Dear Guests and Church Family,
We pray that everyone is staying healthy and safe as our nation continues to deal with COVID-19. As a church, we are actively supporting community safety measures from our state and federal government and doing everything possible to help slow the spread. For us, that has included discontinuing in-person services and going online.
Though this unprecedented health crisis has caused many hardships and challenges, we have seen an outpouring of Christian love, compassion, and hope as churches all across America and the world support their communities. And we’ve seen thousands of people across the globe ministered to online through Pastor’s “Call to Prayer” and services. At Community Family Church, caring for and supporting one another (family) is one of our core values.
It is with great excitement we announce our in-person services will be opening starting Wednesday, May 20 at 7pm followed by Sunday, May 24 at all four services: 9am, 10:45am, 12:30pm and 6pm. We wanted to share some important information as we move forward with these in-person meetings. We want to place the health, safety and well-being of our guests and church family as our guiding principle. With that in mind, we have established guidelines to better address some of the new uncertainties many feel right now. We are taking the following steps to put our families first and can’t wait to see you! We will continue to stream our Sunday 10:45am and 6pm services for those who feel more comfortable staying home. Pastor's "Call to Prayer" and Wednesday evening services will continue online through the first week of June.
Health and Safety
After re-opening, we will continue our sanitation measures such as frequent cleaning (in between services) with hospital-grade disinfectants, increased availability of hand-sanitizers, and the regular encouragement of hand washing.
The sanctuary will open 15 minutes prior to each service on Sundays. This will give us adequate time to clean before and in between services. There will also be a marked one-way entry to the sanctuary and a marked one-way exit out of the sanctuary.
We will have friendly volunteers to assist you and your family to their seats.
Commitment to Community and Missions
CFC strongly believes in supporting our local communities and mission works across the globe. During this health crisis, CFC has supported personal family needs within our church body, our ministry partner United Ministries (community food bank), local university benevolence fund for students, and sent financial support for mission projects in American Indian communities, Mexico and Israel and many other geographic areas as a part of our regular support. Thank you for your loving support!