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IN-PERSON AND ONLINE WORSHIP:
Beginning September 13th
In-Person Worship Service: Sunday | 9:00 AM 
Online Livestream Services: Sunday | 9:00 AM and 10:30 AM

We’re excited to once again worship together in-person beginning September 13th. Our staff is preparing a safe, spacious, and superb in-person worship experience. We’re sure you have a lot of questions, so we’ve put together a quick overview of what to expect as you return to in-person worship. These best practices have been prayerfully selected and informed by local, state, and federal government and health service guidelines. We will continue to adjust plans as necessary.


BETTER TOGETHER
While we’re thankful for technology, and plan to continue live-streaming worship as we have for the last few months, we know that nothing will ever fully replace the in-person gathering of the church. It’s not only what we do, but also who we are. We are God’s gathered people for his glory and his purposes. From the assembling of the Israelites at Mt. Sinai, to the meeting of the early church in Jerusalem, we will continue to gather to encourage one another. God created us to gather in worship because we are simply better together. Some people are ready to gather in-person, while others are not yet ready for a large group setting. Both feelings are understandable. Let’s champion unity and be a church body that encourages and values both the online and in-person expressions of worship.

WATCH SERVICES ONLINE, SUNDAYS @ 9:00 AM AND 10:30 AM

WEEKLY CV19 FAMILY RESOURCES


We’re excited to once again worship together in-person beginning September 13th. Our staff is preparing a safe, spacious, and superb in-person worship experience. We’re sure you have a lot of questions, so we’ve put together a quick overview of what to expect as you return to in-person worship. These best practices have been prayerfully selected and informed by local, state, and federal government and health service guidelines. We will continue to adjust plans as necessary.


BETTER TOGETHER
While we’re thankful for technology, and plan to continue live-streaming worship as we have for the last few months, we know that nothing will ever fully replace the in-person gathering of the church. It’s not only what we do, but also who we are. We are God’s gathered people for his glory and his purposes. From the assembling of the Israelites at Mt. Sinai, to the meeting of the early church in Jerusalem, we will continue to gather to encourage one another. God created us to gather in worship because we are simply better together. Some people are ready to gather in-person, while others are not yet ready for a large group setting. Both feelings are understandable. Let’s champion unity and be a church body that encourages and values both the online and in-person expressions of worship.

In-Person and Online Worship:
Beginning September 13th
In-Person Worship Services: Sundays | 9:00 AM
Online Livestream Services: Sundays | 9:00 AM and 10:30 AM

What You Can Do
• Wash / sanitize your hands upon entrance.
• Maintain 6' social distance.
• Wear a face covering. (Required)
• Practice respiratory etiquette.
• Self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms and worship online if you’re not feeling well.
• Worship online if you have been knowingly exposed to COVID-19.
• Worship online if you are immune compromised or over 65 years of age.
• Be mindful that everyone attending in-person worship has a personal comfort level with COVID-19, face coverings, and social distancing. Be respectful and supportive of others’ choices while on campus.



WATCH SERVICES ONLINE, SUNDAYS @ 9:00 AM AND 10:30 AM

WEEKLY CV19 FAMILY RESOURCES


We’re excited to once again worship together in-person beginning September 13th. Our staff is preparing a safe, spacious, and superb in-person worship experience. We’re sure you have a lot of questions, so we’ve put together a quick overview of what to expect as you return to in-person worship. These best practices have been prayerfully selected and informed by local, state, and federal government and health service guidelines. We will continue to adjust plans as necessary.


BETTER TOGETHER
While we’re thankful for technology, and plan to continue live-streaming worship as we have for the last few months, we know that nothing will ever fully replace the in-person gathering of the church. It’s not only what we do, but also who we are. We are God’s gathered people for his glory and his purposes. From the assembling of the Israelites at Mt. Sinai, to the meeting of the early church in Jerusalem, we will continue to gather to encourage one another. God created us to gather in worship because we are simply better together. Some people are ready to gather in-person, while others are not yet ready for a large group setting. Both feelings are understandable. Let’s champion unity and be a church body that encourages and values both the online and in-person expressions of worship.

In-Person and Online Worship:
Beginning September 13th
In-Person Worship Service: Sundays | 9:00 AM
Online Livestream Services: Sundays | 9:00 AM and 10:30 AM

What You Can Do
• Wash / sanitize your hands upon entrance.
• Maintain 6' social distance.
• Wear a face covering. (Required)
• Practice respiratory etiquette.
• Self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms and worship online if you’re not feeling well.
• Worship online if you have been knowingly exposed to COVID-19.
• Worship online if you are immune compromised or over 65 years of age.
• Be mindful that everyone attending in-person worship has a personal comfort level with COVID-19, face coverings, and social distancing. Be respectful and supportive of others’ choices while on campus.



PREPARING FOR IN-PERSON WORSHIP

  • Wash / sanitize your hands.
  • Maintain 6' social distance.
  • Wear a face covering. (Required)
  • Practice respiratory etiquette.
  • Self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms and worship online if you’re not feeling well.
  • Worship online if you have been knowingly exposed to COVID-19.
  • Worship online if you are immune compromised or over 65 years of age.
  • Be mindful that everyone attending in-person worship has a personal comfort level with COVID-19, face coverings, and social distancing, be respectful and supportive of others’ choices while on campus.

