the Worship Center or online, as we won’t be passing an offering plate for a while longer.
You can expect the Commons and coffee bar to remain closed for a season. If you want refreshments, please plan to bring your own (lidded, please!) beverages.
What is available for my children?
The playgrounds and all Children’s Ministry spaces will be closed until further notice. If you need access to the Nursing Mother’s Room, please speak with Clarissa Gonzales at the Children’s welcome desk.
Will Outdoor Worship Gatherings continue?
What do I need to know about wellness policies and decision?
If you are feeling sick or if anyone in your family is presenting symptoms of illness, please worship with us from home to prevent unnecessary expose to others. If you have traveled to an area that has been deemed unsafe due to COVID-19, or if you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, please stay home and worship with us online.
If you worship with us, in-person, and then become ill and test positive for COVID-19, please contact CCC’s Interim Executive Pastor, Wes Harrison, immediately. Your privacy and confidentiality will be maintained as we contact others who worshiped with you, to inform them of their possible exposure.
*Please note that while we are taking as many precautions as we can to honor safety guidelines, you are entering the church building at your own risk.