We currently have all worship services happening in the building as well as online.
Latest Update
August 26, 2020
On August 25th, “County Commissioners have voted to amend the local face mask resolution. Houses of worship are no longer bound by the face mask resolution. Commissioners encourage public to continue distancing, wearing masks indoors when you're not able to stay safe distance from others.”
With this new information, we as the Elders of Westside Christian Church, will continue to follow the guidance of the County Commissioners as we see fit when their guidance does not cause us to go against our understanding of Scripture, following God’s Will, and the leading of the Holy Spirit.  We are no longer requiring facemasks for Worship Services or church activities.  We do strongly recommend that you wear a facemask if you are able out of respect for those with weaker immune systems or those worried about spreading the virus to a family member that has chosen to quarantine.

COVID Procedure
We have the 8:30 Traditional as well as the 9:45 and 11:00 Modern Services.  That comes with the following modifications and precautions:
  1. There will be no coffee or donuts served.
  2. We have removed every other row of chairs.
  3. Communion is a prepackaged set that you will pick up as you enter the building.
  4. Offering will not be passed, but there will be baskets for drop off.
  5. We advise you to maintain the recommended 6 foot radius of social distancing from those that are not in your immediate family.  
  6. We will increase frequency of cleaning and sanitation.
  7. We will have kid’s programming at the 9:45am service only.
  8. We ask to that you please stay home if you are sick. 
For questions on when to stay home and seek medical attention please refer to this link to the CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/steps-when-sick.html
These guidelines also provide information on how you should self-isolate when living in close quarters with other people. The church staff have developed a plan for reporting any COVID positive cases and is committed to assisting with contact tracing and identifying those that may be impacted.  Should. You become positive and recently attend a worship service, please contact the church office so we can first surround you in prayer and then assist with contact tracing.