  • Allow plenty of time to arrive for service and be seated. This will help mitigate large crowds of people arriving at the same time.
  • Enter through the Main Entrance. The side entrance will be closed.
  • Practice social distancing in the parking lot, through doorways, and in the lobby.
  • Plan to go directly into the Worship Center upon entering the building

  • Look for Host Ministry team members who will guide you through the Worship Center entrances and aisles toward open seating.
  • Hosts will guide you to seats in the Worship Center that are not within one row (front-to-back) or 3 seats (side-to-side) of another family/individual.
  • Seating will be opened one section at a time as needed based on attendance. This will allow us to maximize our seating capacity and minimize our cleaning footprint. We appreciate your flexibility and graciousness regarding sitting in the open section as guided.

  • We will sing together during the worship service. We will require that you wear your mask while singing or participating.
  • Pre-packaged communion juice/wafer cups will be placed on all seats for communion. Please dispose of your cup when exiting.
  • Tithes and offerings in the form of cash and checks can be given after the service. Offering baskets will not be passed in service. We recommend you give online at oakhillchurch.com/give.

  • Look for Host Ministry team members who will guide you through the Worship Center aisles toward the exits.
  • Use the side exit doors of the Worship Center to exit the building and return to your vehicle.
  • Worship Center entrance doors should only be used to use the restrooms following the service.
  • Practice social distancing in the rows, aisles, and doorways as you exit the Worship Center and building.

  • Bibleland – Children's Ministry for 3 months – 4th grade
  • CREW and CREW 56 – Student Ministry for 5th -12th grades
  • College + Young Adults Ministry
  • Onsite Adult Classes and Groups
  • Cry Room
  • Nursing Mother’s Room
  • Water fountains
  • Coffee service

  • Wash / sanitize your hands.
  • Maintain 6' social distance.
  • Wear a face covering. (Required)
  • Practice respiratory etiquette.
  • Self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms and worship online if you’re not feeling well.
  • Worship online if you have been knowingly exposed to COVID-19.
  • Worship online if you are immune compromised or over 65 years of age.
  • Be mindful that everyone attending in-person worship has a personal comfort level with COVID-19, face coverings, and social distancing, be respectful and supportive of others’ choices while on campus.

  • Allow plenty of time to arrive for service and be seated. This will help mitigate large crowds of people arriving at the same time.
  • Enter through the Main Entrance. The side entrance will be closed.
  • Practice social distancing in the parking lot, through doorways, and in the lobby.
  • Plan to go directly into the Worship Center upon entering the building

  • Look for Host Ministry team members who will guide you through the Worship Center entrances and aisles toward open seating.
  • Hosts will guide you to seats in the Worship Center that are not within one row (front-to-back) or 3 seats (side-to-side) of another family/individual.
  • Seating will be opened one section at a time as needed based on attendance. This will allow us to maximize our seating capacity and minimize our cleaning footprint. We appreciate your flexibility and graciousness regarding sitting in the open section as guided.

  • We will sing together during the worship service. We'll require that you wear your mask while singing or participating.
  • Pre-packaged communion juice/wafer cups will be placed on all seats for communion. Please dispose of your cup when exiting.
  • Tithes and offerings in the form of cash and checks can be given after the service. Offering baskets will not be passed in service. We recommend you give online at oakhillchurch.com/give.

  • Look for Host Ministry team members who will guide you through the Worship Center aisles toward the exits.
  • Use the side exit doors of the Worship Center to exit the building and return to your vehicle.
  • Worship Center entrance doors should only be used to use the restrooms following the service.
  • Practice social distancing in the rows, aisles, and doorways as you exit the Worship Center and building.

  • Bibleland – Children's Ministry for 3 months – 4th grade
  • CREW and CREW 56 – Student Ministry for 5th -12th grades
  • College + Young Adults Ministry
  • Onsite Adult Classes and Groups
  • Cry Room
  • Nursing Mother’s Room
  • Water fountains
  • Coffee service

  • Wash / sanitize your hands.
  • Maintain 6' social distance.
  • Wear a face covering. (Required)
  • Practice respiratory etiquette.
  • Self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms and worship online if you’re not feeling well.
  • Worship online if you have been knowingly exposed to COVID-19.
  • Worship online if you are immune compromised or over 65 years of age.
  • Be mindful that everyone attending in-person worship has a personal comfort level with COVID-19, face coverings, and social distancing, be respectful and supportive of others’ choices while on campus.

  • Allow plenty of time to arrive for service and be seated. This will help mitigate large crowds of people arriving at the same time.
  • Enter through the Main Entrance. The side entrance will be closed.
  • Practice social distancing in the parking lot, through doorways, and in the lobby.
  • Plan to go directly into the Worship Center upon entering the building

  • Look for Host Ministry team members who will guide you through the Worship Center entrances and aisles toward open seating.
  • Hosts will guide you to seats in the Worship Center that are not within one row (front-to-back) or 3 seats (side-to-side) of another family/individual.
  • Seating will be opened one section at a time as needed based on attendance. This will allow us to maximize our seating capacity and minimize our cleaning footprint. We appreciate your flexibility and graciousness regarding sitting in the open section as guided.

