Reopening

Currently all of our Nashville churches have modified in-person gatherings that you may attend on Sunday morning. Please read below to find information regarding your church’s Sunday morning service.

In keeping with CDC regulations and suggested guidelines from our local and state governments, we will follow suggested social distancing and health safety measures according to your neighborhood church county. Please read below about service times and what to expect!

 

COTC Franklin

Sunday Services

9AM & 11AM

Our Sunday services will be held in the auditorium, as well as two additional overflow spaces. These rooms will be set up for smaller, modified gatherings that will occur on a first come, first serve basis. We ask that you follow the recommended health & safety precautions listed at the bottom of this page.

We will continue to stream our Sunday services on Facebook and YouTube.

KidCity: This will be first come, first serve and we will have limited capacity. We encourage you to engage with us online through KidCity FX as well as the curriculum resources located at our KidCity page. We will continue to keep you updated with new information as it becomes available, and encourage you to Contact Us if there is a way we can pray for or serve your family or if you would like to volunteer with us.

COTC spring hill

Sunday Services

9AM & 11AM

MAIN AUDITORIUM & Overflow

We will have our normal 9AM and 11AM services in the auditorium. These services will be smaller, modified gatherings on a first come, first serve basis. Once the auditorium fills up, we will have a full overflow set up in the theater. Our doors will open 15 minutes prior to each service.

We ask that you follow the recommended health and safety precautions listed at the bottom of this page.

We will continue to stream our Sunday services on Facebook and YouTube.

KidCity: We are currently offering KidCity in a small, modified way. To learn more, click here.

COTC Downtown

Sunday Services

9aM & 11AM

rocketown
601 4th avenue south
nashville, tn 37210

Join us for our Sunday gathering by registering at the link above where you will find the specified guidelines related to our in-person gatherings at Rocketown.

We will continue to take measures to ensure the safety of everyone in attendance. Chairs will be spread out across the auditorium in smaller groupings 6 feet apart, and for now, we are asking that everyone wear a mask when inside. We will keep you informed as restrictions relax over time.

We will also continue to stream Sundays at 9AM & 11AM via our YouTube page for anyone unable to attend in person.

KidCity will be first come, first serve at a limited capacity. We are only able to accommodate K-5th Grade at this time, and we’re looking forward to having your younger kids join us in the near future! We will continue to keep you updated as new information becomes available, and encourage you to contact us if there is a way we can pray for or serve your family, or if you would like to volunteer with us. You can email sarahlong@churchofthecity.com for more information.

We understand that you may have many questions leading up to this day, so feel free to email us at downtown@churchofthecity.com, and we would love to help!

Health & Safety Precautions

As a church, we are committed to honoring the health guidelines and suggestions being set forth by the CDC along with our local, state, and federal governments. The below are additional measures being taken as we carefully reopen our building for in-person gatherings.

We ask that all attendees honor social distancing protocols recommended by the CDC during their time on the property.

Cleaning of the facility has and will continue to take place at a level at or above all guidelines set forth by the CDC, including but not limited to all surfaces in the auditorium, lobby, and restrooms.

Our team has worked hard to ensure that this weekend’s services are, for all intents and purposes, “touchless”. If you choose to worship with us in person, you won’t have to open doors or pass offering or communion. While with us, we also ask that you respect one another’s social distancing preferences by not assuming someone wants to hug or shake hands.

Staff & volunteers who will be in close contact with large numbers of visitors will undergo temperature checks, COVID-19 screening questions before serving, & will be required to wear a mask and gloves (when applicable).

Hand sanitizing stations will be placed throughout the building for your use.

Coffee and tea will not be served, however, please feel free to bring your own.

Pre-packaged communion will be available for you on the way in or you may bring your own.

We ask that you wear a mask when moving throughout our building (entering, exiting, lobby, restrooms, etc).

You may find the most recent recommendation from the governor’s office here.

If you have a fever, are experiencing any COVID-like symptoms, have traveled to a hot spot or have been in close proximity to someone who is exhibiting symptoms or has tested positive for COVID-19, we ask that you please join us online for services this weekend.