UPDATED 4/30/20: This post is revised to say we will have TWO Services each Sunday and not three. With the early response we got, we believe two services will provide ample room for social distancing as we begin. We will add a third service if needed as more people begin to venture out. Attend either service you want to attend!
At Cornerstone, we will resume having in-person Worship Services on Sunday, May 10, 2020! Gov. Mike Parson indicated in a call to Religious Leaders (see Facebook post below) that the Stay-at-home order will be lifted on Monday, May 4, Sunday services can resume on May 10.
We will plan to have two services each Sunday – 8:30am & 10:30am (both the same) – in order to keep crowds small to comply with Social-distancing guidelines that people be 6 ft. away from each other. We will block off every other pew in order to accomplish this. Family units can sit together, but be 6 ft away from other family units. These guidelines are in effect at least until June 1. Please know that if you are in a high-risk group, we totally understand and support you if you decide it best to stay home for a while longer. We are not putting pressure on ANYONE to get out if you are not comfortable doing so.
The 6 ft. Social Distancing guideline means we will NOT be able to have Sunday School, Children’s Church or Nursery care provided until the guidelines are rescinded.
No offering plates will be passed in the services. Offering plates will be on tables with envelopes provided. Hand Sanitizer will also be available and pews will be sanitized between services. We need volunteers to help with the sanitizing between services. Send me a text or call 821-1621 if you are willing to help.
You can attend either of the two services you would like to attend.
Thank you so much for your understanding during this unusual and challenging time! It will be great to see you again in Worship soon!