PRINCE OF PEACE
December 24, 5PM + 7PM
When peace is missing, we feel like we’re falling apart. When present, we become whole and we flourish. That’s what the story of Christmas is all about. When we think of Christmas, we think of family, presents, and the end of a very long year. While all these are true, the REAL meaning of Christmas is about a PRINCE OF PEACE who gives us WHOLENESS.
Come learn about how this Prince of Peace wants to bring us wholeness when the world falls apart.
Where: Calvary Chapel St. Petersburg or online at calvarystp.org/live. (8900 US Hwy 19 Pinellas Park, FL 33782)
When: December 24th, 2020 at 5pm and 7pm
How long is the service? The service is scheduled to be approximately 1 hour.
Are kids allowed in the service? Yes, it is a family service (childcare will not be provided). A special area with live video of the service will be available in The Chapel for families that do not want to sit in the Main Auditorium.
How early can I arrive? The doors will open at 4pm.
Will there be food? There will be free coffee at our cafe before and after services.
Are there still services on Sunday mornings the weekends before and after? Yes, there WILL be services December 20 at 9 & 11 am and December 27 at 9 & 11 am. Service will not be held Wednesday, December 23.
Contact & More Info: calvarystp.org/christmas, email@example.com, 727-577-7705
CHRISTMAS EVE COVID INFORMATION
Masks & Face coverings – As of June 24th, 2020 the Pinellas County Commissioners created an ordinance requiring that face coverings must be worn by adults while in most indoor public places. We are asking those that attend services inside the building to comply with the new ordinance. If you don’t have a mask we will gladly provide one.
Attendance if Sick – If you’re feeling ill or have come in contact with someone who has been confirmed to have COVID-19, we ask that you stay home, and to join us for our Christmas Eve services at calvarystp.org/live, to best facilitate a more hygienic environment.
Pre-service Greeting – During our time of greeting, we ask everyone to greet one another with smiles instead of hugs and handshakes to facilitate a more hygienic environment.
General Hygiene & Cleaning – Our facilities team of staff and volunteers will continue to work diligently by cleaning our building and facilities before and after each service and group gathering. We will continue to develop and reassess the most effective strategies to keep our facilities as clean and sanitary as possible.
Doors – We ask that when navigating through our facility, to the best of your abilities refrain from touching door handles and crash-bars with your hands. Instead, use a shoulder or clean paper towel if possible when leaving the restroom. Our facilities staff will be doing their part in disinfecting all door handles, crash-bars, and frequently contacted surfaces.
Calvary Teams (Volunteers) – If you’re a volunteer here at Calvary, be sure to frequently check in with your team leader, and to let them know via phone or email if you are experiencing any of the signs or symptoms of being ill. We ask that if you are experiencing symptoms, or have come in contact with anyone who has been confirmed to have COVID-19, that you refrain from coming on campus for volunteering or for service.