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Welcome Back Cornerstone

We Missed You!

Join us on Sunday, May 31 at 8:30am, 11am and 6:30pm!

Welcome back to Cornerstone Church! Words cannot express how much we have missed you and we look forward to seeing your smiling faces once again. It will be an exciting time as we come together for an amazing worship experience and hear the second sermon in Pastor Matt's newest series, It's Time to Rebuild!

Cornerstone Church will adhere to the CDC guidelines set by the Governor’s Office recommendations concerning best practices to reopen houses of worship. Some additional safety precautions we will use:

• When you enter the church, please go directly to your seat.
• Ushers & greeters will wear masks.
• The only areas to be used are the lobby, sanctuary, and restrooms.

The following Phase 1 guidelines will be utilized by Cornerstone Church as we reopen our campuses for worship:

Practice Social Distancing:

We will be seating every other row and will maintain at least 6 feet between family units. Additionally, social distancing of at least 6 feet is to be observed in all common areas.

Hand Sanitizing Stations:

Hand sanitizing stations are located at all entrances to our buildings and throughout our space. Remember to wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitizer between washings to eliminate germs.

Face Masks:

We recommend you wear a face mask to protect yourself and others. Simple cloth face coverings can slow the spread of the virus and help prevent people from unknowingly transmitting it to others.

At-Risk Individuals:

All individuals that fall within the high-risk groups (65+ and with underlying medical conditions, particularly if not well controlled as defined by the CDC) are encouraged to stay at home and worship online.

Children’s Ministry:

We miss our children terribly, but for the safety of our little ones, our volunteers and our church family, we will wait to open our Cornerstone Kids and Early Childhood Ministries.

Avoid Hand to Hand Contact:

No items will be passed among attendees including offering plates, print materials, or other worship items. Additionally, attendees should practice touchless greeting (no handshakes or hugs). Online giving provides a safe, secure way to give.

Sanitation:

Our facility staff will frequently clean and disinfect any regularly touched surfaces such as doorknobs, tables, chairs, restrooms, seats, and any items that come into contact with attendees.

Overflow Seating:

Once the sanctuary is at capacity based on our seating guidelines, we will open other areas like our Life Center, Praise Center and Chapel to accommodate as many of our church family as possible.