While we believe in the power of the Blood of Jesus and the Word of God, we also must operate with wisdom. During these difficult times, we believe that people need God more than ever and we want to continue to be a place of hope and help to those in need. Until further notice, Rock Church of Atlanta will maintain normal service times and Hunger No More Food Pantry will remain open to the public Tuesday - Friday, 9am - 12pm. In accordance to the CDC Checklist, we are implementing these following precautions:
We are staying informed about local COVID-19 information and updates.
We are emphasizing everyday preventive actions through intensified communications with employees and visitors to our organization.
We encourage employees, volunteers, members and visitors to stay home when sick.
We are continuing to thoroughly clean before and after the premises are occupied.
We encourage all who are on our premises to:
*Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or use the inside of your elbow;
*Wash hands often; and
*Limit close contact with others as much as possible (about 6 feet).
During hours of operation and worship service times, if someone becomes sick, we will separate them into an isolated room and ask them to leave as soon as possible.
During worship services, we encourage our Leadership Team, members and visitors to greet one another by waving only.
We believe that the health and safety of every person that comes to our facility is most important and we are committed to staying informed during this time and adjusting as needed.
Pastors Michael & Michelle Clinkscales
The Rock Church of Atlanta, Inc.