LIVE STREAM LINKS
We are grateful for the technology and team that makes it possible for us to live stream Services and encourage you to use that avenue to connect to CCF during this time. Our live stream is available through facebook.com/ccflive and Youtube on Saturdays and Sundays.JOIN US LIVE!
Listen to an important update from Pastor Fraser Venter regarding Weekend Services and the measures we are taking, not out of fear, but of compassion and love to not only protect those with immunity vulnerability but to help avoid accidental spreading of the COVID-19 virus.WATCH THE UPDATE
Past sermon videos are uploaded to youtube.com/ccfliverancho early each week, while audio sermons (along with information about events, giving and more) are available through our CCF Church App. Please let us know how you are staying connected during this season so that we can make extra efforts to connect with you!CCF CHURCH APP
A PLACE TO SAFELY CONNECT
At CCF, we want to care for our congregation in all respects, including the physical well-being of our community. To that end, we are asking you, those who call CCF their church family, to take some precautions to keep yourself and others safe, especially in light of recent developments with the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
There is no doubt that the uncertainty of the COVID-19 virus is creating anxiety in our workplaces, schools, and day-to-day activities. Yet we remain confident of God’s constant presence and careful attention to all that is happening.
In Psalm 46, we are reminded that it is God who is our refuge and strength, and our ever-present help in trouble. We are always praying for you, but during this time we hope that you will join us in praying for health in our community, nation, and world. Let us not fear, but with confidence use this opportunity to be the hands and feet of Jesus through our prayers and our care for others.
WHAT WE ARE DOING
You can be certain that we are committed to taking the necessary precautions at CCF to keep our community safe, while still connected.
- Prayer! Join us in praying for the health and safety of our community, nation and world. And for those on the front lines of the health crisis.
- Physical Contact (such as hugs and handshakes) during this time are replaced with elbow bumps, or simply smiles and words of welcome.
- Hospitality items in all areas have been pre-packaged for your safety.
- Sanitizing Practices have been increased for surfaces and toys at CCF.
- A Safe Zone has been designated in Room A100 during Services, for those with compromised immune systems due to age or medical treatments.
- Additional Hygiene Products, such as tissues, sanitizer gel and wipes are available throughout the building.
While our weekend services will only be held online through the month of March, our staff will be present through out the week, and during weekend streaming times to answer questions, connect you to resources, and most importantly, pray for you and encourage you during this time.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
We ask that you be mindful of the guidance from the California Department of Health and the CDC, including:>>> Stay home from work or social gatherings when you are sick or are beginning to experience flu-like symptoms.>>> Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 30 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.>>>If you have recently returned from travel to infected areas, we urge you to refrain from attending Life groups, CCF Classes, or hosting a live-stream in your home until a 14-day time-frame has been followed.
FOOD BANK PRECAUTIONS
Per guidelines issued by the California Department of Public Health, our Compassion Center is still fully open and operational.We are ensuring that social distancing of six feet per person is maintained. We are limiting the number of customers at any given time, particularly by using a drive-through method of distribution. We have increased cleaning and sanitizing practices. Our team members are following best hygiene practices including washing their hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.CCFLIVE.ORG/SHARE
WHAT IS THE CORONAVIRUS?
COVID-19 is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person, mainly through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes.COVID-19 FACT SHEET
BEST PRACTICES WHEN SICK
Illness can spread quickly when lots of people are close together for a long time. By practicing healthy habits, you can protect your health and the health of others.WHAT YOU CAN DO
LATEST UPDATES ABOUT COVID-19
Reported community spread of COVID-19 in parts of the United States raises the level of concern about the immediate threat for COVID-19 for those communities.STAY INFORMED
INFORMATION FOR CHURCHES
The CDC encourages churches to be prepared for the possibility of illness outbreaks in their local communities. CCF is committed to being a safe place to connect.LEARN MORE
A GREAT REMINDER TO BE PREPARED
CCF is committed to being a church facility that is prepared, but also to resourcing our members so that they can be prepared too. When Americans prepare and practice for an emergency in advance, it makes a real difference in the ability to cope with disaster, take immediate and informed action, and speed of recovery.
WE CAN HELP WITH THAT!
Operation Ready is a ministry of CCF, designed to equip Cucamonga Christian Fellowship to show God’s love by serving the community in times of disaster through: protecting lives and property by effectively preparing for, responding to, and recovering from emergencies.
If you are suffering from illness, or being affected in any way by the current health crisis, please don’t hesitate to let us know so that we can be praying for you, and caring for you in the ways that we can. Connect with a staff member or contact us through ccflive.org/share.