Options for Sunday Worship
(UPDATED September 22, 2020)
What you need to know about our modified worship gathering:
- Online registration is required. Seating is limited to 350 for each service.
- This is family worship. There are no children's’ activities or on-campus DC's. A children's bulletin will be available.
- Masks will be required while inside the building. Please bring your own mask; if you forget yours, we will have disposable masks available. NOTE: Children 5 years and younger will not be required to wear a mask.
- We will physically distance in the Worship Center. We have blocked off rows and at least 3 chairs must be left between family units.
- We will sing as part of worship (masks are required).
- The parking lot will serve as our "Gathering Space" for fellowship in this season.
- For your peace of mind, know that an antimicrobial product that has been applied to heavy touch/high traffic areas that prevents germs from living on surfaces for up to 6 months. Hand sanitizer will be available. HVAC adjustments have been made which include upgraded filters and increased outside fresh air flow in accordance with ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-conditioning Engineers) as recommended by our HVAC contractor.
How do you plan to “gather” with us for worship this Sunday - September 20, 2020?
Registration links will go live on this page Tuesdays at noon.
UPDATE (June 14, 2020): Online worship continues - join us online Sundays at 9:30am. Discussions are underway as to when and how we will return to in-person worship in the days ahead.
UPDATE (May 22, 2020): As North Carolina moves into Safer at Home - Phase 2 you might be asking when will Carmel return to on-campus worship and gatherings? As shared May 15 (see below), based on counsel from medical professionals, feedback in our church-wide survey, and being aware of the protocols we would need to follow (like masks, being physically distanced, limiting capacity, etc.) we will continue online worship in Phase 2. While also in Phase 2, we will encourage our small groups and Discipleship Communities to meet indoors and/or outdoors per state guidelines. Whether safely gathering for Sunday morning worship in someone's home or backyard, or simply gathering for a time of fellowship, we hope our groups will explore in-person options that are safe and adhere to state guidelines. If you are not in a small group and wish to get connected to one, let us know here. To view Pastor Alex's May 23 Pastor Chat about regathering, click here.
Ministry leaders share what to expect in the weeks ahead! Call 704-847-8575 or click here to connect with our team and ask questions.
CARE & COUNSELING MINISTRY