DUE to the Governor’s Orders, as of July 13, in-person services are postponed indefinitely.

Online Services


9:45am & 11:15am

live.lifepointe.org

 


 

What you can expect each week at the church building

The LifePointe leadership have been praying and preparing for weeks, monitoring guidelines, assessing our building, and planning for our current and future needs! We are committed to following the guidelines set by the CDC and local government recommendations for health and safety.

We prepared some options for you to worship and keep you safe. Before we resume in-person services, our building will have undergone a thorough risk assessment and cleaning. To make this possible, our Sunday services will be designed to create an environment that allows for physical distancing. We encourage you to make the best choice for your family and situation as you consider attending a physical location or continuing to worship online at: live.lifepointe.org

Each area below will be assessed and evaluated weekly and adjustments/tweaks will be made as necessary. We will communicate through email, social media, and this web page what you can expect each week.

Social Distancing Implementation

  • Minimizing close contact among guests
  • Significantly reduced capacity and adjusted services times to limit close contact
  • Family-style seating (no kids’ classes provided or student gatherings at this time) — but feel free to bring activities for your children to help keep them occupied
  • We ask that you wear a mask, per current California guidelines. If you don’t have one, we’ll provide one for you!

Health Self-Assessment

To keep you and all our staff, volunteers, and attendees safe, we are following local and State health department guidelines and requiring that everyone is assessed for COVID-19 symptoms and risk factors before entering our building.

Health Self-Assessment Questions

Please answer “Yes” or “No” to the following 5 questions:

  1. Have you/any member of your household had any signs or symptoms of a fever in the past 24 hours such as chills, sweats, felt “feverish”, or had a temperature that is elevated for you/100.0F or greater?
  2. Have you/any member of your household had any close contact in the last 14 days with someone with a diagnosis of COVID-19?
  3. Have you/anyone in your household traveled internationally or outside of the state in the last 14 days?
  4. Have you/anyone in your household visited or received treatment in a hospital, nursing home, long-term care, or other health care facility in the past 30 days?
  5. Are you/anyone in your household a health care provider or emergency responder that may potentially have a high level of exposure to COVID-19?

IF YOU/YOUR HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS ANSWER “YES” TO #1 or #2 below we are unable to have you in our church building at this time. Please monitor your health and join our online services at live.lifepointe.org. We hope to see you back at church soon.

IF YOU/YOUR HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS ANSWER “YES” #3, #4 or #5 below please evaluate the environments you’ve been exposed to, and reconsider if you should attend service in the building. 

Sanitizing, Cleaning and Disinfecting Protocols

  • Our services will be a touchless experience, and all high-volume areas will be thoroughly sanitized between services.
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) where needed & appropriate for staff, volunteers, and guests
  • Hand-sanitizing stations placed throughout the building
  • No water fountains will be open or usable
  • Our coffee bar will not be reopened — but you are welcome to bring your own beverages into service with you.
  • No offering bags will be passed. A drop box will be available in the back of the auditorium for those who wish to give.
  • All seat-back materials, papers, and pens will be removed

COVID19 Action/Response Contact

LifePointe designated COVID-19 contact person for questions and information sharing:
Rick McGill
r.mcgill@lifepointe.org
(916) 512-3921

If we become aware of someone in a service who becomes ill and tests positive for COVID-19, we’ll follow these procedures:

  • We will ask the person to seek medical care for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.
  • We will contact local health officials.
  • If determined by public health officials that contact tracing is needed, we will assist in communicating with those who need to be contacted.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The CDC is the leading national public-health organization in the U.S. and has up-to-date info on COVID-19 (coronavirus).

California Department for Public Health (CDPH)
The CDPH is the state department responsible for public health in California.

Sacramento County Public Health
The Department of Health Services has the latest updates on COVID-19 guidelines for our county

World Health Organization (WHO)
WHO is the United Nations’ agency for global public health.

Taking Care of Your Mental Health
Uncertainty and confusion can have a harmful effect on your mental health. This article from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention gives you five ways to take care of your mental health in the face of uncertainty.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

COVID19 – What You Can Do High Risk

COVID19 Symptoms

Stop The Spread of Germs

Sick With 2019 nCoV Fact Sheet

CARING FOR YOURSELF & OTHERS:

How to protect yourself

How to care for someone who is sick

What to do if you are sick