In light of the recent state health guidelines, we have moved our Sunday service outdoors to the parking lot. Having our worship service outdoors means that we can have as many people attend the service as are willing. So invite a friend or two to join us for Sunday worship!
Watch this video from Pastor Kempiz Hernandez and READ this letter from CBC Elders to find out more.
Planning for Sunday
Join us for worship, and bring a face covering and a chair. Restrooms will be available and will be sanitized regularly. There's no need to register ahead of time for our outdoor services, and our ushers will help direct everyone to properly-distanced seating.
Because setting up chairs and EZ-ups will take time, please plan on arriving at church by 8:45am. This will give our ushers enough time to seat everyone safely, without disrupting the worship service which starts at 9am.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where should I park?
The first few sections of the parking lot closest to Main Street will be available for parking, as well as the lot behind Burbank Healthcare.
What happens if I don't have a lawn chair to bring, or if I forget mine?
Additional chairs will be available at church, but we ask that you bring your own to limit the amount of sanitation work for our volunteers.
Will I have to keep my mask on the entire service?
Yes. Attendees will have to keep their masks on during the entire service and at all times while on campus.
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?
Most fellowship groups and small groups are meeting online during this season, but some smaller gatherings will be taking place midweek on campus. You can contact the church office for more details.
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.
What are the exact orders of the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health for churches?
You can read the complete protocol HERE.