Reopening Lake Community Church Worship Services
We are excited that LCC worship services are now open! We have put in place some guidelines that we are asking everyone to follow. Please take the time to click on the button below and read the guidelines. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you again!
Worship Service Information
Starting Sunday, July 12th - Sunday Service Update
9:00 am service - Worship Center MASK RECOMMENDED service
9:00 am service - Video Venue (located in the Youth Room) MASK REQUIRED service for the ENTIRE service
10:30 am service - Worship Center MASK RECOMMENDED service
10:30 am service - Online services - LCC Website and Facebook Live
Regardless of which service you attend, please use the hand sanitizers as you enter and exit, keep greetings contact-free, maintain social distancing recommendations, and gather outdoors instead of in the lobby or Worship Center.
Health & Safety
The health and safety of all those who worship at Lake Community Church is extremely important to us. We want to keep you informed as we are making decisions and cancellations. The COVID-19 situation is dynamic and could change at a moments notice. Please be patient and gracious as we do our best to communicate information during this time. Updates will be posted to this page.
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It is important for you to know that the updates are not detailed information regarding the COVID-19 situation. It is just meant to be a brief reporting on new information that pertains to Lake Community Church. If you need more details on this subject I would suggest you go to a news website or click on one of the links in the sidebar. Thank you.
UPDATE - posted 5/27/2020
Governor Tim Walz said Wednesday that the next phase of the Stay Safe MN order, beginning June 1, represents a “cautious, strategic turn of the dial. ”That new stage will include restaurants opening outdoor seating with limited capacity and social distancing in place, and salons opening with limited capacity.
"We're taking very seriously what the next step of that is," the governor said in response to questions about indoor seating for restaurants. "It was never meant to make people whole, it was one step in the direction."
He would not give a timeline for the next steps in the Stay Safe order for Minnesota.
UPDATE - posted 5/22/2020
President Trump on Friday announced that new Centers for Disease Control guidance will classify houses of worship as “essential,” as he called on governors to allow them to open “right now” after being closed during the coronavirus lockdowns.
Trump announced the policy for churches, synagogues and mosques, during a short briefing at the White House.
"The governors need to do the right thing and allow these very important essential places of faith to open right now--for this weekend," Trump said. "If they don't do it, I will override the governors."
Attorney General William Barr already warned last month that coronavirus restrictions by state and local government should be applied evenly and not single out religious organizations.
UPDATE - posted 5/5/2020
Governor Tim Walz extends the "stay-at-home" order until May 18th.
UPDATE - posted 4/1/2020
Here are some more helpful links on COVID-19. Remember to practice social distancing.
UPDATE - posted 3/25/2020
Governor Tim Walz issued an executive order today asking Minnesotans to stay in their homes unless absolutely necessary. The "stay-at-home" order begins at midnight Friday, March 27th and goes through April, 10th.
People are still allowed to go places such as the grocery store, gas station and the doctor, and residents will be allowed to get outside for exercise, walk their dog or go on a hike with appropriate social distancing.
After two weeks, the governor said he hopes to scale back to more moderate social distancing measures for all Minnesotans for another three weeks. The more drastic measures would only be enforced for people at greatest risk of COVID-19 complications — mostly people who are elderly or have other health problems.
These are just a few notes that have been taken from articles. Please do your own research to get a full picture of what this situation entails.
UPDATE - posted 3/22/2020
All Sunday morning services, groups, ministries, and events have been suspended through March 30th. We are having Sunday morning services online at 10:30 am on Facebook live. @LakeCommunityChurchAlex
COVID-19 UPDATE - posted 3/14/2020
Out of a desire to keep others safe and on the recommendations of our local, state, and federal government, we are moving our Sunday services online for the next 2 weeks. We are also postponing all other gatherings and meetings. Our motivation is the safety of those who may attend services and to join our community in the effort to keep the spread of COVID-19 under control.
COVID-19 INFORMATION - posted 3/13/2020
As a staff we are aware of the COVID-19 coronavirus situation. Please click on the button below and read the PDF regarding LCC's effort to take precautionary measures. Thank you for your cooperation.
What does the CDC say about COVID-19?
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What does the MN Department of Health say?
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What does the MN Government have to say?
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