Our Heart for this Season
As we’ve been gathering information, talking with Purdue authorities, and processing a variety of emotions, we have sought to prayerfully discern the will of Christ in this season and increasingly rely upon Him. Our heart is that Christ-centered love would be our guiding motivation. This invites the question, “What does love require?” As a church community, we believe love requires that we consider those who are at-risk and be willing to sacrifice our own opinions and comforts for the well-being of others.
God is at work in this pivotal cultural moment, and He does not waste anything. There will be good, bad, and awkward moments, but if we can get past our grief, discomfort, and desire to cling to prior normalcy, we can begin to notice God’s invitation to be transformed by His grace. This will likely continue to be a wildly strange journey, but we have a God who knows, who sees, who loves, and who goes with us.
Following Purdue’s Lead
With reliance on Jesus as our framework for decision-making, we are developing flexible plans that honor the University by adhering to their policies laid out in the Protect Purdue Plan.
Changes to Sunday Worship Services
The purpose of our Sunday gatherings has not changed. We still seek to encounter Jesus through His Word, prayer, worship, and one another. However, protocols will limit the number of people we can gather and the precautions that are in place. We still intend to worship together safely through in-person services and online streaming. These services will take place at 9am and 10:30am Sunday morning.
If you’d like to attend a service in person, we ask that you register up to six days in advance here.
To stream the service live, we encourage you to gather your roommates or a small group of friends and access that here.
Coming into Campus House: Guidelines & Protocols
Whether you’re attending a worship service or meeting with a staff member in our building, we ask that you follow the protocols listed below:
- Wear a face mask that covers your nose and mouth.
- Follow all directional and social distancing guidelines, remaining six feet apart when possible.
- Use hand sanitizer frequently.
- Wash your hands thoroughly after using the restroom.
- Avoid touching your face with your hands.
Stay home if you’re not feeling well or have experienced a cough, headache, runny nose, and/or fever above 100.4°. If you are sick, we encourage you to follow Purdue’s guidelines here. You can also review the CDC’s recommendations to self-check your symptoms here.
As information and plans continue to evolve, you have several ways to stay in touch with Campus House and share in the life of this church community:
- Fill out this form to receive our weekly email and learn more about serving in-house.
- Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
- Download the Campus House app in the app store.
- Sign up to receive occasional text notifications here.