We’re Moving to Bridge Phase Sunday May 16th!

Worship Registration Update: Illinois is entering Bridge Phase on Friday May 14th!  For worship this Sunday, May 16th, this means reservations are no longer required!! Masks, social distancing, and a simple sign-in will still be required. More details coming soon! 

To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, we have re-configured our worship space, socially distanced from others, so that you can attend safely. We have also implemented cleaning precautions for your safety.

If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or are in a high risk category for COVID-19 we ask that you wait to attend worship until you are symptom free and have not been in contact with a someone who has tested positive. If you have a health condition that makes wearing a mask difficult we request that you not worship with us in person at this time. You are encouraged to continue worshipping online. Fccmoline.org/fcclive

Guidelines for Worship

When you arrive at church… Be aware that things will look and feel very different.

  • Please maintain 6 feet social distancing while entering and exiting the building and throughout the entirety of the service.
  • Face coverings are required for everyone, including children over the age of 2 years old.
  • Face covering MUST be worn at ALL times.
  • Due to lack of staffing, Nursery is closed until further notice. However, the Hearthside Nursing room is open. We look forward to your family joining us in worship!!!
  • Transportation via the church bus is not available at this time.
  • Balcony will remain closed due to safety concerns.
  • Thank you and we look forward to seeing you this weekend!

Despite our safety measures, there is a possibility that you could be exposed to COVID-19 by attending a service. By signing in on Sundays, you acknowledge this situation and assume the risk of potential exposure. 

How to Reserve your Seat

Reservations are no longer required in Bridge Phase!

What to expect when entering the building.

When you arrive at church, please park in the West Lot and enter through the Main Sanctuary doors. If you need elevator access, please park in the North Lot and enter through the North Door, the one with an awning.

Once inside proceed into the sanctuary and find an open pew!

What will worship look like?

When you arrive at church… Be aware that things will look and feel very different.

  • Please maintain 6 feet social distancing while entering and exiting the building and throughout the entirety of the service.
  • Face coverings are required for everyone, including children over the age of 2 years old.
  • Face covering MUST be worn at ALL times.
  • Due to lack of staffing, Nursery is closed until further notice. However, the Hearthside Nursing room is open. We look forward to your family joining us in worship!!!
  • Transportation via the church bus is not available at this time.
  • Balcony will remain closed due to safety concerns.
What about my children?
  • Children are encouraged to attend worship with their families.
  • Due to lack of staffing, Nursery is closed until further notice. However, the Hearthside Nursing room is open (located in the church office, ask one of our hosts for assistance!)
  • We look forward to your family joining us in worship!!!
When can I make my worship reservations?

Reservations are no longer required as we enter Bridge Phase on May 14th!

When will the doors open?

Doors will open 30 minutes before service.

You will enter through the Main Sanctuary Doors. Elevator access is available at the North Door. Each entrance will be equipped with hand sanitizer and masks.

Am I really required to wear a mask?

Yes! Face coverings are required for everyone, including children over the age of 2 years old. Face covering MUST be worn at ALL times.

How will the offering and communion take place?

Alternative instructions for passing the offering plate & communion will be provided during worship. You can also give online at fccmoline.org/give

What about those at-risk or those experiencing COVID-19 symptoms?

We hope people who are sick, at risk or in vulnerable categories will worship with us from the safety of their homes on FCCLive. Our team is committed to creating engaging experiences for those joining online.

What safety precautions has FCC implemented?

Your health and safety are of paramount importance to us. We have taken as many precautions as possible to provide a safe environment. At each entrance you will find hand sanitizer and masks. The sanctuary is disinfected before and after each service. Restroom facilities are also disinfected.

To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, we have re-configured our worship space, socially distanced from others, so that you can attend safely. We have also implemented cleaning precautions for your safety.

What if I, or someone at service tests posivite for COVID-19?

Contract Tracing Information: If a COVID-19 case is confirmed for any person in attendance, in person worship will be cancelled to ensure the proper cleaning and appropriate testing can take place.

If you or a member of your household test positive for COVID-19 contact the church office (309-762-0787). If exposure occurs during worship, you will be notified by the office for contact tracing purposes.

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