COVID Update August 20, 2021

Prayerfully and publicly, CBC has implemented multiple precautions during the Coronavirus pandemic. We are committed to your safety and well-being as well as keeping you informed of any potential health risks. The latest CDC guidelines recommend that both vaccinated and unvaccinated people wear masks indoors in public if you are in an area of substantial or high transmission. The area around CBC, Gwinnett County, is currently classified as a high transmission area.


In light of this information, Cornerstone recommends you wear a mask while in the CBC facilities. We will continue to provide an opportunity for social distancing via sign-up. We are also reviewing cleaning protocols for possible updates.


Thank you for exercising every necessary precaution on behalf of your fellow members. If you experience any COVID symptoms, we ask you to stay home and join us online. If you have been exposed to anyone with COVID—regardless of the severity of their symptoms—please follow COVID quarantine procedures.


"By this all will know that you are My disciples if you have love for one another."  John 13:35

covid Building use

COVID UPDATES 6.30.21 (as they affect building use and ministry):

Cleaning & Sanitization
-part-time janitors sanitize twice a week
-evening janitors sanitize once a week
-small groups no longer required to sanitize
-sanitization supplies will be in each classroom/restroom if individuals wish to sanitize before/after their own use

Food & Drink
-Continue individually packaged communion cups
-No Coffee bar at this time
-CBCKidz will have individual bottled water/drinks or individual dixie cups of water and individual wrapped snack food prepared by gloved workers.
-The CBC Kitchen can be re-opened with the following changes: Limit to 6 people in the kitchen at one time and spread out using all available counter space. Each prep person should have washed their hands and be gloved (and wearing a mask if they have not been fully vaccinated). Each team must sanitize the kitchen after their work.
-Continue having picnics OUTSIDE through October.  These need to be catered or prepared with the kitchen instructions above.
- NO POTLUCKS or events where food is brought from individuals and served in a buffet style with shared utensils. Events must be catered and served by gloved servers.
-The water fountains in the building will remain turned OFF.

Congregation
-Former Greeters will be reinstated with former duties as availability allows
-Former Ushers will be reinstated with former duties as availability allows (they will hand out bulletins with no gloves)
- NO sign-in books will be used to record attendance.
- NO pens will be available in the foyer.
- Other items that could be shared or touched by multiple hands should not be out for public consumption.