Church Reopening | Would You Like to Serve?

We care deeply about our congregation and want to make sure everyone can feel safe as we gather.

 

Our in-person 10:30 am Sunday Service kicked off on July 4, 2021! For future services, RSVP will not be required. Children’s Ministry will resume on August 1st. Please read the frequently asked questions below for additional details.

 

Sunday Service FAQs

Zoe Kidz FAQs

 

 

 
Service starts at 10:30 am; Doors open at 10:00 am.

We recommend arriving at 10:00 am to allow time for seating. Arrival after 10:30 am may result in overflow venue seating.

 

The physical and spiritual health of every person is our top priority. These protocols are designed to keep our staff, members, and visitors safe and to help facilitate a safe environment.

 

Everyone must complete an online registration form to confirm the following:

  • You have not been in close contact with a confirmed case of Covid-19.
  • You are not experiencing a cough, shortness of breath, or sore throat.
  • You have not had a fever in the last 48 hours.
  • You have not experienced loss of taste or smell.
  • You have not experienced vomiting or diarrhea in the last 24 hours.
  • You have not tested positive for Covid-19 in the last 14 days.

*** If you are experiencing any of the symptoms listed, please do not come to the ZCF campus. Please stay home and contact your physician immediately.***

 

Upon entry into the church, you agree to abide by the rules listed:

  • Have a normal temperature, which should not exceed 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Wear a face covering (over nose and mouth).
  • To provide a level of comfort for others, be sensitive to their social distance preferences.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Sunday Service FAQs

We recommend arriving at 10:00 am to allow time for seating.

 

Do I have to have the COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test to serve or attend Sunday Service?

The COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test is not a requirement to serve or attend Zoe Service.

 

What precautions are being taken to keep everyone on campus safe?

While we cannot ensure that everyone will follow the guidelines, our team will be working hard to maintain an environment of safety for every person who chooses to attend.

  • Masks are required at all times while on campus and during the entire Sunday Service.

  • A mask will be available for those who do not have one.

  • Social distancing preferences will be available.

  • Seats, restrooms, and spaces will be sanitized before and during Service.

  • Sanitizing stations will be located in various areas.

 

Will there be temperature checks?

No, but self-screening at home 1 hour prior to attending the Service using the CDC Guidelines is encouraged.

 

Who should stay home?

Those who are sick or are considered high-risk. If you or someone in your family is considered “high-risk” for severe illness, we kindly ask that you continue to worship with us online. If any of the following applies to you, please worship with us online:

  • In the last 14 days you have tested positive, been experiencing symptoms, or have a known exposure to COVID-19.

  • If you are in a “high-risk” group, or you care for someone who may be at “high-risk” for severe illness.

 
If I have health complications and cannot keep my mask on for a long period of time, am I exempt from wearing my mask?

Your safety is our main priority. If you cannot keep a mask on, please enjoy our Service at home on our website, Facebook, or YouTube.

 

Will the kids and youth ministries have their own Sunday Services?

We are thrilled to offer children and youth services in August. Until then, enjoy our online children’s service.

 

Can I bring my children with me to Sunday Service?

Yes, kids and youth are welcome to attend the Service with you. There will be a room available for nursing mothers.

 

Will we sing during Sunday Service?

Yes, there will be live worship. Everyone will be required to wear a mask to ensure we all can worship safely.

 

How can I give my tithes and offering?

You may give online at zcf.org/give or text to give at (562) 200-0339. You may also give by using an offering envelope. There will be an offering box to drop your envelope into.

 

Will there be classes or events on campus?

We are excited to host on-site classes and events in the future. In the meantime, we look forward to connecting with you online for mid-week spiritual growth experience.

 

Will the Zoe Bookstore be open?

At this time, the Bookstore will be closed.

 

Will the Zoe Café be open?

At this time, the Café will be closed.

 

Zoe Kidz FAQs

When will the Zoe Kidz Children’s Church be reopened for Sunday Service?

Children’s Church will reopen August 1, 2021, for one Service at 10:30 am

 

Do I need to register my child to attend Sunday Service?

No, you do not need to register to attend Sunday service. However, due to limited classroom seating, arrival after 10:30 am may require your child to attend Service with you in the Sanctuary.

 

The Sanctuary opens at 10:00 am for seating. Zoe Kidz classrooms will also be open at 10:00 am to receive children.

 

Will the virtual service still be available for viewing each Sunday?

Yes, the Sunday virtual service will continue to be available for streaming at 9:00 am each Sunday. The video archives on the Zoe Kidz website will also be available for viewing.

 

What precautions are being taken to maintain a safe and healthy environment for the children?

While we cannot ensure that everyone will follow the guidelines, our team will be working hard to maintain an environment of safety for every child who chooses to attend.

  • Masks are required to be worn at all times while in the classroom for children (age 3 and above) and volunteers.
  • Limited occupancy with 6ft social distancing will be enforced in each classroom.
  • Classrooms and restrooms will be sanitized before and during Service.
  • Sanitizing stations will be located in each classroom.
  • Only children and ministry volunteers will be allowed within the gated ministry area.
  • There will be no sharing of supplies. Children are asked to bring the following supplies with them to be held in the classroom for their personal use each week: pencil, crayons, glue stick, scissors.
Will there be temperature checks?

No, but self-screening at home prior to attending the Service using the CDC Guidelines is encouraged.

 

Who should stay home?

If your child is showing any signs of illness (cough, runny nose, sneezing, stomach, etc.), that child should stay home.

 

Can I drop off my child at their classroom after they check in?

No parents or outside guests will be allowed within the gated ministry area. In order to maintain a healthy and safe environment, only children and ministry volunteers are allowed inside the classrooms. Volunteers will be present to make sure your child gets to their designated classroom safely.

 

Where do I pick up my child after Sunday Service is complete?

Preschool children can be picked up from the classroom doors outside of the gated area. Elementary age children can be picked up from the gate immediately outside the South Worship Center where a volunteer will be present to reunite you with your child(ren).

 

Can I bring my children with me to Sunday Service?

Yes, while we encourage your children to attend children’s church, your child is welcome to attend the Service with you in the Sanctuary. The Nursery will also be available for nursing mothers during the Service

 

 

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