COVID-19 Precautions

It is our goal in this season to continue gathering with both faith and wisdom. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have worked hard to follow local and national recommendations so that we are doing our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19, while still allowing for a safe in-person worship experience. As we continue to monitor the increase in COVID-19 cases in our community, we ask that you would partner with us to provide the safest environment possible.

Safety Precautions

Here’s what we’re doing and how you can continue to partner with us:

  • Personal Protective Equipment (Masks):
    All volunteers and staff members will wear a mask. For your convenience, we will have masks available at each entry point to our buildings and ask that you would consider wearing one in attendance.
  • Social Distancing:
    To minimize close contact with other attendees, we will continue to keep our chairs in the auditorium appropriately spaced. We ask that you help by keeping one seat open between you and other guests that are outside of your household.
  • Sanitization:
    After service, spaces utilized/occupied are disinfected. During service, we are continuously disinfecting common touch points, (door handles, restrooms, counter tops, etc.) with microfiber rags and disinfectant to sanitize our facilities.
  • Self-Check Health Assessment

    To keep you and all our staff, volunteers, and attendees safe, we are following local guidelines and asking everyone to self-check for COVID-19 symptoms and risk factors before entering our locations.

    1. Have you or any member of your household had any COVID-19 symptoms (cough, fever, chills, muscle pain, shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, sore throat, new loss of taste of smell) in the past 24 hours or had a temperature that is elevated for you, 100.4 F or greater?
    2. Have you or 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 or any member of your household traveled internationally or outside of the state in the last 14 days?
    4. Have you or 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 or anyone in your household a health care provider or emergency responder that may potentially have a high level of exposure to COVID-19?

    Next Steps

    If you answer yes to #1 or #2, we are unable to have you on campus at this time. Please monitor your health and we hope to see you back on campus soon.

    If you answer yes to #3, #4 or #5 please evaluate the environments you’ve been exposed to and if there’s any reason to reconsider being in a large community gathering, email the church location you plan to attend.

    Questions

    If you have any questions or need additional information, please take a minute to email your COTM location.

    Email them with the links below.

    Tulsa
    Broken Arrow
    Midtown
    Glenpool

    Frequently Asked Questions

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    How can I continue giving if I am unable to attend worship gatherings?
    What are COTM's regular sanitization steps?
    What are some trusted sources?
    What are your recommendations for Small Groups and In-Home Gatherings?
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