Join us for In-Person Worship!

Masks are still required Indoors. To safely increase the number of people we can invite to Sunday Worship, the balcony will be a section where masks are required, but people are not socially distanced. Feel free to register for this section if everyone in your party is comfortable sitting next to others.

Sundays with Central Kids

We’re excited to gather again! At this time, we are providing limited Children's Ministry programs during the 9:00a and 10:45a Sunday worship services. Children one year old through three years old are welcomed indoors to limited capacity classrooms. Children four years old through third grade will be outdoors with limited capacity under the portico. Families may also sit together for worship in the Sanctuary or watch together at home on our live stream.

Thank you for joining us! Currently, all Children's Ministry programs require preregistration each week and/or for each event. Check-in, screening, and pick-up are described in detail here. Children ages 3 and under are not required to wear masks. If you have any questions, contact Jordan Reich or Kristin Sullivan.

Where to Park

Worship FAQ


Do I need to sign up to attend an in-person service?
Yes, you will be asked to fill out a form that lives on this page. The registration also includes a pre-screening section to let us know of any potential exposure to COVID and any symptoms you’ve been experiencing.

Where do I park? 
You can enter the parking lot from three entrances:
  1. from Mangum St.
  2. from Seeman St.
  3. from Trinity Ave.
Please only park in the northern lot. See the map below for reference.

Can I sit with my family?
Yes, you will be able to sit with your family. You will need to list your entire family when you register for a service.

If I'm volunteering at a service, do I need to register?

Will I need to wear a mask/face covering?
All indoor worship service attendees will be asked to wear a mask/face covering. Disposable face coverings will be available for any who forget to bring one. This does not apply to children 3 years of age and younger.

Will there be communion?
Yes. Pre-wrapped (at the manufacturer) bread/juice cups will be distributed by gloved/face-covered leaders to each person in their seat at both indoor and outdoor services. Congregants will not process to the front to receive communion. All participants will be asked to hold on to their used cups and discard them when exiting.

Will an offering basket be passed?
Offering baskets will not be passed during the service. There will be boxes as you enter/exit for both indoor and outdoor services if you want to give your offering that way. Or, you can give online here.

Is hand sanitizer available?
Contactless hand sanitizer stations will be available at several locations, both in the outdoor seating area and inside the sanctuary as well as in the children’s area.

Are restrooms available?
Access to restrooms inside the Durham Nativity School will be available. Cleaning protocols will be in place (wiping down surfaces before, between, and after the services).
How long does the service last?
Approximately one hour.
What happens if someone tests positive for COVID-19 who attended a worship service?
It will be requested of any member/attendee who tests positive for COVID-19 and has attended a worship service at Christ Central Church to notify the church office immediately by way of or calling 919-908-7787. The highest levels of privacy will be maintained; no individual names of any who disclose to the church office a positive COVID-19 test result will be publicized or made known to the rest of the church. Attendees should take note of the row they are sitting in. If a person tests positive, their row location will be communicated to all attendees.
Will the online services continue?
The live stream of the full service will continue for the foreseeable future.

How do you cancel a registration?
If you're no longer to able to attend an outdoor service, please email and we'll remove your registration to make room for someone else to attend in your place.
How do I get to the sanctuary from the parking lot?
Enter using the sidewalk along Mangum Street. To ensure safety and efficiently seat everyone, it’s important that everyone uses one entrance. Everyone entering the sanctuary will have their temperature checked at the door. See the map below for reference.
How will I find a seat?
Ushers will lead you to an open pew. Large parties will be seated in a pew by themselves. Smaller parties will be seated on the outermost edges of a long pew, at least 6 feet away from other smaller parties. Every other pew will be marked off.