Updated October 31, 2020 at 8:00pm
At Connection Point Church we take the health and well-being of our congregation, staff, and community very seriously. Our staff team is monitoring local and nationwide coronavirus (COVID-19) updates closely. In addition to our regular efforts to maintain a healthy environment at Connection Point, we have implemented additional measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. You will find those measures and other important information detailed below.
Worship online from home if you:
- have a temperature greater than 100.4
- have any COVID-19 symptoms
- have tested positive
- are awaiting test results
- have been exposed to someone with symptoms or someone who has tested positive or is awaiting test results
NEW Guidelines & Measures
Our church has seen firsthand how devastating COVID-19 can be, and we want to do all that we can to prevent further harm. This is why beginning Sunday, November 1, we will have updated guidelines and measures the church family and staff will be required to follow each time we gather for worship, LifeGroups, and all ministry activities. Please read this information carefully so we can move forward in ministry as loving neighbors without worrying about being the source of spreading COVID-19. We don't want to have another staff outbreak or experience an even wider outbreak among the church family. Each member following these updated guidelines is our best chance to keep our doors open for worship, ministry, and life change. If you have any questions, please contact a member of our Lead Team or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MANDATORY CHURCH-WIDE GUIDELINES
- Everyone in attendance is required to wear a mask for the duration of their time on campus. This includes but is not limited to the worship service, LifeGroups, lobby areas, and gatherings in the parking lot.
- Staff and volunteers will lovingly remind those without a face covering to wear a mask.
- If someone asks you to wear a mask and you are medically exempt, please lovingly communicate that to them.
- Those engaged in social interactions should observe appropriate social distancing and avoid physical contact.
WORSHIP CENTER – Limited Capacity & Distanced Seating
- Lee’s Summit Campus
- We are limiting capacity to 150 people (50% of capacity)
- Chairs are set up in socially distant sections
- A staff member will assist families and individuals with finding appropriately distanced seating
- Raytown Campus
- We are limiting capacity to 825 people (less than 50% capacity)
- We have closed off the recently opened seats, meaning alternating pews/rows have been completely blocked off
- 3 seats (equaling 6 feet) in the middle of each open row have been blocked off to separate attendees from different households
- Members and attendees are required to sit in an open seat and refrain from sitting in blocked off areas
- Health screening questions are posted prominently at all exterior entrances for self-screening for all members and attendees.
- All children and volunteers working with children have symptom and temperature checks prior to entering the children’s area.
- All musicians and speakers will receive a health screening form via text message every Sunday morning. The form must be completed before they arrive. Any individual with a fever or Covid symptoms will be instructed to remain at home.
- All staff receive a health screening form via text message every morning. The form must be completed before they arrive at work. Any individual with a fever or Covid symptoms will be instructed to remain at home.
In response to the recent Jackson County Health Order put into effect on Friday, October 9, we have made our Gathering Protocol available in print at the Connect Center and in each lobby area. You may also access the Gathering Protocol and Worship Center seating map for each campus here: