Many church programs have moved virtual or are gathering in differing capacities. No matter what the program, when we gather all must wear masks and maintain social distancing.
We invite you to subscribe to our weekly electronic blast to stay informed about our current events and protocols. By subscribing you will also receive the weekly bulletin for worship.
Worship continues to be live-streamed for those who prefer to worship from the safety of more distance. You can join Live-streamed Worship via this link or search for the Community Church of Mountain Lakes YouTube channel. We are glad that whether gathered or scattered we are together in worship!
In an effort to keep everyone healthy when worshipping inside, we will continue to social distance, wear masks and keep the windows and doors open. You might think about this when you dress for worship. It may be a little chilly as the weather gets cooler so think about dressing in layers.
Access to the sanctuary will be via the front Sanctuary doors and the ramp door. Both will be propped open to help you avoid touching unnecessary surfaces.
Please look for a seating section that is the appropriate size for your party. Please leave the larger seating areas for those who come with a larger party. Please just one family or quarantine group per seating area and please sit only in the designated seating areas.
If you would like to follow along with a bulletin, please print one and bring it with you or just view the bulletin on your handheld device. You can also just come and join in worship without a bulletin since the guidelines do not allow worship to be as participatory as usual.
We remind everyone that if you have any symptoms (e.g. fever or chills, dry cough, shortness of breath, new loss of taste or smell, fatigue, body aches, nausea or vomiting, headache or diarrhea), have reason to believe you have been exposed to Covid-19 or have been requested to quarantine for any other reason, such as travel to a state on the travel advisory, you should not come to Worship or other church activities. Out of love and respect for everyone else, please stay home. We all want to stay healthy.