As the largest portion of people who experience our services are doing so online, we feel the need to make that online experience the best it can be. Leadership of both staff and elders have agreed that beginning Sunday, July 19, we’ll be moving the recording of our service back inside. As we do that, we recognize the desire of some to be present. Following safe protocols, we will allow an amount of people to come, be socially distanced, and protect the safety of others. We also are comfortable facilitating limited CCC Kids’ Ministry for newborn through 5-year-olds, providing those parents with a worship experience of their own. If you desire to come and be present at our 8:30 am service, you will need to sign up and follow the protocols below. Keep in mind we have limited space, so please sign up only if you know you can be present. Sign-ups are needed for both children and parents. Protocols For Being Present at Our Sunday Morning Services
If you fit in any of the groups the CDC has given extra warning to, please take extra cautions and consider watching online.
Each family/person needs to register. Click the buttons above.
In following the spirit of the Sumter ordinance, we are asking you to wear masks. Again, this is for the protection of people around you. Please bring them with you. Masks will be provided if you forget.
Greeters and Hosts will open doors for you at outside doors and entrances into our Sanctuary.
Our coffee bar will remain closed during this time.
Seating rows will be spaced out. Leave 3 empty chairs in between yourself and people outside your family.
Door handles and our children’s rooms will be sanitized before all services.
As always, check this page regularly for updates and news.
UPDATE AS OF 12:00PM 7/3/20 As the City of Sumter has passed a mask ordinance in effect Friday, July 3, we also feel the continued need to serve each other well during our gathering times on Sunday mornings. As we are currently meeting outdoors, masks are not legally required, but we certainly encourage the wearing of masks while in close proximity to those around you who are not in your family. We have plenty of space to spread out in The Grove, but we also know that we all miss those closer face to face interactions. As such, bringing a mask with you for those times would be appreciated.