A COLLEGE HILLS COVID INPUT FORM

Dear College Hills Family,

We are excited to announce that we plan to resume on-campus worship gatherings on Sunday, June 7. During this time we will only have worship gatherings (no nursery, children, student, or adult classes) and are currently developing plans that follow the Governor’s recommendations for churches. These recommendations include social distancing, wearing face masks, methods for cleaning our facility, and limiting the sizes of our gatherings. As we finalize these plans, we need your feedback in order to help us to best prepare for June 7. We are planning to offer identical Sunday morning gatherings in the Worship Center at 8:00 am, 10:00 am, and possibly a 5:00 pm service. Please indicate your most likely choice for June 7 by completing and submitting the College Hills Input Form below.

Due to the Governor’s recommendations we STRONGLY encourage the following groups to continue worshipping online or through our radio program rather than at the building during this time: all vulnerable populations (everyone 65 years and older, people with disabilities, people with serious respiratory or cardiovascular conditions, and people who are immunocompromised), people who have been sick, or possibly exposed to COVID-19 in recent weeks. Please know we ask this out of love for all of our members and a desire for everyone to help do their part to help us all get back together as soon as possible.

Thank you,

The College Hills Ministry Team

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Due to concerns over the global spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Tennessee Governor Bill Lee has declared a state of emergency. Our state government has recommended and warned vulnerable populations to stay home and avoid large gatherings. This recommendation is a strategy to keep people well.  What our civic leaders want and are asking organizations to do is to help keep the spread to a minimum.  It is our desire to promote a safe and healthy environment at College Hills and to be wise and thoughtful with regard to how we handle our response.   

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