Compassion Family, it’s time to regather! There is something different about the Body of Christ when we gather together in-person, and although online services are a good place to start, they are a bad place to get stuck.
As we gather together, we must remember that we are still in the middle of a pandemic, and because of that, services will look different than usual. For specific information, and for frequently asked questions, please see the sections below.
For a list of campus-specific events, and for in-person regathering times, please see our Upcoming Events, and follow your campus-specific Facebook groups by clicking on the links below.
Food and Drinks
Drop-Off and Pick-Up
Snacks and Communion
In this coming season, we have developed a new rhythm of ministry that will support that longevity we long to see in the faith of Students’ lives. Most student gatherings will be held on Sunday nights, leaving a space for students to receive relevant teaching, and a time to share in worship without the distraction of after-school activities, and other mid-week interests.
As we gather together in-person as a church-family, we understand you may have some questions. Below, we have laid out some FAQs in the hopes that all your questions will be answered.
Am I required to wear a mask?
Out of consideration for others, we are asking that everyone please wear a mask.
Is there a limit to how many people are allowed into the building?
At this time, we do not have any capacity limitations set in place, or a reservation system set in place, however, to abide by state regulations, we are implementing seating protocols which will reduce the number of seats available. We are closing off every other row to encourage social distancing, and groups of people will be asked to maintain two open seats between them and other guests.
Will you still be streaming services online?
Yes, services will continue to be streamed online through our ChurchOnline platform, and on YouTube Live.
Will communion be served?
Communion will not be served in trays, but will be available as a pre-packaged option to grab from the tables in the lobby, to then take into the worship center.
Are you doing temperature checks?
At this time, we are not doing temperature checks.
What if I have been exposed to someone positive for COVID-19? Or what if I have symptoms?
Per recommendation of the CDC, we ask that you please self-isolate at home, and worship with us through online services if you have tested positive, have been in direct contact with someone who has COVID-19, or if you believe you are experiencing any related symptoms.
Will my kids have to wear a mask for programming?
Anyone over the age of 5 will be asked to wear a mask out of consideration for others.