An Update Regarding the Coronavirus / COVID 19

An Update Regarding the Coronavirus / COVID 19


An Update Regarding the Coronavirus / COVID 19

On Sunday, May 24, 2020, Canadian Valley Baptist Church began to gather for worship at the church facilities. Many of our members are still gathering with us through Facebook Live. Participation in the church through these two options are encouraged. You are highly valued as a member and guest of the church through gathering in person and through Facebook Live.

Church Schedule:

Sunday Morning Worship is available both at the Canadian Valley Baptist Church facilites and on Facebook Live. Services begin at 10:45 am.

Please plan to arrive early in order to provide space and time for social distancing while entering the facility.

  1. Enter the Building from the front of the worship center only.
  2. Pew rows and sections are separated to assist social distancing.
  3. Families are encouraged to sit together.
  4. Hand sanitizer will be available.
  5. Masks are welcomed and encouraged but not required.
  6. Bulletins will not be distributed.
  7. Offering plates will be available in the back of the worship center.
  8. The congregation will be dismissed by rows.
  9. Exit the building at the front of the worship center only.
  10. A sanitation company has been contracted to sanitize the building each week.

Care for Our Members and Guests:

  • Stay Connected Online – Continue to stay connected online through Facebook Live at Canadian Valley Baptist Church and CVBC Church Family and by way of our church website at
  • Continue to be Faithful in Giving – You can give your tithes and offerings online through, by texting “Canadian Valley Offering $(any amount) to 73256.
  • Stay connected to your small group, the deacons and your transitional pastor through emails, calls and texts.
  • Caring for Members in Need – Call or email the church with needs and necessities. The church’s contact information is: (405) 324-5742;

Don’t Miss this Opportunity to Think of Others First:

Use this time of care as an opportunity to think of others first. Use reminders of the need for care as prompters to:

  • PRAY for others,
  • SHARE the Gospel with others (there are many ways to accomplish this task by phone, e-mail and other forms of social distance communication, and
  • LIVE a life of faith over fear.

For Specific Detail on Safety Precautions and Everyday Preventive Care:

Go to the websites of Oklahoma State Department of Health, Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) for specific detail on safety precautions and everyday preventive care.