Calvary’s Covid Circuit-Breakers

View video covering the Leadership Boards's criteria for making changes to Calvary's large group gatherings as they are potentially impacted by the new developments.

Calvary moving to Online 10:30am Live Stream ONLY church worship service beginning this Sunday

Calvary’s Church Worship Service is moving to an online live stream only format due to the surge in the rate of Covid infections in our community. The service will be live streamed Sundays at 10:30am beginning this Sunday, Nov 22nd and can be accessed at that time and afterward at Worship Online. We are currently not offering an in-person Sunday worship option.
For more information regarding this decision, please watch Kyle and Dan W.’s video update on Calvary’s Covid-19 circuit breakers, specifically Circuit Breaker #3 approximately 10 minutes into the video.

For more information about our Covid-19 response.

5 thoughts on “Calvary’s Covid Circuit-Breakers”

  1. We want to commend the leadership board and pastoral staff in developing a reasonable and measured approach to deal with this season on Covid.

  2. As the decision to remain open for worship makes the 15th open to onsite worship relying RPS guidelines for a hard date, it’s already public that Olmsted Cty is exceeding cases per 100,000. Although we have done a good job of providing safe and alternative environments, I would error on the side recognizing the circuit breaker has tripped significantly.and maybe the initiative to move up the date 3 days should be considered.

  3. Your presentation today shows answers to prayer for wisdom in decision making for our leadership.
    It was also very well-articulated. Thanks to all involved in the hours of time behind the scenes leading up to these conclusions and their presentation.

  4. Dorothy A. Lund Nelson

    Viewing this “Circuit-Breakers” video gave complete informative and well thought out progression for our church by the CEFC Board. It is amazing how the church leaders are guiding all of us in these challenging days. Thank you, Board Members, for your time, deep Faith, and continuing care of the total congregation. Also, a big Thank You to Pastor Dan who certainly has been given much more than expected for the interim pastor responsibilities as first expected!

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