Christian Assembly Church Weston, Mo       

  Called to be Salt and Light and Ministers of Reconcilliation 

Sunday Service Reopening 



Although we are now able to meet, our gatherings will look and feel a little different than before the health crisis.

All mass gatherings within Platte County have been asked to abide by certain safety requirements. Please read the following requirements as you consider whether you should venture out to worship in-person.


According to the

COVID-19 Response, Reopening, and Recovery Plan And Mask Mandate  for Platte County


July 16th, 2020

Platte County has mandated that all residents wear face masks  in public spaces.  As a congregation, we have followed all of the county’s orders. So this new order will not be anything new to most of us.  In the church building, we will be required to wear a face mask only when in a situation where we are unable to maintain a six foot  distance.  So, as long as everybody is observing the approved seating, you will not need to wear your mask during the service.  However, you should have a mask available before and after the service so that you can safely fellowship with your brothers and sisters.  Since the stage area is more than 6 feet from the first pew, the music ministers and myself will not be wearing masks.  However, I will wear a mask while playing guitar since I am within six feet of the pianist.  As always, I will wear my mask before and after service so I can personally minister to and visit with anyone who so desires.
 
So there you have the broad-strokes. For more details, click HERE .
 
I look forward to worshiping with each of you this week.  We will continue to stream our morning service each week for our shut-ins as well as those who are not comfortable meeting in public throughout the pandemic.
 
May the LORD bless you and keep you; make His face shine upon you, And be gracious to you; The LORD lift up His countenance upon you, And give you peace."'
 
 
Pastor Tommy

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June 16, 2020


1. All seniors and health compromised people are encouraged to stay at home and continue to join the service online.


2. According to the size of our building, we are limited to no more than 50 people.

* Overflow seating will be available for viewing the service on a monitor in the new fellowship hall.


3. Maintain at least 6 feet of physical distance between each other.

* Segments of each pew will be marked with blue tape.

* The blue tape indicates where you can sit.

* Segments without tape are “No Seating Zones”


4. No Handshakes or Hugs.


5. Bathrooms are available.

* Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and supplement with sanitizer after bathroom use.


6. Cover coughs and sneezes (into the sleeve or elbow, not hands)


7. Face coverings are required (See Above).

* Since the virus is spread by droplets of saliva, it is strongly suggested that face covering be used while singing.


8. We are required to clean and sanitize all high-touch surfaces.

* Since the virus is spread by contact with and handling of person to person objects, we will not be using songbooks of passing out bulletins

* There will be an offering container provided for each person to leave their offerings.

* Unfortunately, we will not be conducting the Communion Service.


Each one of us are excited to visit with one another. However, since our exit areas are so small, rather than standing in the walways or doorways, please take your conversations outside.


These requirements and guidelines are scheduled to remain in effect until July 1 unless extended or amended by order of the Platte County Health Department.


I realize that not everybody will feel free to join large groups yet. There are many reasons why this time may not be right for you. Seek the Lord for His direction in this matter. If you join us we will be so glad to worship, study God’s word and pray with you in person, otherwise, know that we are with you in spirit and look forward to the time we can all be together safely.


Grace and Peace,

Pastor Tommy