Stage 4 Reopen FAQ
1. Where can I access information about the current plan to reopen the church?
The current plan has been communicated via email to those who are subscribed to receive emails from the church. You can also access this information here.
2. When does the church plan to reopen for worship services?
We are currently in Stage Four of our re-open process due to the updated restrictions, which does allow for limited on-campus meetings at this time. We will be open for worship services on Sunday mornings at 9:00 am & 10:30 am.
3. I'd like to receive communications/ notifications about updates and changes from the church. How do I do this?
In order to receive those communications, you need to be subscribed to receive emails from the church, which you can do here. You can also download the church app by texting "NEWCCAPP" to 77977.
4. When will children's classes resume?
We will have all four classes open for our families. Please take note of which classroom to take your child to:
Nursery (0-2): Continue to drop off at the entrance to the nursery
Pre-K: Classroom A
Kindergarten & First Grade: Classroom B
Second & Third Grade: Classroom C
Fourth & Fifth Grade: Classroom D
On behalf of all the teachers, we are eager to have the children back in their regular classrooms as we teach and disciple them in God's Word.
We ask that you follow the general wellness policy as follows:
Please keep your child out of the nursery or Sunday School if they have any of these symptoms: fever, rash, vomiting, persistent cough, sore throat, or communicable diseases (i.e. chicken pox).
Should your child become ill suddenly while at NCC, we will isolate him or her, contact the medical team, and you immediately.
Masks will not be required to be worn by the workers, and we would ask that you bring your own if you desire to wear one.
When dropping off your child, please have any necessary items that they may need contained in one bag. Please only bring the necessities such as a diaper, pacifier, sippy cup, etc. No blankets or personal toys will be allowed in at this time.
Should you have any questions, please reach out to the church office or Diane.
5. Will the live-stream broadcasts continue?
Yes! We are very excited to have this new technology and be able to offer this service for those who are not able to attend church in person. Please keep in mind that while this is a wonderful option for those who are physically unable to attend church due to high-risk illness or inaccessibility, these live-stream broadcasts are not an ideal substitute for worshipping and fellowshipping with the body in person longterm.
6. What will worship be like?
The focus will continue to remain on bringing glory to God, making disciples and sharing God's love with our community. We will resume communion using an alternative method that provides individual portions, and boxes for offering will be in the back of the worship center. You may also continue to give online.