In-person Services Resuming (again!) July 26th!

Dear LifePoint Family,
Thank you for being flexible during these very strange days. The possible exposure to COVID-19 among our leadership team has been confirmed to have been negative, and we praise God for that! As a leadership team, we feel we can safely re-reopen our doors for Sunday morning worship service starting this Sunday, July 26th. As always, we will continue to monitor the circumstances and prayerfully care for our church family as we all continue to navigate these uncharted waters.

Please review our Covid-19 policies and precautions below, and feel free to reach out if you should have any questions. Please note, our mask policy has been updated to reflect the current mandate on masks in Ohio.

LifePoint Covid-19 Policies & Precautions, updated July, 2020

*Sunday morning worship will continue to be at 11:00 a.m., both in person and online. We encourage you to join us in whichever way is most comfortable for you and your family.

*All preaching and music will be done from the stage and not the floor to encourage social distancing.

*We request that you wear a mask while at LifePoint, and most especially when you are not able to maintain social distancing from other families (i.e., when entering/leaving the building, walking through the halls, etc.) We understand that there may be exceptions for young children and people who have health issues. Please use your best judgement concerning wearing a mask as the new state mandate requires.

*We ask that you sit at least 6’ from family groups outside of your own.

*Children should remain with their parents/family groups will remain together. Children will be provided with sermon related activity packs each week during service.

*If you are coughing or running a fever, have any other signs or symptoms of illness that are not typical for you (i.e., allergy symptoms), or if you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID patient within the last two weeks, we ask that you stay home.

*Please bring bottled water.

*The coffee table will be available prior to service with a dedicated person (likely Jess or Steph) serving coffee and tea, made per cup as requested.

*Hand sanitizer continues to be available at the building and sanctuary entrances. It is preferred that each person use sanitizer upon entering the building.

*Offering plates will continue to be available at the front and back of the sanctuary to use before or after service. You can also still give online through Givelify.

*Prayer service will continue to be held online via Zoom.

*At this time, we will not be resuming nursery, children’s church, 4.12, 5;19, Giggles, or ManUp. We do hope to resume these ministries soon and are prayerfully considering our options. The nursery is available for use for families with young children. Please use the provided sanitizer when utilizing this space.

COVID-19 Update – IMPORTANT! July 18, 2020

July 18, 2020
Good evening, LifePoint family!
Due to a possible Covid-19 exposure among the leadership team, we will only be offering services online this week.

Rest assured, nobody is symptomatic. This is entirely a precaution we are putting into place for the health and well-being of our church family.

Please join us at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, July 19, 2020 here on Facebook Live while enjoying a cup of coffee, in your pajamas, from the comfort of your couch!

We will keep everyone updated as we learn more information on this matter.

We love you all!!! Stay safe.

Update to our COVID-19 Protocol & Procedures

Dear LifePoint Family,

Once again there have been updates and recommendations from our state government and, in obedience to Christ, we feel it is important to do our part to submit to the governing authorities that God has put into place. In that spirit, we have updated our COVID-19 protocol. Most of the protocol guidelines we have in place have not changed, but we ask that you please read through the update below:

*Sunday morning worship will continue to be at 11:00 a.m., both in person and online. We encourage you to join us in whichever way is most comfortable for you and your family.

*All preaching and music will be done from the stage and not the floor to encourage social distancing.

*We request that you wear a mask anytime you are not in your seat within the sanctuary. (i.e., when entering/leaving the building, walking through the halls, etc.) We understand that there may be exceptions for young children and people who have health issues. Please use your best judgement concerning wearing a mask as the new state mandate requires.

*We ask that you sit at least 6’ from family groups outside of your own.

*Children should remain with their parents/family groups will remain together. Children will be provided with sermon related activity packs each week during service.

*If you are coughing or running a fever, have any other signs or symptoms of illness that are not typical for you (i.e., allergy symptoms), or if you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID patient within the last two weeks, we ask that you stay home.

*Please bring bottled water.

*The coffee table will be available prior to service with a dedicated person (likely Jess or Steph) serving coffee and tea, made per cup as requested.

*Hand sanitizer continues to be available at the building and sanctuary entrances. It is preferred that each person use sanitizer upon entering the building.

*Offering plates will continue to be available at the front and back of the sanctuary to use before or after service. You can also still give online through Givelify.

*Prayer service will continue to be held online via Zoom.

*At this time, we will not be resuming nursery, children’s church, 4.12, 5;19, Giggles, or ManUp. We do hope to resume these ministries soon and are prayerfully considering our options. The nursery is available for use for families with young children. Please use the provided sanitizer when utilizing this space.

We will continue to prayerfully monitor the COVID situation and make adjustments as/when necessary. Please feel free to reach out to either Pastor Jimmy or myself with any questions or concerns. We love each of you and are praying for continued health over the members of our church family and community.
Brad