Covid-19 Worship Safety

Protocol Update

Our Main Auditorium has returned to full seating setup. In addition, masks will no longer be required. This is in keeping with the announcements made by the CDC and Governor Cooper concerning masks, social distancing, and gathering sizes. As always, use your own judgment concerning whether you should continue to wear a mask and practice social distancing.

if you have any concerns, are over 65, or have an underlying health condition that makes you more vulnerable to the virus, the Shepherds fully understand if you wish to worship from your home with our online worship. You will remain a valued member of the Deep River Family.

We continue to pray that the day will soon come that we will all be reunited under one roof in the worship and praise of God and His Son, Christ Jesus.

As a reminder, should you need assistance during this time of restricted social contact, please phone the building 336-454-3011 and leave a message in the general mailbox, or email us at drcoc2067@gmail.com.

 

Bible Studies

We are pleased to announce that Sunday Morning 9AM Bible Classes for children and adults will resume at the Deep River building on July 11! 

Sunday evening small group bible study is available at the church building, starting at 5PM. The Sunday evening small group study will continue to be conducted via Zoom for anyone who wishes to participate at home. 

Wednesday AM bible btudy has resumed meeting in-person at the Deep River building at 11AM.  All are welcome to attend.  There is no online option for this meeting.

Wednesday evening in-person study and prayer session meets at the building, starting at 7PM.  This will also be available via Zoom.

For all Zoom classes, members will receive access instructions via email.  If you would like to join one of our online classes and need the instructions, please send us a message.

 

Important Safety Information

The shepherds ask that all who come to the Deep River campus for any other reason to please continue to perform self-checks for health symptoms related to the virus.

  • Fever over 100
  • Cough & Sneezing
  • Loss of or altered sense of taste or smell
  • Severe body aches
  • Stomach & Intestinal issues

If you are experiencing any of these conditions, please stay at home and contact a health professional.

If you are aware of contact with a COVID-19 positive individual, please remain at home until you are sure that you are negative for the virus.