CHURCH COVID-19 UPDATE

We are excited to announce that we are beginning a reopening process here at North Glencoe! We have a plan in place to slowly begin reopening over the coming summer months. Beginning Sunday, May 17, we will have two services. The first service will be at 8am, which will be designed to be shorter and more spread out to maintain a safe distance from each other. The 8am service will not be streamed online. The second service will be at 10am and will practice safe social distancing along with being streamed live online here on our website. Masks & sanitizing stations will be available at both services. For the time being, there will be no Celebrate Recovery services or Midweek activities until Step 2 of the reopening process. Please see the graphic below for the full gameplan going forward.


We encourage everyone to join together in prayer for our community during these days ahead. "Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go." Joshua 1:9

protect yourself & your family

find out more about coronavirus

We would like to take an opportunity to do our part and help distribute helpful information for the concerns about the Coronavirus (COVID-19). There are helpful tips & detailed facts provided at the OFFICIAL CDC.GOV WEBSITE that can help protect yourself & loved ones from the virus. Some of those helpful tips include:


1) Clean your hands often.

2) Avoid close contact with those who are sick.

3) Stay home if you are sick, except to get medical care.

4) Cover coughs & sneezes.

5) Wear a facemask if you are sick.

6) Clean & disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily. 


We are closely monitoring all our community emergency management agencies along with credible online resources to help us be ready as a church. We are also taking precautionary measures in all areas of our campus. We encourage everyone to do their part in helping protect those in our community along with yourself until the virus passes. Thank you for your help!