The latest update on safety measures and procedures
Weekend services at Community have never been normal. We’re committed to creating a safe environment for you and your family, and we are continuing to monitor community COVID-19 rates and best practices for gathering safely. The building is sanitized prior to each service and all seating in the worship area is sanitized using a fogging device.
Offering and Communion are touch free. No tray are passed.
Here’s how you can help:
If you don't feel well or have health concerns, please stay home and join us at CCCCartersville.Church Online.
Once again, as we are experiencing a surge in the Delta variant in Bartow County, we are requesting masks be worn while moving through the facility and social distancing measures exercised.
Please wash your hands and use hand sanitizer often.
Hand sanitizer and masks are available at the welcome cart. Though masks are not required at this time, please make use of them if you have concerns.
We’re excited to offer our Sunday School again! Through age-specific lessons, activities, and small groups, children ages birth-6th grade learn biblical truths and real-life lessons they can apply to their lives every week.
Know that we’re taking steps to keep our classroom environments safe (and fun) for your family—including sanitizing toys and hard surfaces regularly.
As we work together to keep our families safe, please stay home and participate an online lessons via YouVersion if your child:
Has had a fever in the past 14 days.
Shows any symptoms of COVID-19.
Has been around anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Remember: You can always attend CCCCartersville.Online.Church if you or a family member don't feel well. You’re part of the Community Christian family no matter where you choose to attend!