  • We will sing together during the worship service. We'll require that you wear your mask while singing or participating.
  • Pre-packaged communion juice/wafer cups will be placed on all seats for communion. Please dispose of your cup when exiting.
  • Tithes and offerings in the form of cash and checks can be given after the service. Offering baskets will not be passed in service. We recommend you give online at oakhillchurch.com/give.

  • Look for Host Ministry team members who will guide you through the Worship Center aisles toward the exits.
  • Use the side exit doors of the Worship Center to exit the building and return to your vehicle.
  • Worship Center entrance doors should only be used to use the restrooms following the service.
  • Practice social distancing in the rows, aisles, and doorways as you exit the Worship Center and building.

  • Bibleland – Children's Ministry for 3 months – 4th grade
  • CREW and CREW 56 – Student Ministry for 5th -12th grades
  • College + Young Adults Ministry
  • Onsite Adult Classes and Groups
  • Cry Room
  • Nursing Mother’s Room
  • Water fountains
  • Coffee service


What is being done at Oak Hills Church - Alamo Ranch to keep our attendees and our team safe?

HEALTHY STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS
Encouraging frequent hand washing, practicing social distancing, wearing a face covering, and self-screening for COVID-19 symptoms prior to entering campus.
CONTINUAL CLEANING
Providing a clean and sanitized facility before and after each service.
REDUCED FOOTPRINT
Limiting access to public areas in our building to reduce the exposure and cleaning footprint.
SOCIAL DISTANCING
Encouraging social distancing in the worship center, foyer, and restrooms through spaced seating and one-way foot traffic.
CONTACTLESS
Providing alternatives to hand-passed offering baskets and communion trays, distributed paper bulletins, and in-person or paper note prayer requests.
MINIMIZE COMMUNITY SHARING
Temporarily removing pens, tissue boxes, children’s coloring pages/crayons, and Info Central brochures.


What is being done at Oak Hills Church to keep our attendees and our team safe?

HEALTHY STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS
Encouraging frequent hand washing, practicing social distancing, wearing a face covering, and self-screening for COVID-19 symptoms prior to entering campus.
CONTINUAL CLEANING
Providing a clean and sanitized facility before and after each service.
REDUCED FOOTPRINT
Limiting access to public areas on campus to reduce the exposure and cleaning footprint.
SOCIAL DISTANCING
Encouraging social distancing in the worship center, foyer, and restrooms through spaced seating and one-way foot traffic.
CONTACTLESS
Providing alternatives to hand-passed offering baskets and communion trays, distributed paper bulletins, and in-person or paper note prayer requests.
MINIMIZE COMMUNITY SHARING
Temporarily removing pens, tissue boxes, offering envelopes, children’s coloring pages/crayons, and Connection Central brochures.


What is being done at Oak Hills Church to keep our attendees and our team safe?

HEALTHY STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS
Encouraging frequent hand washing, practicing social distancing, wearing a face covering, and self-screening for COVID-19 symptoms prior to entering campus.
CONTINUAL CLEANING
Providing a clean and sanitized facility before and after each service.
REDUCED FOOTPRINT
Limiting access to public areas on campus to reduce the exposure and cleaning footprint.
SOCIAL DISTANCING
Encouraging social distancing in the worship center, foyer, and restrooms through spaced seating and one-way foot traffic.
CONTACTLESS
Providing alternatives to hand-passed offering baskets and communion trays, distributed paper bulletins, and in-person or paper note prayer requests.
MINIMIZE COMMUNITY SHARING
Temporarily removing pens, tissue boxes, offering envelopes, children’s coloring pages/crayons, and Connection Central brochures.


Have A Question?

Have a question about returning to in-person worship at Oak Hills Church? Email us at dans@oakhillschurch.com

What Is Temporarily Unavailable:
• Bibleland – Children's Ministry for 3 months – 4th grade
• CREW 56 and CREW – Student Ministry for 5th -12th grades
• Young Adults – College + Young Adults Ministry
• Onsite Adult Classes and Groups
• Cry Room
• Water fountains
• Coffee service 

How You Can Prepare For In-Person Worship:
Coming soon... learn more next week about the modifications to the worship experience.

Have A Question?
Have a question about returning to in-person worship at Oak Hills Church? Email us at dans@oakhillschurch.com

What Is Temporarily Unavailable:
• Bibleland – Children's Ministry for 3 months – 4th grade
• CREW 56 and CREW – Student Ministry for 5th -12th grades
• Young Adults – College + Young Adults Ministry
• Onsite Adult Classes and Groups
• Cry Room
• Water fountains
• Coffee service 

How You Can Prepare For In-Person Worship:
Coming soon... learn more next week about the modifications to the worship experience.

Have A Question?
Have a question about returning to in-person worship at Oak Hills Church? Email us at dans@oakhillschurch.com