COVID-19 Update

Weekend Services

We are now offering both online and in-person weekend services and we welcome you to worship with us in the environment that you are most comfortable. We are excited to be meeting in-person again and we invite you to view the details below to learn more about what to expect when you arrive.

ICC Kids church services and nurseries will not be available at this time. We hope to re-open those areas soon.

What Will ICC Kids Programming Look Like?

Your child (birth – 5th grade) can join you in the worship center for a family-friendly experience. Here are some helpful tips to make it a great time for them:

1. We will have ICC Kids coloring sheets and crayons available for each child.

2. Bring a tablet or mobile device and a pair of headphones – during the experience your child can visit icckids.iccenter.org and watch this weekend’s Bible lesson.

Common Questions

Are seating reservations required?

You will not need to reserve your seat. Seating will be provided on a first come, first served basis. Physical distanced seating is available in the auditorium with assistance by our ushers. In the event auditorium seating is filled, we will have additional seating available.

What sanitization measures will be in place?

Our team will frequently disinfect surfaces throughout the building and we will sanitize the auditoriums between services. Hand-sanitizing stations will be placed throughout the building. Water fountains and coffee stations will not be available at this time. All seat-back materials, papers, and pens will be removed.

What about face coverings?

Face coverings will be made available for you as you walk in the door. In order to help facilitate a safe environment to worship, our staff and Dream Team will be wearing face coverings as they serve.

What if I am considered “high-risk”?

If you or someone in your family is considered “high-risk” for severe illness, we encourage you to continue worshipping with us online.

What if I don't feel comfortable coming in person yet?

We completely understand, and we want you to feel comfortable. We invite you to worship with us online at churchicc.online.church at 8:30am ESP, 10:00am ENG, 11:30 am ENG, and 1:00 pm ESP.

If any of the following applies to you, please worship with us online:
  • In the last 14 days you have tested positive, been experiencing symptoms, or have a known exposure to COVID-19.
  • If you are in a “high-risk” group, or you care for someone who may be at “high-risk” for severe illness.

For more information and updates on social media!

Serve App

Stay connected to the Serve App for information on how you can serve in your community.

Below are some of the ways you can stay connected, get involved, or receive help during this time. We love you and we are praying for you!

Prayer

Prayer is our first response, not our last resort. We’re comforted and empowered knowing we serve a miracle-working God who is an ever-present help in times of trouble (Psalm 46:1). Ask the Holy Spirit to open your eyes and show you how to pray for those on the front lines, at high risk, and in great need.

We’d love to pray for you and your needs. Ask for prayer  and our prayer team will pray for you specifically throughout the week.

Our weekly prayer service is also streamed every Saturday at 9:00am Central, and we’d love for you to join us. You can view this week’s prayer service here.

Serve + Give

If you’re in a position to be able to serve, we’ll keep you updated with opportunities.  Each of our campuses is mobilizing across the area to partner with local organizations to maximize the efforts to serve the people in our communities. Stay connected to the Serve App for information.

Because of your generosity, we’re able to operate our finances in a way that allows us to give without hesitation in times of need and crisis. That’s exactly what we’re doing now and will continue to do. If you feel led to financially be a part of our COVID-19 outreach efforts, you may give here.

Be Encouraged

While we exercise wisdom in keeping ourselves and our loved ones safe, we know that divine health and protection is from Jesus. Let’s continue to trust in His promises of protection in Psalm 91 for ourselves, our families, and all those who are affected by illness and pray that the virus will be contained and conquered.

Because you have made the Lord, who is my refuge, even the Most High, your dwelling place, no evil shall befall you, nor shall any plague come near your dwelling. Psalm 91:9–10