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We will be opening our doors again on June 7th, but in a way that's new for all of us.

Let us know if you'd like to join us on Sunday. Only one registration per household required each week. Please be sure to sign up before Thursday for the upcoming Sunday.



Loving God and Loving Our Neighbors

Below, review the precautions being put in place to help keep you safe and healthy while attending the service. Please also review the Frequently Asked Questions at the bottom of the page.

Face masks are required for those over two years old.
The entire worship service will still be live-streamed on YouTube.
Registration required to attend; capacity is limited to 100 people.
Attendees will report to the check-in area, and heed indicators for proper spacing.
Sanitizing stations are available throughout the building.
100-w zone
Sundays, only the Worship Center section of the building will be open.
Drinking fountains are closed; bring your own water.
Children must remain with their parents or guardians at all times.
Regularly sanitized bathrooms will be limited to two people at a time.
Offering envelopes are not available; you will need to bring your own.
Bibles and hymnals have been removed from the pews.
All attendees will be escorted to their seats by ushers.


Not Everything is Different

There are a lot of new changes during this season at Calvary Bible Church and across the world. However, here are three things we are keeping a priority:

1. Prayer
We are still praying for each other and taking our requests to God. Let us know how we can be praying for you HERE.

2. Reading
Many of us have more time than we've ever had to spend time in God's Word. You can see where we are in our CBC Daily Bible Reading Plan HERE.

3. Fellowship
We still need to make every effort to stay connected to each other. This does look different, but the necessity is stronger than ever. See ways to stay connected HERE.



Frequently Asked Questions


Will I have to keep my mask on the entire service?
Yes. Attendees will have to keep their masks on during the entire service.

How early can we arrive and sit inside?
Attendees should plan on arriving no earlier than 8:40 am.

If we are late, will we still be permitted to join the service?
Attendees will be able to enter the service until 9:10 am to allow our ushers to join the worship service.

If the service reaches capacity before I enter, will I be turned away?
Attendees will have reserved seating for the worship service, if they have received an email confirmation beforehand for that Sunday's service.

Can we bring guests? Can we bring people from other households with us?
Guests and separate households should register separately, online.

Are we still able to leave or pick up items for the CBC Community Group?
The CBC Community item exchange will not be available during this current season.

Can I bring coffee and snacks into the Worship Center?
Attendees will only be able to bring water bottles into the Worship Center.

Can we talk to other families in the parking lot before and after the service?
Attendees should not socialize in the parking lot, but are encouraged to fellowship online from home.

Will there be extra masks available if I forget mine?
Attendees will need to bring their own masks. Extra masks will not be available.

Will there be any small groups meeting on campus during the week?
All church small groups and fellowship groups are meeting online during this season.

If one person in our household is feeling ill, does that mean everyone needs to stay home?
Yes. If anyone in your household is sick or exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home.

Do those in wheelchairs need to communicate a special seating need ahead of time?
Attendees who require special seating arrangements will be assisted on the day of the worship service.

Can I sit in the foyer or outside, on the patio, to listen to the service?
Attendees will need to be in the Worship Center for the worship service.

What are the exact orders of the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health for churches?
You can read the complete protocol HERE.