Let Us Know You Will Be Joining Us!
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An exciting season ahead
We are gearing up for what should be some remarkably fun and enthusiastic next several months. Weekend services and KidsWorld are now back at all pre-Covid weekend service times. And here is a look at what’s coming up as we continue to regather:
April 17 & 18
-Tents installed at campuses--including two new outdoor seating areas at the St. Charles Campus.
May 1 & 2
-Cup O’ Joy & Resource begin reopening. Food/drink consumption is outside only.
-Masks can be removed while seated during the sermon at designated services (see below). Except for during the sermon at these services, masks will still be required indoors, including in KidsWorld.
- St. Charles: Sundays 11am
- DeKalb: Sundays 11:10am
- Aurora: TBA
- Streamwood: Coming Soon
- Huntley: Coming Soon
June 5 & 6
-Outdoor viewing area opens for the 11am service at the St. Charles Campus.
-Saturday Night Summer Fun begins! Join us at the St. Charles Campus on Saturday nights for a fun element and food trucks after the 5pm service each week.
WE'LL DO THIS TOGETHER
We're starting new serving teams to help with regathering at our five campuses. Whether you’ve been at Christ Community for years, or you are brand new to the church, let’s all pitch in to make it happen. By joining a serving team you’ll meet great people, have fun, and engage in meaningful work.
Why do I have to make a reservation to come to church?
Reservations are necessary for two reasons. First, to ensure reduced and reasonably safe capacity levels. Second, in the case of a verified report of a positive Covid-19 case in someone who has attended, we will communicate with everyone in attendance during that service time.
Are you really checking reservations?
The closer registration numbers get to our capacity limits, the more closely we will check for reservations at the doors. Therefore, you may notice that how closely we check may vary from week to week. You should always come prepared to show your reservations.
How are the church buildings being cleaned?
Our building services team went through Infectious Disease Control Certification. All church spaces are disinfected between uses, including the auditoriums after each service.
Is there a recommended arrival time for services?
Yes. KidsWorld will receive children beginning at 20 minutes prior to the service time and we ask that everyone be seated in the auditorium 5-10 minutes prior to the start of service.
Is there singing?
Yes! We have prioritized singing in worship together and separated seating in all worship spaces to safely accommodate this.
Do I have to wear a mask?
Yes. We require masks indoors (even during service) and social distancing at all times. Please see our Participation Agreement for guidelines we will be enforcing. These guidelines are posted and are in place to help keep everyone safe and healthy.
Starting in May, masks can be removed while seated during the sermon at designated services.
What does seating in services look like?
The auditoriums are limited to a maximum of 25% of capacity. In addition, in order to accommodate singing, seating is spread out and we ask that only those living in the same household sit together.
Beginning in June, the St. Charles Campus will provide an outdoor viewing area for the 11am service.
Is KidsWorld Available?
Yes. KidsWorld capacities have been determined by both space size and volunteer team availability. When registering your children, if capacities have been reached you will be notified by the system that capacities are full and no more children can be registered for that service. For more information about what KidsWorld looks like now, click here.
Can I make a reservation once to come every week?
No. Reservations will be necessary each week (registering for multiple weekends at one time will not be an option). Registration for weekend services/KidsWorld will open on the Monday prior to each weekend on the website and in the CCCLife mobile app.
What do I do if I attend a service and later find out I’ve tested positive for Covid-19?
Please notify the church. We will not share your name, but will make everyone in attendance at that particular service aware that a positive Covid test has been reported by someone who was in attendance. Email: