Nashville, TENN – As COVID-19 vaccines continue to rollout and restrictions continue to relax, people are finally beginning to bring some normalcy to their lives. This includes returning in-person services at church.
This Resurrection Sunday, Southside Community Church is proud to be opening its doors for the first time in a year. In 2020 at the outset of the COVID-19, Southside began virtual services forcing their church goers to celebrate Easter through a screen.
While virtual worship will remain available, the numbers of those infected decreasing helped Southside leadership to decide that it is the appropriate time to allow worship in person. “We are excited to Worship and feel the power of God in a safe sanctuary together for the first time in 12 months,” said Southside Pastor Jerry L. Maynard, II. “The COVID-19 lock down never locked up our Praise! Celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ with us in person or online.”
To help continue the practice of social distancing, Southside is requiring all that plan to join the church on April 4 to visit sccnashville.org/resurrection-sunday and fill out a short RSVP form. Masks will be mandatory to attend service as well all church visitors will be required to have their temperature taken upon entrance.
Services will begin 9:00 AM, April 4, 2021. For those who wish to join Southside Community Church virtually can do so by visiting:
Watch Southside Community Church’s Resurrection Sunday message below: