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Hey CJCLife Family!

We pray you are well. When the Covid-19 pandemic began, we had no idea how long it would last. It has now been eight weeks since we stopped having corporate gatherings. In many ways, I have seen God’s grace through the trial. We have reached lots of people that we would have never reached through social media and digital platforms. We have connected with leaders through technology. We have stretched our mentality about how church should and can be done. We have ministered to communities in ways that we never have before. Through it all, God has added to our war chest many things that will never be lost. We will never be the same!
That said, many are asking what church life will look like on the other side of this crisis. When will we gather again, what precautions will we take, will it feel normal? Trust us, every leader in the Christian world is asking the same questions, and the answers seem to change day by day, and week by week. We are developing both long-term strategies and short-term strategies, depending on the way that our world responds to the effects of this virus.

Several things I know:

  • Not everyone will feel comfortable coming to church, and that’s okay.
  • We will still have a “church at home” service available as we have through this entire pandemic.
  • We will revise our services to accommodate the people who do feel comfortable coming to church.
  • We will have a system of reservation whereby you can let the church know how many people will be in your party, and services will be added based upon the demand. 
  • We will take EVERY precaution with sanitation.
  • We will do our best to follow social distancing protocols.
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.

Social Distancing

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

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.

Hand Sanitizing Station

Hand sanitizing station is going to be located at all the entrance to our building. Please remember to wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitizer between washings to eliminate germs.

Kids Church

We miss our kids terribly, but for the safety of our little ones, our volunteers and our church family, we will wait to open our kidz church.


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.

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.