We’re cleaning house for your return.

June 4, 2020 | Written by Becky Giovagnoni

As we get ready to see each other again this Sunday, you may be wondering what we’re doing to make it safe. Rest assured we are doing everything we can to make our church building comfortable and safe environment for corporate worship.

Here are the things we’ve done to prepare to gather.

While school is in session, CILA uses Clorox cleaning wipes twice daily – approved by the American Chemistry Council to be effective in killing the COVID-19 virus

  • Morning: wipe down all common area surface – stairwell hand rails, door knobs
  • Afternoon: wipe down classrooms

PRC uses diluted Clorox Germicidal Bleach – approved by the American Chemistry Council to be effective in killing the COVID-19 virus

  • Classrooms flat surfaces (counters, tables) and chairs wiped down daily

Environment Control (our contracted cleaning company) uses the diluted Clorox Germicidal Bleach as well

  • All flat surfaces in both buildings
  • Wednesday, Friday and Sunday evening

PRC facilities crew has done a deep clean of all surfaces in classrooms and common areas

PRC facilities crew has sprayed all CILA classroom items (pencils, crayons, markers) with bleach solution

Environment Control is cleaning both buildings as regularly scheduled.

Electrostatic Fogging is an effective way to kill 99.99% of viruses and bacteria, including COVID-19. Maid to Shine, a local cleaning company, did this for us on our whole upper level. Read more about it here.

On Sunday, all staff will wear masks unless on stage and restrooms will

Before and after each service we will sanitize all surfaces with a bleach solution.

So we’re quite busy getting ready to see you! We can’t wait for Sunday! We’ve even spruced up our flower gardens to welcome you back.

We’ve missed you.


If you plan on joining us in person and haven’t yet RSVP’d, please take a second to let us know you’re coming.

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