We are excited to welcome you back
Reservations are required weekly and will open Monday mornings for the upcoming weekend. Remember to include the entire number of people in your family that will be coming. Space is limited so register early.
Services are moving indoors starting in September
9:15 & 11:00 a.m.
9:00 & 11:00 a.m.
At this time we will not be having the :01 services.
CHRIST CHURCH’S SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
-To help ensure the health and safety of our church family, we’re observing social distancing throughout the campuses.
-At each entrance, no contact sanitation stations allow you to clean your hands when you enter and exit.
-Increased cleaning and sanitizing processes take place between services and throughout the morning.
-Doors will be propped open or held open by volunteers with masks to minimize attendees touching surfaces
-Face masks are required for everyone ages 3 and up.
-We ask that you don’t linger in the lobby after the service, but connect with others in our outdoor spaces.
-We will not be passing the offering baskets, bulletins, or communion. We’d encourage you to utilize the Christ Church IL App or website to access digital bulletins, connect card, giving, and more. Giving boxes will be available if you would still prefer to give in that way and when applicable, communion will be available in individual, pre-packaged packets.
-We have removed chairs and closed certain sections to allow for social distancing.
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! We will continue to provide online worship, if this is the best option for you and your family, please utilize this option to stay connected in this season!
While we’d love to see each of you in-person, we know there are some limitations that may prevent you from attending. We ask if you find yourself in one of the populations that the CDC has recommended take extra precautions, that you consider continuing to join us online. Find their list of individuals who should take extra precautions here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, masks are required at this time. We will have disposable masks available if you need one.
We ask that everyone ages 3 and up wear masks.
Those who come without reservations are seated in the sanctuary if space allows or have the opportunity to worship in one of the overflow venues with a livestream broadcast.
Everyone 3 and up will be required to wear masks.
Families will be seated together as Lighthouse and Cove won’t be resuming services just yet. Disposable kids activity bags are available.
Beginning September 6, we will also be offering a family room for kids under 5 years old. Families can go into this room with kids ages 5 and under and sit at a table for the family and watch the online service while the kids have age appropriate toys. Masks are required. If a family has older kids, the older kids will need to go with one parent into the sanctuary. Space is limited. First come, first serve. You will report to the pre-school area.
All who attend are asked to self-assess prior to coming to Christ Church. Those experiencing any of these common COVID-19 symptoms in the 14 days prior should stay home: a fever of more than 100.4 degrees, shortness of breath, muscle aches or a new cough. A full list of other symptoms and a self-checker assessment is available from the CDC.
No food or beverages will be served at this time. All kitchens and cafe areas will be closed.
Personal Safety Precautions
Your well-being is a priority. Let’s all contribute to safe environments, whether we’re at home, school, work or church. Reminders for good respiratory etiquette and hygiene:
- When possible, avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
- Stay home when you are sick.
- Avoid shaking hands, hugging and other unnecessary contact.
- Clean/disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a household cleaning spray or wipe.
- Wash your hands thoroughly and often or use hand sanitizer.
There’s a possibility of contracting COVID-19 in any public place, including Christ Church. While preventative health and safety measures are being taken to reduce the spread of COVID-19 on campus, those who attend do so at their own risk. (See CDC.)