Lake Community Church Updates
COVID Response Update - Updated 11/25/2020
As we are monitoring the rapidly changing impact of COVID cases in our community, the Pastoral Leadership Team (PLT) has decided that the best course of action for us to take is to temporarily suspend all in-person services, events, and groups through November 30th.
Our desire is to be proactive in caring for our church family and our local community. The best way we can be part of the solution is to press pause on our in-person gatherings. At this time, all in-person services, ministries, events, classes, small groups, etc., are suspended.
The staff, ministry leaders, or small group leaders will communicate with you more details about the areas that impact you in the next couple of days. We are encouraging groups to continue via Zoom and we will continue streaming our services online via Facebook and from our website.
We understand that meeting via screens and technology is not ideal, and we feel the weight of this decision as we know how important it is to connect in-person. If there is anything we can do to help you at this time, please contact us, we want to help walk through this with you.
The PLT will continue to monitor the situation and will give another update as we near the end of the month regarding decisions to resume in-person gatherings or to extend the current decision. To help keep us connected, here are a few links that may be helpful for you.
Please join us in praying for our community, teachers, medical workers, and the many families impacted during this time.
Worship Service Information - Updated 10/30/2020
Masks are required for all services, events, and groups.
How can you help?
1. Wear your masks! There is a lot of hype and arguments related to this mandate, but the essence of this is the call to Love your neighbor and do your part to help prevent the potential spread of Covid.
2. Sanitize Frequently. We have numerous touchless sanitizer stands and pump dispensers throughout the building.
3. Maintain Distancing. This is challenging and unnatural for us as we gather to be together, but giving space in our conversations and groups is important and helpful.
4. Participate Wisely and Respectfully. If you have any of the Covid related symptoms, please be respectful of others and the potential risks and choose to stay home rather than bringing that to public and group gatherings. Also, people are testing positive while being asymptomatic so if you know that you have been directly exposed to someone who has Covid, recommendations are to self-quarantine until you are sure that you are not infected or contagious.
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 moment's 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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What does the CDC say about COVID-19?
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