Here’s an important update from our co-pastors, David Griffin, Paul McDill and Randy Wade, that offers more details about our plan to reopen our campuses (including preschool and children’s ministries) on Sunday, September 13.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Will all c|Life locations be open for Sunday services?
Yes, we plan to reopen all of our locations for services on Sunday, September 13.
What time do services start?
Here's our new service schedule, which starts September 13:
- Forney, Sunnyvale and Kaufman campuses — 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
- Rockwall campus — 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.
- Online campus — 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Will I need to make reservations to attend the service?
Yes, we are asking everyone who plans to attend at our physical campuses to continue making reservations for themselves and their children at clifec.com/reservations. This will allow for a better check in system for kids and will ensure that a responsible number of people will be on campus at any one time.
What if I need to cancel or change my reservations?
No problem! Just send us an email at that includes your name, the c|Life campus where you made your reservations, and what you need us to change, and we’ll take care of the rest.
What if I’m not comfortable coming to a service yet?
That’s OK! Everyone has a different level of comfort and different circumstances, so please do what you feel is best for you and your family, whether that’s attending in person or joining us at our online campus. On Sundays, we stream our online services on our website (clifec.com/live), on Facebook Live (facebook.com/clifec/live) and on our YouTube channel (youtube.com/communitylifechurch). If you are looking for some fellowship while attending online, we encourage you jump into the chat at clifec.com/live or Facebook Live during the service, or you can host a Facebook Live watch party with friends or family!
Is everyone required to wear a mask during services?
At the 8:30 and 10:00 adult services (and the 9:30 service in Rockwall), we’re asking everyone to please wear a face mask, at least until you are seated and socially distanced.
We’re also asking all children of kindergarten age or older to wear masks during the 8:30, 9:30 and 10:00 kids’ services because we do not have the ability to social distance in most of our buildings. Having all the kids wear masks gives them more freedom to move around, allowing them to play games in their Community Groups and have a more normal KidsMin experience.
If you forget to bring a mask, we will have some available.
At the 11:30 services (and the 11:00 service in Rockwall), although masks are always encouraged, they are not required.
Will my temperature be taken as I enter the campus?
We will not be screening adults, but all of the Dream Teamers working in the preschool and children's areas will have their temperatures checked before they serve. Also, we will be taking the temperatures of all children before they enter their rooms.
We are asking everyone to self-screen at home before you leave. If you have a fever of 99.7 degrees or above, a cough or sore throat, shortness of breath, or contact in the past 14 days with anyone confirmed to have COVID–19, please stay home and worship with us online.
How are the facilities being cleaned and prepared for worship services?
- Extensive cleaning and disinfecting procedures will take place regularly at all campuses.
- Hand sanitizer stations will be available at entries and exits, as well as throughout the building.
- Our services and guest interactions will be intentionally touch-free. (So no hugs or handshakes for now.)
What will the service be like?
Everything you’re used to in our weekend services will still be there: dynamic live worship, a great message with personal application, and friendly people who can’t wait to see you!
What safety precautions are you taking in the preschool and children’s areas?
We take the responsibility of caring for your children very seriously. Click the button below to see the steps we’re taking to keep our youngest c|Lifers (and their families) healthy and safe.
Will the policies and procedures be the same at every campus?
For the most part, yes. There may be some minor differences between campuses with things such as traffic flow, but we will communicate any campus-specific information through our dedicated Facebook Groups for each c|Life campus. You can find the Facebook Group for your campus at clifec.com/social.
Can I still give my tithe or offering at the campus?
Yes, offering boxes will be available at each campus. You can also give online at clifec.com/give.