RE-OPENING of CCCV:
Per the Governor’s recent announcement on the re-opening of churches and adhering to CDC guidelines:
We are excited to announce that we will continue having in-person services:
Sundays at 8:30am and 10:45am | Main Sanctuary
ASL Interpretation available at 8:30am for Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Spanish Service at 10:45am | Chapel
Wednesdays at 7pm | Chapel
ASL Interpretation available
RESERVED SECTION – FACE MASK ONLY
We will continue to provide a seating area designated for individuals who wish to wear a mask and prefer to sit through service in a space where other worshippers are also wearing masks for both Sunday and Wednesday church services.
The designated areas inside the Sanctuary and Chapel are on the north side of the buildings towards the back, and there will be ushers and signs directing you to these areas.
You’re welcome to sit anywhere in the Sanctuary and Chapel, but if you are more comfortable sitting around others who are also wearing masks, we are providing this option for you!
This pandemic has proven to be ever-changing, so we need to remain flexible. We will continue to update you through our Church Website, Facebook, and Instagram.
- Families may sit together. Outdoor patios will also be available with chairs.
- Offering buckets will not be circulated during service. Additional Agape (offering) boxes will be available in the foyers and located throughout campus for your convenience. Giving Kiosks are located in the foyers and on-line giving is another option.
- At the conclusion of services, the side doors located to each side of the stage area will be available, as exits, for those sitting in the first section of pews. Persons in the middle section pews may exit through the side or rear doors. Persons in the rows in the back of the sanctuary may exit through the rear doors.
- For now, Bibles will not be available in the Sanctuary pews and paper Bulletins will not be distributed.
Please be mindful that some may not be comfortable with handshaking, embracing, or touching anyone outside of their personal household. Hand sanitizer dispensers have been made available in all foyers and throughout our campus. We will continue to disinfect meeting areas, classrooms, doorknobs, and counter surfaces for everyone’s protection.
If you have a fever or flu-like symptoms, please stay home and seek medical attention.
- For older adults (65 and above) and people of all ages with certain underlying medical conditions (not limited to heart conditions, lung disease, severe obesity, diabetes, kidney and liver disease), ill or not feeling well, we ask that you remain at home and view the services on-line.
- Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or use the inside of your elbow.
- Wearing of face masks is optional. If you are more comfortable wearing a mask, please bring one with you for your personal use.
- Please do not attend service if you have been in contact with anyone confirmed to have COVID-19 in the past 14 days.