W O R S H I P
(in-person and online)
B A P T I S M
In 1 John 5:11 it says “And this is the testimony: God has given us eternal life, and this life is in his Son.”
We are so excited to announce that we will be offering Baptisms on Easter Sunday at 5:11 PM. Baptism is an important step of obedience in our faith journey. It shows that we have personally trusted Jesus for our salvation, and just as Jesus was raised to life, we do this to follow His example.
If you would like to get baptized on Easter Sunday, text Baptism to 334-605-9057. We are ready and waiting for you.
H O L Y W E E K
March 28 from 4-6:30 pm
Attention all CovKids Families, We hope you can join us for our CovKids Easter Celebration! This is a free outdoor event that will include many activities such as an Easter egg hunt, a Craft station, pony rides, a petting zoo, and so much more! We hope you and your family can join us for this awesome time of fellowship.
Sunday through Tuesday @ 2:00 PM , Wednesday @ 6:00 PM. (Online only)
Join us daily online beginning Palm Sunday for a time of story and reflection as Hays takes us through Holy Week.
April 1 at 6 pm (online only)
You’re invited to join us online for this Passover Seder meal as we remember God’s redemptive liberation of Israel from slavery. Powerful symbols are used to celebrate deliverance and freedom of God’s people.
6:00 pm Passion Service (in-person or online)
CLC Gym / Contemporary service reflecting on the cross through worship.
7:00 pm “Two Crosses” Traditional Service (in-person or online)
Sanctuary / Traditional service remembering the sacrifice Jesus made through a traditional and powerful way.
EASTER GATHERING SAFETY PROTOCOLS
We know you are just as excited as we are to join together to worship on campus. That’s why we want to let you know of some changes we have made to make sure your visit is a safe one. You can still expect a spectacular worship service, a practical hope filled message, opportunities to serve with Compassion, and support through our many small groups.
We will implement measures to ensure safe physical distancing of 6 feet between people as possible
•We will limit the number of persons in a space
•We will promote the distancing between attendees that are from different households when seated in a gathering area
•We will prop doors open during peak periods where people are entering and exiting the building.
We will promote the use of face coverings for persons 2 years and older (unless exempt due to a medical condition, disability, or other safety concern)
•We will provide a face mask to anyone who arrives without one
Disinfecting: we will continue to practice proper cleaning and disinfecting protocols:
•We will promote frequent hand washing in restrooms and food service areas, and we will provide hand sanitizing stations on campus for attendee use
•We will perform a thorough cleaning of high traffic areas, and will frequently disinfect commonly used surfaces.
•Staff and workers will wear disposable gloves when handling food items.
•We will train our staff and volunteers regarding these elements
•When food or beverage service is provided, we will directly serve guests, and workers will wear disposable gloves and face coverings
•We will encourage all people to self-screen themselves for Covid-19 at home, including temperature and/or symptom checks following CDC guidelines
•We will encourage workers and attendees who are sick or exhibiting symptoms of Covid-19, or who have family members who are ill, to stay home
•Hand sanitizer stations at all key entry points of the campus as well as the restrooms and Kids area.