Join us on campus from 7 – 8:30 pm every Wednesday this summer. We plan on all Cornerstone Youth summer programming to be outside! See below in case of inclement weather.
Because we are designing summer youth group to be outdoors, please bring either a beach chair or blanket to sit on during worship and our talks. If you forget or do not have a chair we will have one for you!
While we are doing our best to maintain a safe environment, you and your family are the decision-makers of your health and well-being. Your health — both physical and mental — is important to us. With input from our youth team, church leadership, as well as local health and government officials, we have established protocols for returning to in-person gatherings at Cornerstone Youth:
Social distancing guidelines must be followed. All people who do not live together must sit six feet apart.
Masks must be worn inside, during games, and group travel. During worship and our talks, which will be outside, students are permitted to not wear their mask. If you do not have a mask, we will have some available, but encourage you to bring your own to reduce waste.
Low Contact Experience: To reduce contact with others, all doors will be propped open, there will be no handouts, and all of our games will require no contact.
Student’s temperatures will be taken before entering the building. We have purchased no-contact thermometers that can determine body temperature by pointing at the forehead. Anyone with a temperature above 99F will not be admitted.
Hand sanitizing stations will be available at various locations. We will encourage students to use them before, during, and after youth group.
In case of inclement weather during youth programming, we will ask students and staff to move indoors. We have already scheduled multiple youth group plans that follow the above safety guidelines.
Please stay home if: You are not healthy or feel uncomfortable about attending or you or anyone in your family has been exposed to the Coronavirus in the last 14 days.
We love the opportunity to have an in-person youth group again, but we are also committed to the health and well being of our students, staff, and campus. All of our safety guidelines have a zero-tolerance policy and intentionally breaking any of the above guidelines will result in being asked to leave youth group immediately. Repeat offenses will result in the expulsion from summer programming at Cornerstone Youth.
As always, if you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to ask our Youth Director, Jack Hein.