OUR COVID 19 PLAN
Helping Our Members & Visitors Stay Safe
SUNDAYS AT 10:45 AM IN-PERSON AND ONLINE
Although, we can’t wait to see each of our wonderful CMBC family members and visitors in person.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
CMBC IS TAKING PRECAUTIONS
In order for us to practice our safe social distancing, CMBC has sectioned off our seating. You will find plenty of open space available when you attend. If you need specific seating arrangements, one of our amazing Deacon’s will be more than willing to assist you and your family to ensure you are seated together and as close as safely possible.
In accordance with our Governor’s mask guidelines, we are asking that you wear a mask if possible. However, if you have any health issues that may prohibit you from safely wearing one, then we do not require you to do so. Don’t worry if you forgot to bring one, we have plenty available for you when you enter into any of our buildings. If you are still not comfortable with attending in-person, then please feel free to join us in any of our online service live streams.
Your children are our most precious group of people. Each facility or room that your children may participate in during our Sunday Worship Service, has been thoroughly sanitized by the utilization of a fogger, as well as cleaning all surfaces that your child may come into contact with. We do ask that if you have elementary aged children, that they please wear a mask and follow our safe social distancing guidelines, much as they would g their school day. However, if your child has any symptoms listed below, we ask they you please keep them home and enjoy our life streaming worship from the comfort of your home.
We are conducting additional cleaning and sanitation processes before and after each service that is held on our campus to ensure that safety and welfare of each individual that chooses to worship with us on location. This is in accordance with both CDC directives as well as those established by our Governor’s mandates relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We encourage all of our “high-risk” (elderly or individuals who may have high-risk health issues) to worship with CMBC online.
We are asking that if you have had any of the symptoms below this week, please do not attend our in-person worship services.
- A fever of 100
- Cough or Sore Throat
- Shortness of Breath
- Contact with anyone tested and confirmed to have COVID-19 during the past 14 days.