cpc covid-19 info

This page will provide updates, plans, and protocols in response to the COVID-19 crisis.  Any plans and protocols will be in conjunction with state, and federal governing body recommendations along with the guidance of the Session of CPC. Please refer to this page for your information. Other sources of information are: email blasts, bulletins, CPC Life Newsletter, and our Facebook page.  Note:  There are inherent risks associated with any social interaction during COVID-19.  So be aware of your personal health risks before you consider attending any CPC service or event.  Information is subject to change based on governing body updates.

07/7/21 - Update:

Our COVID Protocol following the end of the mask mandate:  Philippians 2:3-5 summarizes the heart of our practice: "In humility value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of the others. In your relationships with one another, have the same mindset as Christ Jesus..."

With the mask mandate lifted, we will no longer require masks to be worn in the church, including during the Worship Service.  Anyone unvaccinated and anyone who feels more comfortable wearing a mask is welcome to do so - as we have previously stated, no one will be questioned about vaccination status.

  1. If you have a fever, or if you feel sick, please stay home and watch our live stream.

  2. If you are troubled with incessant coughing/sneezing during the service, step out into the Narthex.

  3. After the service, gather outside rather than inside.

We are looking forward to re-introducing more singing and fellowship together as the summer goes on!  Psalm 145:7-9  "We celebrate the Lord's abundant goodness and sing joyfully The Lord is good to all."

The following documents & descriptions:

  • Building Entry - CPC's current policy for entrance into our building

  • For entry requests contact - Dave Micksch at dave@cpclombard.org

  • Entry Postings on doors

  • ERMP - Enhanced Risk Management Plan

  • Outdoor Protocol


Group Protocol