Cedar Park Church In-Person Sunday Gatherings
UPDATED, July 11 @ 10:30 AM

As we all transition back to in-person services and want to stay safe please note our safety  guidelines and outline of what to expect.

Pre-registration is not required and there are no limits on the number of people who can attend. Please do not attend an in-person service if you are not feeling well.

All services can be viewed via livestream. See link at:

According to the BC Restart Plan: Masks are recommended in public indoor settings for all people 12 and older who are not yet fully vaccinated (14 days after receiving the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine). 

There is no formal kids programming, but kids are welcome to join the service. Those with children may find the couches in the sanctuary allow children more room.

Please use hand sanitizer upon entering the church. Hand sanitizing stations are available at the main entrance and in the foyer.

To help everyone feel comfortable with the new changes, we encourage you to wear a mask while singing for the first few weeks, even though the government is no longer mandating it.

Physical Distancing
Let’s remember that not everyone will feel the same level of comfort about handshakes, hugs, and distancing. Let’s be mindful of each other’s level of comfort around these matters and seek to show grace, love, and respect. Ask, “Would it be alright if I sat here, or would you prefer I keep more distance? Are you comfortable shaking hands or would you prefer we bump elbows?” We recommend that you physically distance as you feel comfortable and that family groups and households stay together. 

Offering plates will not be passed around but giving can be done electronically, or cash and cheque can be placed in an offering box in the foyer. 

Communion will take place every week. Please bring your own elements (bread and cup) if you would like to participate. If you are unable to bring pre-prepared elements, bread and juice will be available in the sanctuary.