Minimizing the Effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
C3 CARES & RESPONDS
The Word has shown us time and again that our faith will see us through anything. Be it disease, famine, or personal struggles, “God has not given a spirit of fear, but of power, love, and a sound mind.” (2 Timothy 1:7). It is in that vain that we are taking a number of precautions to ensure the safety of you, our C3 family, our visitors, and our surrounding community. In doing our part to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, we will be implementing temporary policies and procedures that will be compliant with recommendations made by various health organizations as well as the Commonwealth of Virginia. Please know that C3 is covering this situation in fervent prayer, staying in-the-know with all current government updates, & will keep you posted as we modify additional services & programs.
Looking for Help?
- Childcare (for Essential Personnel Only): Call 866-KIDS-TLC or visit VaChildCare.com
- Food: Text “FOOD” or “COMIDA” to 877-877
- Health care: www.commonhelp.virginia.gov
- Mental health: psychhub.com/covid-19/
- Unemployment: www.vec.virginia.gov
- Volunteer opportunities: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
SERVICE & PROGRAM MODIFICATIONS:
Beginning in August 2021, Sunday services will be open to the public in limited capacity in four phases. Click Here to see our re-engagement plan and the specific dates when in-person services will be held. You must pre-register each Monday prior to attend.
We encourage you to also worship with us each Sunday online at www.c3hampton.org and tune in for mid-week Facebook live experiences as we continually share encouragement and pray for peace and healing in our community, nation and world.
Frequent hand washing: Washing your hands with warm water and soap is the most powerful weapon you have personal control over against germs & diseases, including the Coronavirus. The CDC recommends that you should wash your hands for at least 20 seconds during each session. If you are unable to wash your hands, utilize alcohol-based hand sanitizer (with at least a 60% alcohol content).
Social distancing: Several government agencies, including the Commonwealth of Virginia, encourage us to discontinue all social gatherings and limit our exposure to people (less than 10 at all times) over the next 30 days. Doing this helps to limit the mass spreading of the Coronavirus.