Updated May 14, 2020 at 3:50pm
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 nation-wide coronavirus (COVID-19) updates closely. In addition to our regular efforts to maintain a healthy environment at Connection Point, we have implemented the following measures. We will update this page with new information as it arises.
UPDATE: On-Campus Worship, Summer Activities, and The ROC
For details about on-campus worship, summer camps, and the ROC Fitness Center, watch the video below. Specific details will be added soon!
Many of you have asked to see the full results of our survey about your feelings toward gathering on campus again. We think it's important for you to know how others in our church family are feeling about the weeks ahead. Download survey results.
As you will see, we heard from people in all age groups, from all campuses, and with many different viewpoints. Our Lead Team is using this information to create a re-opening strategy that will best serve the majority of our large multi-generational church family. Watch for more information on that strategy in the days ahead.
During this season we are unable to meet on-campus at either of our locations, but we are looking forward to gathering with you online this Sunday! Find out everything you need to know about gathering with us online.
Church Buildings Closed
At this time our Raytown and Lee's Summit buildings are closed. ALL on-campus activities have been postponed, moved online, or moved to a different location. We are making this decisions on a week-by-week basis and will update this page as information from local and national authorities becomes available.
Connect With Our Staff
Our staff team is returning to the office on Monday, May 18; however, our building is still closed to members and the public. You can connect with our staff via email. Visit our Staff page for a list of email addresses. You may also email email@example.com and we will make sure your email gets to the right person. If you don't have email, call the church office at 816-353-1994 and leave a voicemail. Our staff will check these messages regularly. If you are sick or need to request prayer, please see the navy blue bar below regarding Prayer List & Hospital Visits. If you are mailing your tithe/offering or other items to the church, please be aware that while the building is closed, the Post Office will hold our mail and a member of our staff finance team will collect it from the Post Office on weekdays. See below for more information about giving.
Your Connection Point staff team loves you and is praying for you daily!
Serving Our Community
In times of health and in times of illness, we are in the city for the city. See how we are able to meet the physical needs of our community on the Hope Network website. We continue to be in close communication with the Raytown School District to see how our church family can bless families in need in our community. They have been overwhelmed with requests to help, so at this time we are simply on standby. We will update you as we learn ways to meet the physical needs of our community.
What can I do to serve? The best thing you can do right now is make phone calls, send emails, or schedule a FaceTime or Skype session. Stay connected with your friends and family and reach out to someone who might be feeling alone during this time. This is an excellent opportunity to provide support and encouragement to those in your circle of influence and beyond. We're praying for you as you make these connections!
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