Camelback Open for Public Worship

Dear Camelback Family and Friends,

The church board recently voted to resume public worship services on February 13. We are now open each week for in-person Sabbath School @ 9:30am and worship service @ 11:00am.

Please note that we still encourage all who are in the CDC’s vulnerable and high risk categories to continue worshiping with us online from home via our website, YouTube channel, and Facebook. While vaccines are currently being made available to the community, the rollout is slow. It will be months before everyone who chooses to receive one of the vaccines to actually obtain one. As we expect the rollout to remain slow, we will continue requiring the observance of our pandemic protocols in place. This provides a measure of safety that will allow us to gather and worship together while we wait for herd immunity to take place.

We look forward to having you worship our Lord, Jesus Christ, each Sabbath. Our congregation adds so much value to the worship experience and meets the spiritual and emotional needs in many of us who benefit from personal connections with members and friends.

Thank you!

Pastor John Stanton


Guidelines for Attendance When Church is Open

Here is the essential information to know before attending Camelback:

  • Sabbath School will begin at 9:30; worship at 11:00.
  • There will be no on-campus lower division Sabbath School classes at this time. You can enjoy these classes from home via Zoom.
  • No one should feel obligated to return right away.
  • We encourage all members that fit in any of the COVID-19 at-risk categories to remain home until the pandemic is over.
  • Our video team will continue to live stream Sabbath School and the Worship Service.
  • Masks are required for admittance in the sanctuary. Disposable masks are available on site.
  • Physical distancing is required for seating and socializing while on site. Every other row in the sanctuary will be roped off.
  • There will be no congregational singing for the time being.
  • Tithes and offerings will be collected at the end of the service.
  • Upon arrival, a team will ask you several questions and your temperature will be taken with a no-contact thermometer. This is to make sure that no one who has been recently exposed to COVID-19 or is currently symptomatic is allowed in the building to share the virus with others.
  • Our deacon team will assist with the flow of traffic and physical distancing throughout the morning.
  • Please bring water with you as the drinking fountains have been turned off.
  • Our luncheon ministry has been suspended for the next few months.

Click here for a copy of the detailed list of guidelines: Reopening Guidelines