Do I need to reserve seats?
Yes, we do ask that you help us plan by registering to attend services HERE. Pastor asks that everyone please be seated 10 minutes before service so that we can prepare for our live stream.
What are your service times?
For now, we have returned to our 9:00 & 11:00 AM services. Our Tuesday night service will remain online for the time being.
How early should I arrive?
Doors open about 30 minutes before each service.
What about Children’s and Youth Ministry?
Kidz Ministry will be available at our 11 AM services only. SOAR Youth Ministry is beginning to open up for summer events. Please watch the announcements for details.
Can I bring my children with me to church?
Kidz Ministry will be available at our 11 AM services only. If you feel your child is old enough to sit through an in-person 9 AM service with you, we would love to see them. If your child is active or may need your attention, we ask that you sit near the back of the sanctuary.
Will masks and hand sanitizers be available?
There are hand sanitizing stations in the foyer.
As things continue to improve across our country and our state and more and more people are being vaccinated, the state of North Carolina has lifted its mask requirements in most settings, and masks are no longer required in churches. The Centers for Disease Control recently released updated guidelines stating that fully vaccinated people do not need to wear masks indoors or outdoors. In response to this change and after much prayer, masks will be optional at WLCC as of Sunday, June 6th. We encourage anyone who is more comfortable wearing a mask to please continue to do so! We will continue to socially distance as far as seating is concerned for now. Pastor James’ desire is for everyone to come to church knowing that they are absolutely welcome to do whatever they feel is best for them and their families.
How and when are you cleaning your facility?
The facility, including sanctuary, meeting spaces, restrooms, and public areas are all being cleaned and sanitized regularly.
When should I stay home?
- If you’ve had COVID symptoms in the last 48 hours (symptoms include, but are not limited to a cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, or a fever over 100.)
- If you have been in contact with someone who had COVID in the past 14 days.
- If you’re considered high-risk for severe illness based on CDC guidelines.
Can I still watch online?
Absolutely! Services are still streamed to our live platform (live.wlcconline.com), YouTube (WLCC Online), and Facebook (Without Limits Christian Center).
Can I receive communion?
We will be having single-serve pre-packaged communion elements at some of our services.