We are committed to providing safe and healthy gatherings, and will continue to lean into the wisdom of community leaders, church leaders, and professionals to help us make the best decision regarding the timings of gathering in person at Cucamonga Christian Fellowship.FAQ'S ABOUT ONSITE GATHERINGS
The Staff and Leaders of CCF have been actively monitoring the situation surrounding COVID-19 concerns, and using the guidelines presented by both State and County officials in determining how to best serve our church family, and local community during this time.LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR COVID-19 RESPONSE
While the months of March – July have seen us not meeting in person at Cucamonga Christian Fellowship, we have always been committed to creating opportunities to connect and experience God in life-changing ways. During the Californian stay-at-home order, and while the risk of illness was deemed high, that was best done in our homes, with friends and family participating online in Weekend Services and virtual Life Groups. We hope you will continue to choose to connect in one or both of these ways, and invite someone to join you!
While we all long to resume large gatherings in our building again, God’s wisdom and love require us to ask questions about how we can serve the majority of our people in the safest way possible, and at this moment we believe the answer to that question is continuing to primarily gather in our homes and online. Even so, the message of Jesus is advancing and through this unique season, for both our church and the Kingdom, God is reaching people that we have never been able to reach before,
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we move forward during these uncertain times. Until we can all meet together in person again, we pray that you will keep engaging firmly, giving generously, and inviting ferociously. We love each and every one of you and miss you dearly.
Pastor Fraser & JoAnne, CCF Staff, and Servants Council
From the Governor of California (April 28, 2020)
- Six Essentials for Reopening
- Expand testing to identify and isolate patients,
- Maintain vigilance to protect seniors and high risk people,
- Ability to meet future surges in hospitals with a “myriad of protective gear,”
- Continue to collaborate with academia on therapies and treatments,
- Redraw regulations to ensure continued physical distancing at private businesses and schools
- Develop new enforcement mechanisms to allow the state to pull back and reinstate stay-at-home order
Four Phase Plan for California
(1) Phase One
Most restrictive with protective equipment. Critical infrastructure and essential businesses* only, stay at home orders in effect, shelter-in-place. Critical planning for reopening the state.
KEY: Development of Six essentials with implementation plans, Gating requirements of White House Phasing plan.
(2) Phase Two
Reopening lower risk workplaces, including some retail, manufacturing, and offices where tele-work is not possible. Restrictive opening of childcare centers. Distancing must be implemented.
KEY: Priority depends on ability to protect workers and consumers, businesses should still plan to be adaptive in delivering their product. May correspond to White House Phase One (Socializing limited to groups of 10; Worship adheres to strict physical distancing protocols).
(3) Phase Three
Focused on personal care businesses like gyms, spas, salons, sports without live audiences, in-person religious services, and businesses where workers come in close contact with customers. Operating modifications for all businesses will be instituted at Phase
KEY: Ability to fulfill all CA Six Essentials, meets White House Gating, and may correspond to White House Phase 2 (Socializing limited to groups of 50; Worship adheres to moderate physical distancing protocols).
(4) Phase Four
Reopening the highest risk parts of the economy, including concerts, convention centers, and sports with live crowds.
KEY: Development of therapeutics, lifting of restrictions but expect clarity on new operating regulations from Federal and State agencies for all businesses.
GUIDELINES FROM THE WHITE HOUSE
A three-phased approach from President Trump, based on the advice of public health experts.CLICK TO VIEW
REOPENING PLAN FROM THE WHITE HOUSE
A helpful grid regarding the reopening phases as plan as proposed by the White House.CLICK TO VIEW
REOPENING GUIDELINES FROM THE CDC
CDC guidelines for a variety of business types to aid with reopening safely.CLICK TO VIEW
ESSENTIAL CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE INFORMATION
Information regarding "Essential Critical Infrastructure" from the Sacramento, State Public Health Officer.CLICK TO VIEW
FREE METHODIST RESOURCE
From the FMCUSA Board of Bishops to Pastors & Leaders regarding planning and re-engagement of church gatherings.CLICK TO VIEW