RSVP for Sunday at The Centre

For the last several months, Westsiders have been gathering all over the city together in small groups to worship and hear the Word of God preached in their homes, in parks and backyards around the city via our online live-stream service. 

We want to encourage you to continue leaning into meeting in these small, safe, and creative ways, but we know not everyone has reliable internet access or a large enough space to invite others into safely. That’s why we’re making as much space as possible available for gathering in person on Sundays.

Please stay home and participate in our online live-stream service if you or anyone in your household:

  • has had a fever in the past 14 days,
  • has returned from traveling to another country and is required to quarantine for 14 days, 
  • shows any symptoms of COVID-19 (runny nose, cough, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, shortness of breath), or
  • has been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

RSVP SPACES AT THE CENTRE

We’re happy to announce that we are now providing RSVP space in four physically distanced zones - each with a maximum capacity of 50 people - for Sunday Gatherings. 

  • Zone 1: Ground & Main Level
  • Zone 2: Lower Balcony
  • Zone 3: Upper Balcony
  • Zone 4: The Commons

SERVICE LOCATION, TIMEs & PARKING

  • 777 Homer Street, Vancouver, BC
  • Sundays at 9 a.m. & 11 a.m.
  • RSVP/Registration is required each week in order to attend a gathering.
  • Each Zone has a designated arrival time (you will receive it upon confirming your RSVP) for your gathering. For safety reasons, please make sure to arrive promptly at your designated arrival time.
  • If you do not arrive at your designated arrival time for your zone, your spot will be released to make room for walk-ins. You'll then need to join the walk-in queue, and walk-ins are not guaranteed a space.
  • Walk-ins are not guaranteed a space.
  • See parking on Sunday information.

Note: Some space is kept available for those in our community that don’t have access to the internet or other ways of engaging with the gathering.

Not sure where the entrance of your zone is located?


ZONE 1: GROUND & MAIN LEVEL - WHAT TO EXPECT

  • Enter through the Front Entrance on Homer Street (Find marked signage for Zone 1)
  • You’ll be welcomed and checked-in
  • Hand sanitizer will be available and you’ll follow the floor arrows to keep the flow of traffic to one direction
  • Our host will be there to answer any questions you may have
  • Available seats have been marked to maintain physical distancing
  • Coffee and communion will be provided in a safe way by staff or volunteers wearing masks and gloves
  • Rest assured that the facility is being regularly disinfected


ZONE 2: LOWER BALCONY - WHAT TO EXPECT

  • Enter through the east Zone 2 stairwell, just north of the Front Entrance on Homer Street (Watch for the big Zone 2 sign)
  • You’ll be welcomed and checked-in
  • Hand sanitizer will be available and you’ll follow the floor arrows to keep the flow of traffic to one direction
  • Our host will be there to answer any questions you may have
  • Available seats have been marked to maintain physical distancing
  • Coffee and communion will be provided in a safe way by staff or volunteers wearing masks and gloves
  • Rest assured that the facility is being regularly disinfected
  • Exit through the west stairwell to the back alley (connects to Robson Street)


ZONE 3: UPPER BALCONY - WHAT TO EXPECT

  • Enter through the east Zone 3 stairwell, just south of the North Entrance on Homer Street (Watch for the big Zone 3 sign)
  • You’ll be welcomed and checked-in
  • Hand sanitizer will be available and you’ll follow the floor arrows to keep the flow of traffic to one direction
  • Our host will be there to answer any questions you may have
  • Available seats have been marked to maintain physical distancing
  • Coffee and communion will be provided in a safe way by staff or volunteers wearing masks and gloves
  • Rest assured that the facility is being regularly disinfected
  • Exit through the west Balcony stairwell to the back alley (connects to Robson Street)


ZONE 4: THE COMMONS - WHAT TO EXPECT

Unfamiliar with our space in The Commons? We’ve created a short video to help you know what you can expect when you arrive on Sunday morning.

  • Enter through the North Entrance on Homer Street (it's the entrance that is furthest north, see signs for Zone 4)
  • You’ll be welcomed and checked-in
  • Hand sanitizer will be available and you’ll follow the floor arrows to keep the flow of traffic to one direction
  • Our host will be there to answer any questions you may have
  • Seats have been arranged to maintain physical distancing
  • The Commons is outfitted with three large screens, as well as a great sound system
  • Coffee and communion will be provided in a safe way by staff or volunteers wearing masks and gloves
  • Rest assured that the facility is being regularly disinfected


REQUIREMENTS AND SAFETY GUIDELINES

  1. RSVP/Registration is required in order to attend a gathering, no matter what zone you want to join. Be sure to add attendees for all members of your party (including yourself) before submitting your registration. No admittance will be permitted without having previously registered, however you’ll be able to join the walk-in queue. Walk-ins are not guaranteed a space.
  2. We are unable to offer Sunday Kids Classes in-person at this time, however kids can still attend a gathering. Young children have a hard time physical distancing, so please hold your child or have them sit on your lap when possible. Make sure to include your children when selecting how many members you have in your party.
  3. We ask that you carefully observe physical distancing by keeping at least six feet between you and other households/bubbles at all times. Please fellowship and pray for each other at safe distances, even in lobbies or in entering or leaving the building.
  4. If you are not feeling well, please stay home. Services will continue to be provided online each week.
  5. Please sanitize/wash hands upon entry at one of the provided stations.
  6. We ask that you bring a mask and wear it during singing for both the safety of you and your neighbour.
  7. Don’t be offended if a staff member or volunteer asks you to mind your distance or put on a mask—it’s easy to forget these things when we’re with people we care about, so we will probably all need reminders from time to time.

Registration for the coming Sunday's gathering will open at 6:30 p.m. this Thursday

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