During the summer of the COVID-19 pandemic, Christ the King is holding its only in-person worship services outside on these days:
9:30 AM Sunday, July 26th
5:30 PM Saturday, August 1st
9:30 AM Sunday, August 9th
9:30 AM Sunday, August 16th
9:30 AM Sunday, August 23rd
9:30 AM Sunday, August 30th
Here are some guidelines for safely worshiping in person.
NEW: A clear acrylic box for offerings will be by the worship leaders. You may instead mail your offering or drop it off at another time.
NEW: If you are worshiping in your car, please put your window down at communion time to be visible to Pastor Matthew.
MASKS ARE REQUIRED. Summit County is now at Level 3 Risk for the spread of COVID-19.
If you feel ill, please worship at home.
Bring your own hand sanitizer.
Bring a plate or tray to receive your package of communion elements.
Dress for the weather. An umbrella keeps off rain OR sun!
Arrive early so that worship can begin on time.
There will be one-way traffic: Enter the parking lot from Tiger Drive, and exit onto Ravenna Road.
You will be directed to a parking space.
All cars are to face the building.
Pastor Matthew & worship leaders will lead worship from under canopies near the church entrance.
Worship in your car or bring a lawn chair for your marked parking space. If you sit in the grass, stay six feet from other worshipers.
Paper bulletins will be available, or use a digital copy on your phone.
No handshakes, hugs, sharing the peace, or children’s sermon.
Please stay at least six feet from other worshipers at all times.
Communion elements are in sealed packages. (Gluten-free wafer packages are backordered until late August.) Pastor Matthew will give one package to each communing worshiper wearing a mask. You will be given a mask if you don’t have one.
If you must go into the building, please wear your mask and stay six feet from others. We don’t want to become a news story.
Restrooms are for emergencies only.
Worship will take place unless there is SEVERE weather forecast.
July 14, 2020
Procedures for the services may change as the staff tests these protocols.