Worship Update

Worship Update

Brothers and Sisters,

After much prayer and discussion, the officers of Christ Fellowship (elders and deacons) have decided to resume public worship on May 31, with several precautions:

• For now, we will offer one public worship service at 10:30am in English only. A Spanish service will continue to be offered online only at 11:30am.
• Individuals who are sick or at high risk of infection should continue worshiping at home via the live stream.
• Chairs and rows will be placed throughout the sanctuary in accordance with social distancing rules.
• Masks are strongly encouraged. The officers will be wearing masks. If you need a mask, we will have some available.
• We will not be doing congregational singing yet.
• No coffee will be served.
• No nursery will be provided. The nursery/children’s areas will be available as cry rooms for parents and their children.
• We encourage attendees to use the restroom before arriving at the church facility.
• Sanitizing stations will be available throughout the facility.
• We will not pass offering baskets but will have a stationary offering location.
• Attendees are strongly encouraged to maintain social distancing rules.

If you are uncomfortable with these precautions (whether you think they are too stringent or not stringent enough) or if you feel your household is simply not ready to participate yet, the officers of the church stress that no one should feel guilt or shame in continuing to stream services from your homes.

The officers will meet again in mid-June to discuss any adjustments that need to be made to this plan. We are excited to gather again, but it is important to recognize that ministry and fellowship will not be the same at Christ Fellowship for some time. May we all exercise patience and grace with one another in the meantime.

A helpful link: Church, Don’t Let Coronavirus Divide You

One in Christ,

CFC Elders and Deacons

3 Comments

  1. Donna Morris

    Thank you for the encouraging Word. Praise God and praying for everyone to stay healthy and holy.

  2. ESTHER PILGRIM

    I agree – we will be grateful for so many blessings we probably all took for granted, even not meaning to. Thank you both – and your fabulous families- for all you do for us!

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