COMING BACK TOGETHER WELL
As we look forward to a new season of normalcy, we want to continue to be considerate of the people around us and their health. We do ask that if you are ill or have symptoms such as fever or cough, please stay home and take advantage of our online worship services. Below you will find policies to help keep you safe as you attend our in-person services.
Hand Washing & Sanitizing
Please wash your hands regularly to help prevent the spread of germs. We have also placed sanitizing stations around the building for you to utilize.
According to LA County, masks are currently recommended at in-person gatherings. Please remember that not all members are vaccinated and attending an in-person service does put you at higher risk of getting sick.
Individual communion cups with wafers will be provided for you to collect upon arrival. We will take communion together during the service, so please make sure you remember to collect and throw away your own packaging in the waste bins provided.
Offering boxes will be available so you can safely offer any financial gifts on campus. Gifts can also be shared through our app, online, or by texting "GIVE" to (831) 228-5204 and following the prompts.
Elders and our prayer team will be available to pray with you during or after our services. Otherwise you can submit prayer requests through the online app, our digital bulletin, or by placing a request card in one of the offering boxes on our way out of the building.
Need to Talk?
Our Senior Pastor, Mike Moran, is available to set up a meeting during the week to talk through challenges you're facing in this season. Simply select a timeslot on his calendar here and he will connect with you.
Our leadership is working to create and train a Hospitality committee dedicated to keeping our building safe. If you have questions, concerns or would like to volunteer to help us set-up or keep our building up to new sanitation codes, please connect with Jason Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!!