On Sunday, November 1st, we will begin opening our doors at 11:00 AM EST for fellowship. Your safety is our #1 priority and we’ll be ensuring you and your family feel comfortable and safe while attending our Sunday services.
We’re so excited to open up our doors for fellowship and to worship with you in person. You can learn more about all of the safety measures that will be implemented by reviewing our FAQs below.
We realize that not everyone is ready to join us in person yet. No worries at all! You can continue to fellowship with us on our virtual Sunday services online.
Our Wednesday Bible Study sessions will be held virtually 2x’s a month by invite.
“I’m not comfortable returning to church yet. Can I still be a part of the Sunday Facebook Live services?”
Sure you can! We encourage you to continue joining us online on Facebook Live each Sunday until you feel comfortable attending with us in person. Our Sunday Morning Services will continue to be streamed every Sunday on Facebook. They are also recorded on Facebook Live and Youtube just in case you miss a message.
Will MCMJC have limited capacity?
Yes, we are limiting our capacity to ensure social distancing in our sanctuary and the hall area. Social distancing stickers are placed between each row vertically and seats for each row horizontally are seated for 3 people at a time. If the local, state and federal guidelines change we will update our seating limitations accordingly and keep you updated.
Will I need to wear a mask?
We highly recommend both our members and guests to wear masks as they enter our sanctuary as they make their way to their seats. If a mask is not provided, we will supply masks. We will also have 3 different color bands to wear: yellow – you want to be greeted but social distanced, green – you want to be touched and greeted. We will be closely watching local, state, and federal guidelines to ensure all recommended safety precautions are implemented to ensure your safety.
Will MCMJC be screening those who attend in person?
Temperature checks are required for all visitors before entering the sanctuary for safety. It is also required for all our staff, members, and children. We ask everyone to use good judgment: if you are feeling ill or have a family member who is also feeling ill, please stay home and participate in our online services.
How is MCMJC cleaning its facility?
We will conduct regular cleanings before and after fellowships to ensure proper sanitation is done correctly. Additionally, there will be hand sanitizer stations nearby in the lobby and hand soap in the restroom areas.
Will restrooms be open?
Yes, all restrooms will be open and routine cleaning will be done.
What safety precautions and procedures can I expect for my children?
We are taking several precautions to keep your kids and our volunteers healthy and safe:
Children will be beside their parents.
Masks and temperature checks are required for both parents and children.
We are asking that all children (grades 1-5) wear a mask. All other ages will not need to wear masks.
All non-essential items from home (such as toys and blankets) will need to stay in your vehicle.
Are Sunday service times changing?
No, our Sunday Services are in-person are the same at 11:00 AM EST. Our eChurch Sunday Services are at 11:30 AM EST.
I’m new to MCMJC, how do I get connected?
If you haven’t already, we encourage you to fill out a connection card by visiting going here. You can also Like us on Facebook and contact us by sending us a message from there as well. We also use Instagram at instagram.com/markchristianmjc. But primarily, you may send us a message on Facebook.
How can I continue giving?
We will be passing the offering bowl, so members and visitors will stay seated. We also encourage digital giving. You can give online here or our Easy Tithe App.
What is MCMJC doing during this time to help serve the community?
We always have the passion to meet needs of our communities. If you are in need or know someone who is, feel free to reach out to us by calling 239-368-2828 or on our Facebook page. This is our best forms of communication.