Reopening

 

 

We are excited to announce that we will resume in-person services on October 4th. As followers of Christ, we’re called to gather together. We're meant to be together, to learn, worship, and pray for each other, and to encourage each other.

Let's get back to church. 

 


In person or online Service Times


8:30 am    Service - NO KidsCreek or Overflow
9:45 am    Service - KidsCreek (Nursery - 5th Grade)  &  Overflow Middle-school (6th - 8th Grades) Available
11:00 am Service - KidsCreek (Nursery - 5th Grade) Available,  NO Overflow

 

IN-PERSON GUIDELINES

 

CIBOLOCREEK'S ROLE:

  • Entry, exit and auditorium doors will be open when services are not in session.
  • We will not be handing out programs. Our give boxes will be available at the back of the auditorium.
  • Children and Student Ministries will be available at designated times.  *see times above 
  • Surfaces will be sanitized and cleaned. 
  • Hand sanitizer stations will be available at the entrance and restroom hallway. 
  • We are focusing on a touch-free environment.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITY:

  • Reservations are required for every service.   REGISTER HERE
  • Sanitize your hands at our sanitation station at the entrance. 
  • Keep socially distanced from other attendees; do not gather in groups before or after the service; please wave and say hello from a distance.
  • Confirm that you are healthy with your personal doctor and do not attend if you have symptoms of any illness within the past 14 days. 
  • Family units will be sitting together with at least 2 empty chairs between families.

 

What Kids Creek is doing with you in mind...

  • Enhanced cleaning: high touch areas will be disinfected between each service
  • Kids Creek is hosting teaching and music in small group settings
  • Class size will be limited and students will be distanced while in the classroom
  • No food or drink (except nursery)
  • All volunteers will wear masks
  • Children ages 3 and up will wear masks
  • Kids Creek check in procedure:  1 parent drop off / pick up all children (parent also wears a mask)

 

SHOULD EVERYONE COME BACK?


While we'd love to see each of you in-person, we know there are some limitations that may prevent you from attending. If you find yourself in one of the following categories, please consider continuing to worship online:

  • You are over the age of 65.
  • You are at risk or have a compromised immune system.
  • You are sick or have been around anyone that has been sick.
  • You have small children who find it difficult to stay in a seat through a service.
  • You are more comfortable worshiping at home.

Whether or not you are able to return to physical gatherings at this time, the most important thing is that we stay spiritually and relationally connected as a church family – in person or online!


FAQS

Do I have to register to attend a Service?

Yes, we have adjusted the auditorium seating to align with social distancing requirements.  Please register to make sure you and your family have a seat.   

Registrations will be available each Sunday @ 12:00PM for the following Sunday service. 

What is provided for families with kids at this time?

While we are not offering in-person children/student services during the 8:30am service, we ARE offering them during the 9:45 and 11:00 am services for Nursery through 8th Grades.  *See times above

High School students are encouraged to find a place to serve at the 9:45am service.  (Contact Ashley or Wyatt for serving opportunities.)

High School students are also encouraged to join a pre-service hangout at 10:30am and then attend worship together as a group at the 11:00 am service in the auditorium with a registration. 

We are also scheduling physical and online events for students which can be found on the Overflow page.

OVERFLOW

 

Do I have to wear a mask?


8:30am Service - Masks are required.

9:45am Service - Masks are suggested.  KidsCreek & Overflow will require masks for kids 3 years and older. 

11:00am Service - Masks are suggested.  KidsCreek will require masks for kids 3 years and older.

 

What are the safety precautions for coming to church and why should I follow them, especially if I’m healthy?

  • Wash your hands often/thoroughly.
  • Practice social distancing (6 feet) with people outside of your household (even if you see others who are not doing so!)
  • Stay home if you (or anyone in your household) are showing any symptoms of illness.
  • Walk in grace as you encounter any roadblocks or challenges; we’re all in this together and doing things we’ve never done before.


Could the safety requirements for attendees change?

 

Yes.  As we continue to monitor the situation and consult with outside experts, the requirements could change based on new information.


Online Sunday Services:
8:30am - adult service 
9:45am - adult service 
11:00am - family service 
 
 
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