As we continue to regather as a family for worship services, we want you to be informed, prepared, and comfortable. Below you will find links to register for our services, what to expect when you arrive, our safety measures, and a frequently asked question section. Please take time to look over this page.

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Our goal is to make Transformation Church one of the safest places in our area. Below are some
of the measures we are taking to make your experience safe and enjoyable.

Masks Required

Masks are to be worn at all
times while on TC’s campus.

Social Distancing

All seating in the auditorium
will follow social distancing guidelines.

Limited Capacity

The auditorium will be
operating at 40% capacity.

Temperature Checks

Everyone who enters the
building will be temperature checked.

Limited Touch

We will be offering digital worship guides
and have updated our restrooms to a touch-free experience.

Registration Required

All people who attend a weekend
worship service will be required to register.


  • I’m not comfortable returning to church yet. Will online services continue to be offered?

    Yes! We encourage you to join us online until you feel comfortable attending in person. Our Transformation Church weekend service will continue to be streamed at 10 am and 12 pm You can stream our services at, YouTube, and Facebook or using our app on AppleTV or Roku.

  • Will TC be limiting capacity of their buildings?

    Yes. Based on guidelines at the current time we will be limiting the capacity to 40%. We have been and will continue to closely monitor local, state and federal guidelines to help us determine safe practices and adhere to social distancing requirements.

  • Do I have to register?

    Yes. in order to manage capacity as well as allow for contact tracing we are asking everyone to register. Registration will go live each week the Monday prior to the Sunday service.

  • How will TC be enabling social distancing in its locations?

    We will be utilizing signage and servant leaders to encourage attendees as they arrive to head straight to check-in and then to their seats. There will be no gatherings in the lobby.

  • Will TC be screening those who attend in person?

    Temperature checks will be required for everyone who enters the building.

  • Are masks required?

    Everyone who enters the building will be required to wear a mask. You are required to leave your mask on at all times while you are in the building. If you are unable or unwilling to wear a mask, we ask that you remain at home and enjoy our services online.

  • Can I wear a shield or a neck gator instead of a mask?

    No. Per CDC guidelines we are requiring all individuals to wear a mask. Shields and neck gators are not acceptable substitutes.

  • What if I have a medical exemption for wearing a mask?

    While we understand that some people have been exempted from wearing masks for medical reasons, we are requiring everyone to wear a mask. If you are unable to do so, we ask that you remain home and continue to worship with us online.

  • Will there be TC Kids?

    During this initial stage of regathering, we will not be having TC Kids on Sunday mornings, nor will the TC Kids space be available. We encourage you to bring your kids with you to our regathered family services in the auditorium. This may produce some hesitancy or even anxiety in you. We totally understand that, but we also want you to know that this is a safe place for kids to be kids! We’ll have Kids Kits (activity bags) available for them to have during service to keep them active and engaged with the sermons. Additionally, you’re welcome to bring a device with headphones for them to engage with our digital TC Kids content too. If your kids need a break, you are welcome to step out of the auditorium with them, but please come back in. All children ages 4 and up will be required to wear face masks. We are working on a plan to regather with our TC Kids and we will keep you updated as our plan progresses.

  • If I choose not to attend in person, will there still be online option for TC Kids?

    Yes. You will still be able to find resources for your kids on the TC Kids YouTube and Facebook pages.

  • Should I let someone know if I discover I had COVID-19 while attending a service?

    Yes. We will be contact tracing everyone who serves and attends our services. If you believe you had COVID-19 while attending a service, please email Your privacy will be protected, but we will let people who you may have been in close contact with aware of the situation.

  • Will I be notified if someone who attended a service tests positive for COVID-19?

    If we become aware that someone attended a service while having the virus, we will alert all attendees of the section where that person was sitting. If we become aware of three or more people who attended a service while having the virus, we will alert everyone who attended that service.

  • Will there be coffee?

    Unfortunately, we will not be serving coffee at this time. We also ask that no food or beverages be brought into the building. We are asking that everyone keep their mask on at all times. Please hydrate and caffeinate before arriving.

  • Are service times changing?

    Yes. In order to allow for the ability to clean between services, we will have new service times. Beginning Sunday, April 4 our new service times will be 8am | 10am | 12pm. We will be streaming the 10am and 12pm services online.

  • What time should I arrive for service?

    In order to allow enough time to properly clean and sanitize the building between services, we ask that you arrive no more than 20 minutes prior to the beginning of a service.

  • Will certain doors be marked for exit and entrance only?

    Yes, entrances and exits will be marked to enable the proper flow of traffic.

  • Will restrooms be open?

    Yes, all restrooms will be open and will undergo routine cleaning between services.

  • Will the service look different?

    For the most part our services will look the same. However, in this season, to allow for social distancing and safety, we will not pass our giving buckets, participate in communion, or have prayer and anointing during.

  • How is TC cleaning its facilities?

    We will be disinfecting all seats in the auditorium as well as cleaning all doors, handrails, and common areas between each service. Additionally, hand sanitizer stations will be located throughout the building.

  • How can I continue my giving?

    During this time, we are encouraging digital giving. You can give online at or by texting give2tc to 77977. We will also have giving stations located around the building that you may drop your gift into.

  • Can I come to the church building during the week?

    Our building will remain closed during the week. The majority of our staff will continue to work remotely to ensure the safest environment possible on Sundays.