Campus House: COVID-19 FAQ (updated)

March 26, 2020

Is Campus House having Sunday services? 
We are not currently meeting in-person for Sunday worship services. We encourage you to tune into our Living Room Sessions, interactive times of fellowship, prayer, worship, Scripture, and communion (available Sundays at 10am and anytime after).

How can I get spiritual assistance? 
Our pastoral staff is still available for spiritual care. Feel free to contact one of our pastors through our staff directory for prayer and support.

Is Campus House’s building closed?
Campus House’s building is closed in accordance with the Governor’s stay-at-home order, and staff members are working remotely for the foreseeable future.

Are we still moving to our temporary location?
Yes! We have officially moved into the former University Church building at 320 North Street. We will not hold gatherings there until it’s permitted and wise to do so.

How does this affect Campus House’s building plans?
Our plans to build a new home on our current footprint have not changed, and the project is on schedule! Demolition was completed this spring, and crews began construction in May. If the building timeline is altered, we will update that information here.

Is the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new House happening?
We canceled our in-person Groundbreaking Ceremony originally scheduled for Saturday, May 16th. We do plan to host a virtual celebration in June, so check pcch.org/covid19 or follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more details to come.