Wear a mask at all times while on the church campus (except children uner 2 yrs old). Kindly wear your masks before you check in with the parking attendant. Worship attendees are encouraged to bring their own masks. The church will have a limited supply of spare masks, in case you forget your mask.
Avoid shaking hands, hugging, and close physical contact with others. Instead use "Hi" signs, head bowing, or waving. They are just as good to display care and consideration for others and their health! You can even do a Wakanda Salute (it also means hug in sign language)
Maintain a six foot distance from others. Please follow the floor markings where lines are formed. Less than 6 feet apart is permissible when passing each other momentarily per doctors' advisories.
When approaching the worship area, please wait for the ushers' instructions and follow their directions as they will be escorting you to assigned seating to maintain social distancing. At the end of service, please wait for usher instructions to dismiss you row by row in an orderly fashion to maintain social distancing.
Family members from the same household can sit with each other. There will be no preschool and no children's worship at this time.
When attending service, we ask that you bring few personal items to avoid bringing any possible germs. Examples of items not to bring include: water bottles, coffee cups, hard copy Bibles, etc. For your convenience, Scriptures will be shown on the screen.
Please do not bring any food or drinks into the church facilities.
You may whisper the song or recite scripture very softly with your mask on. For the protection of others, we apologize that we won't be allowed to sing as loudly as before.
If you need to use the church restrooms, the capacity will be limited to 2 people at a time. Please maintain good hygiene by washing hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Kindly use a church-provided sanitizing wipe to disinfect the areas you touched. Entrance doors to the restrooms will be propped open.
To minimize physical contact, we recommend you use online giving for offering, tithing, and donations. For your convenience, there will be an offering box in the back of the service. You may also mail your offerring to the church but do not send cash.
If you are experiencing symptoms indicative of COVID-19 within 48 hours after attending our worship service and/or test positive for COVID-19, please contact us ASAP with this link. The church congregation and local health officials will be informed.
In order to minimize the risk of contracting the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Chinese Baptist Church of Orange County (CBCOC) has established safety measures in accordance with CDC guidelines as set forth by local, state, and federal government authorities. Attendees must adhere to these safety measures set forth in these guidelines along with the CBCOC list of Procedures and accurately answer the pre-registration health questionnaire provided. Since CBCOC is acting in accordance with the local, state, and federal guidelines along with the CBCOC List of Procedures, CBCOC is not liable in the event that a coronavirus outbreak occurs. Your attendance at these services accepts the disclaimer of liability of CBCOC.