COVID-19 Details

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 

Guidelines & Safety Measures

Connection Point family,

Effective Friday, May 14, 2021, Jackson County removed the county-wide mask mandate. Following the lead of our local health officials, Connection Point Church will no longer require masks on campus. This applies to both the Lee’s Summit Campus and the Raytown Campus, including The ROC Fitness Center, Hope Network, Little Learners Preschool, A Time to Dance, and Celebration Academy.

We understand that some will be pleased to leave the mask at home while others may be more comfortable continuing to wear a mask on campus. We encourage you to make the decision that is best for you and your family. And we ask everyone to extend love and respect to those who have made a decision that differs from yours.

We thank you for your trust, patience, and collaboration over the last year as we’ve navigated the pandemic together. As we move into the days ahead, we will continue working together to ensure our church campuses are healthy and safe. But now, we can do so with big smiles for everyone to see 😁

Lead Team

Removed Guidelines

Effective May 14, 2021, the Jackson County Health Order mandating masks expired. In response, we are no longer requiring masks to be worn at Connection Point Church.

In response to the updated Jackson County Health Order (effective April 30, 2021), we are no longer limiting capacity or enforcing social distancing at our Raytown and Lee's Summit locations.

In response to the updated Jackson County Health Order (effective April 8, 2021), we are no longer requiring our staff and volunteers to participate in health screenings.

According to the Jackson County Health Department, churches are exempt from requesting approval to gather in groups larger than 50 as long as attendance is under 50% normal capacity.