I can't tell you how excited we are to be together again as we reopen for services. Here you'll find more information about how we're prepared to safely welcome you home.
Welcome Home (Again)
All regularly scheduled in-person services at our Osuna, Westside, and Santa Fe campuses will resume Saturday-Sunday, May 30-31. Following guidelines from the state public health order and prayerful leadership, services will be contactless and include the use of face coverings, social distancing in all indoor and outdoor spaces, digital resources in our app, and lots of clear signs so you know exactly what to expect. From the parking lot to the sanctuary, you'll find a safe and Spirit-filled worship experience.
"And let us consider one another in order to stir up love and good works, not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as is the manner of some, but exhorting one another, and so much the more as you see the Day approaching" (Hebrews 10:24-25).
Before You Leave Home
At our Osuna campus, you can enjoy service outside, in the Hub, or in the sanctuary, so bring your own chairs and/or a blanket if you prefer to sit in the amphitheater.
We can't provide face masks for everyone, so please bring yours from home to wear. A limited quantity of single-use masks will be available at all campuses.
Be prepared to observe social distancing guidelines in the parking lot and throughout all indoor and outdoor spaces on all campuses.
When You Get Here
In our parking lot, the traffic team will help direct you like they always do. They'll be wearing face coverings. Make sure to give them a wave or thumbs-up instead of a high five.
Our welcome team volunteers will be ready to help with social distancing and answer any questions you may have. Behind their masks, they'll be smiling and ready to serve, whether you need hand sanitizer, a worship bulletin, or help with checking your kids into Calvary Kids.
Enjoy Service Outside
At our Osuna campus, we're setting up a large video screen in the amphitheater, so bring your own chairs and/or a blanket if you prefer to enjoy service outside. Children of any age are welcome to sit outside, in the Hub, or in the family room.
SoPo and Parchments
Enjoy coffee and other SoPo offerings outside. No indoor seating will be available.
Parchments is prepared so you can safely browse and buy while following the current public health order. Social distancing, capacity management, in-store traffic flow, and minimal contact with merchandise have all been considered.
Calvary Kids is ready to welcome kids entering kindergarten through fifth grade at all campuses at all regularly scheduled service times, except for the 8 am service on Sundays at the Osuna campus. No Calvary Kids for infants through preschool-aged children will be offered at this time.
Calvary Kids staff and servants will follow COVID-19 safe practices, including but not limited to social distancing, taking each child's temperature prior to entering the children's ministry area, and employing single-use supplies and materials for all crafts and activities. Check-in will be contactless using an app.
In the Sanctuary
When you're in the foyer and sanctuary, please keep social distancing in mind. Make sure to wear a face covering and give others space. Your family unit can sit close together, but allow at least six feet of distance—several chairs or a row—in between families.
There will be a limited quantity of printed worship bulletins. Make sure to take yours with you when you leave campus, or keep it contactless by getting the worship bulletin from the Calvary Church app.
Abundant signage will provide clear direction before, during, and after services at each of our campuses to maximize your health and safety. Hand sanitizer will also be readily available, and restrooms will be cleaned before and in between services at each campus.
Hesitant or High-Risk?
If you're hesitant or high-risk—and, of course, if you're sick—please join us online. We'll stream all our services at live.calvarynm.church and on YouTube, Apple TV, and Roku. The 9:45 am service on Sundays will include pastoral support, including a live chat and live prayer.
Those with known close contact to a person who is lab-confirmed to have COVID-19 must not attend in-person services until the end of the fourteen-day self-isolation period, as recommended by the Department of Health.
Perform temperature checks at home on all persons. Individuals who are ill or who have fevers must not attend in-person services.