In accordance with CDC and state guidelines, we’ve created a touch-less experience to make sure all health and safety regulations are in place. We want your experience to be as safe as possible! Please follow recommended distancing guidelines and extra safety procedures that will be in place.
Please register prior to service on https://christianlife.info
- Our Host Team will welcome you as you enter the building
- Inside, we have created a touchless experience with social distancing measures in place.
- Our Host Team will help manage the flow of traffic throughout our venues.
- Every surface area and all common use areas will be cleaned and sanitized between services per CDC and state guidelines.
- Bathrooms will be cleaned and sanitized between services.
- Doors to the auditorium will open 20 minutes before each service to give you easy access from your vehicle to your seat.
- Once in the auditorium, you will be guided to your seat by our Host Team. Your family will sit together and be appropriately spaced from others.
- No offering containers, communion, pens, or paper will be passed. There will be offering buckets available at the auditorium doors following each service.
- At the end of service, you will receive exiting instructions to help manage traffic flow.
- Please register prior to service on https://christianlife.info
- Kids ministry is open at all services and venues at Christian Life. In order to keep your children safe while they are in the classrooms, please keep the following in mind:
- Classrooms will open 10 minutes before service.
- We will check temperatures at check-in. Anyone with a temperature above 100.4 will not be allowed in Kids Ministry.
- Classroom size will be limited based on government guidelines. We will do our best to get everyone in. Once we reach capacity, we will not be able to accept additional children.
- We will clean all classrooms and toys after each service.
- There may be separate Kids Ministry entrances for each venue. Please be aware of signs to direct you to the correct check in location.
- If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us.
CDC guidelines for when a staff member or congregant becomes sick:
- Identify an area to separate anyone who exhibits symptoms of COVID-19 during hours of operation, and ensure that children are not left without adult supervision.
- Establish procedures for safely transporting anyone who becomes sick at the facility to their home or a healthcare facility.
- Notify local health officials if a person diagnosed with COVID-19 has been in the facility and communicate with staff and congregants about potential exposure (within 6 feet for a total of 15 minutes or more) while maintaining confidentiality as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) or other applicable laws and in accordance with religious practices.
- Advise those with exposure to a person diagnosed with COVID-19 to stay home and self-monitor for symptoms, and follow CDC guidance if symptoms develop.
- Close off areas used by the sick person and do not use the area until after cleaning and disinfection. Ensure safe and correct application of disinfectants and keep disinfectant products away from children.
- Advise staff and congregants with symptoms of COVID-19 or who have tested positive for COVID-19 not to return to the facility until they have met CDC’s criteria to discontinue home isolation.