Covid-19 Updates

At Corinth Baptist Church
  • Sanctuary doors will be open when services are not in session.
  • Tithes & offerings plates will be available at the back of the auditorium, instead of being passed.
  • Surfaces will be sanitized and cleaned between and after services. 
  • Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the church. 
  • Families will be seated in ODD number rows for the 8:30 AM service and EVEN number rows for the 11:00AM service.
  • We are focusing on a touch-free environment.
  • We have installed 4 iWave air purification / filtration units into the church sanctuary heating and cooling systems.  Click Here for more information about the iWave System.

 So please feel comfortable in joining Corinth Baptist Church. We have taken these extra precautions to ensure you have a safe worship experience!   

When you join us, please:

  • Sanitize your hands at the entrance.
  • Keep socially distanced from other attendees; do not gather in groups before or after the service; please wave and say hello from a distance instead of hugging or shaking hands.
  •  Wear a mask and ensure that family members ages 5 and up wear a mask while attending services and when moving through the church building. Stay home if you or a family member are sick or experiencing any cold or flu like symptoms.

    For Corinth Children:
  • Sunday School will begin January 17th, 2021 for all school aged children.
  • Information about the upcoming re-opening can be found Here.
  • Sunday School mail activities will still be available as an option.
  • Busy Boxes are available for use during services for preschool and school aged children. You can request a box by Email.

    While we'd love to see each of you in-person, we know there are some limitations that may prevent you from attending. If you find yourself in one of the following categories, please consider worshiping with us online:
  • You are over the age of 65.
  • You are at risk or have a compromised immune system.
  • You are sick or have been around anyone who has been sick.
  • You are more comfortable worshiping at home. 

    Whether or not you are able to return to physical gatherings at this time, the most important thing is that we stay spiritually and relationally connected as a church family – in person or online! Let us know how we can help.