COVID-19  Updates

We now offer in-person worship at 8:30am and 10:30am each Sunday morning. You may also join our times of corporate worship online as we live stream at these same times.
  1. Nursery (newborn – age 2) and Discovery (age 3 – grade 1) are now offered for both worship hours. Reservations are required.
  2. Sunday School, youth and adult Bible classes will not be offered for the rest of the summer.
  3. Masks are not required.
  4. To create a safe environment, we have limited seating in our worship center and in room 201 with greater space between households.
  5. You must reserve your seat for worship and for children’s ministries by using this link. When you reserve your seat, you will be asked to indicate how many will attend from your household so we can SAVE YOUR SEAT(s) for you. Choose either the 8:30am or 10:30am worship service, in either the worship center or room 201.
  6. As you arrive, please use the main doors into the lobby. Plan to go directly to the worship center or room 201. A host/hostess will help you find the seat reserved for you.
  7. At the conclusion of our worship time, you will be dismissed by rows. We encourage you to take time to share with others in the parking lot. Please do not remain in the worship center or gather in the lobby or hallways.
  8. We will take the following steps to ensure that our building is safe for you:
  • Every chair will be sanitized prior to and between each worship service.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the building.
  • No Bibles or pens will be available. Please bring your own. We will continue to use the E-bulletin.
  • No offering will be received.
  • Nursery and Discovery classrooms will only be used once during the morning.
  • We encourage you to maintain social distancing as you enter and exit the building.

     9.  If you are sick or at risk, please worship with us online. This includes contact with anyone confirmed to have COVID-           19 (in the past 14 days).

You may continue to give to support the ministries of our church by giving online (it’s really simple) or by mailing your gift to the church office (9001 Q Street, Omaha, NE 68127).

We are confident that whatever we face the Lord will give us the strength to make the most of these days. I’m sure we’ll find both challenges and blessings in the disruption of our normal schedules. The psalmist wrote: “How blessed is he whose help is the God of Jacob, whose hope is in the Lord his God.” May our hearts and minds be focused on the sufficiency of our God and on His goodness and grace toward us.

The Elders of Community Bible Church