COVID-19 UPDATE

UPDATE:  Sunday January 10, 2021 
 

As of Sunday January 10, 2021 we are back to in-person services here at CLPC. As of this update, we do not hold any small group type settings (Sunday School, Children's Church, etc.)  Service times as follows:

 

Sunday AM @ 11AM

Sunday PM @ 6PM

Wednesday @ 7PM

 


UPDATE:  Wednesday December 30, 2020

Here at CLPC, we've had quite a few positive cases of COVID-19 as of this date. As advised in our recent announcement, the decision was made to temporarily suspend all in-person services here at CLPC as we navigate our way through this COVID-19 pandemic. As of this update, we anticipate our return to in-person services here at CLPC to be Sunday, January 10, 2021. Now keep in mind this is a very fluid situation and this anticipated return date could change without much notice. We ask that you please stay tuned to this webpage and our social media sites for all updates.  We ask that if you or your family are members or regular attenders here at CLPC and are suffering from COVID-19, please make contact with us about your illness by calling our church phone at (803) 675-7824 or send a direct (private) message to our church Facebook page via Facebook Messenger. 

Remember there are folks within this body of believers who attend CLPC that stand ready to assist you and your family who may be suffering from COVID-19 or other illnesses as needed. Whether it be grocery or medicine pick up and delivery, errands ran, a listening ear, or just someone to pray with you. Call the church at (803) 675-7824 and leave a message requesting a call back. Pastor Coe or a representative of CLPC will return your call. God bless each of you!
~David Dover, CLPC Safety Team Director~ 

 

"We ask that you join us in prayer for all those not just here at CLPC but for all those who are suffering from COVID-19 and other types of sickness. Also, be in prayer for this new year coming up. Remember this, in a uncertain world, we serve a certain God! " ~Pastor Michael Coe~  

CLPC Facebook:  www.facebook.com/CloverLiberty

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FROM THE DESK OF PASTOR MICHAEL COE:

 

Saturday, December 26, 2020

 

Dear Liberty Family,

 

We have received notification that two persons (Shelby Hord & Mac Wallace) who attended our Sunday morning and evening services on December 20, 2020, have since tested positive for COVID-19  (Coronavirus). As of this notification, three others who attended services on that date are not feeling well, have sought independent COVID-19 testing and are awaiting test results. All but one of these individuals referenced above were located on the platform during the Sunday services. We believe it is best to communicate transparently with you so that you can make well-informed decisions for your health and that of your family and friends. We are committed to protecting and promoting the safety of our Liberty Families.  

 

These individuals and their families are isolated at home and we covet your prayers for each of them. When they were at church on Sunday, they did not show symptoms. We have had direct communication with others from the church who were in close contact with these individuals at that service.  

 

In light of this information and out of an abundance of caution, we will suspend in-person services and all scheduled activities for the week of Sunday, December 27, 2020 through Saturday, January 2, 2021. We ask that you join us online for our Sunday and Wednesday services on our virtual platforms of Facebook and YouTube. We will communicate with each of you again about our decision to return to in-person services in the near future. You are encouraged to stay in the know about this topic and any updates, by visiting our website at www.cloverliberty.com and click on the "CLPC & COVID-19" link at the top of the page. When this section of our website is updated, links to this information will be posted to our social media sites and Call-Em-All notifications will be sent out. 

 

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is transmitted through person-to-person contact and through the exchange of respiratory droplets. Symptoms of COVID-19 can include, but not limited to fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Symptoms typically will appear 2 to 14 days after exposure to the virus. To learn more about COVID-19, symptoms, and how you can help to contain the spread, please visit the CDC and the public health authorities website for the state in which you live:

 

CDC:  www.cdc.gov

 

SC DHEC:  www.scdhec.gov

 

NC DHHS:  www.ncdhhs.gov 

 

We ask you to continue to take the necessary precautions to protect your health and well-being and the health and well-being of others. We are grateful for the opportunity to serve you and your family, especially as we face this challenging situation together. Thank you for your continued support. We hope and pray that you each had a very Merry Christmas. We know this year has been different in so many ways. But we pray that this season is one of remembering God's love and His sacrifice for us. We wish each of you a safe, happy, healthy, and prosperous New Year! 

 

~ Pastor Michael Coe~

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UPDATE:  Saturday, August 22, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We have been away from the building for the past two weeks and we are excited to invite you and your family to join us at CLPC for in-person services starting back this Sunday, August 23, 2020 at 11 AM and 6 PM. In returning to in-person services, we ask that everyone attending adhere to the following recommendations while on the campus at CLPC:  

1. Everyone should enter the church via the main front entrance where a touch less screening process will be conducted and attendance for each service is recorded. Those members of the music department who will be serving on the platform, you will be provided special entry instructions for call time arrivals by the Minister of Music, Mr. David English prior to each service. 

2.  If you are immunocompromised, feel sick in anyway (at risk), have traveled within the last fourteen (14) days to an identified hot spot for COVID-19, or have been exposed to anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, we ask that you stay at home and worship with us online until the appropriate amount of time has passed for it to be safe for you to return to in-person services.

3. We do not require the wearing of mask or face coverings while inside the facility at CLPC, however; we strongly recommend and encourage each person in attendance to wear a mask while inside the building. Especially, if you can not be socially distant with others, we ask that you do wear a mask. We have a limited number of mask available at the front entrance for those who may not have one. Just ask the Safety Team members at the check-in station as you are being checked in and they will provide you with a FREE mask. We want everyone who wishes to attend in-person services with us at CLPC to feel safe in doing so. Please be courteous and respectful of others about this matter as we do realize this is a sensitive subject for some people, however; these are the recommendations provided by leadership of CLPC and we ask that you honor them while on the campus. 

4.  Remember to wash your hands with soap and water and use the provided hand sanitizing stations set up throughout the building as frequently as you wish. 

 

5.  Maintain social distancing while inside the building. We ask that families who live in the same home together to sit together on the same pew together at CLPC. We realize this is a different type request than what most are accustomed to at CLPC. Our Youth normally sit together in the first few rows, however; during these times we are asking of them to also sit with their families with whom they live in the same home with. These are different times that we are living in and they require different measures to help keep everyone safe. Again, if you and your family live together in the same home, sit with those same family members and on the same pew. Families should remain socially distant from other families. We have plenty of space in this new sanctuary that does allow for proper social distancing of families and we ask each of you to do your best to accomplish this request. (Ex: One family per pew and skip a pew between each family to create distance between you.) 

 

5.  We continue to ask you to refrain from all hugging, shaking hands, touching in general of other persons while at CLPC. Again, we know this goes against the very grain of things here at CLPC, but we must do everything that we can to keep the spread of the virus and other germs at a minimum while on this campus. In doing so, we hope to continue with our in-person services without further interruptions and in the safest environment possible for all who chose to attend in-person services at CLPC.  

6.  Reminder at this time we are not having Sunday School, Children's Church, or Choir. Announcements will be made when we believe that the conditions and environment is right to start these type small group settings backup. Stay tuned for further updates on those matters.  

Lastly, please find a video at the top of this page as a Welcome Back message from Pastor Michael Coe for both you and your family. 

In His Service, 

David Dover

CLPC Safety Team, Director 

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UPDATE:  Wednesday August 5, 2020

As of Wednesday August 5, 2020 ALL in-person services here at CLPC have been paused for a couple weeks as we work to best navigate the current pandemic that we are living in . All services at CLPC will be streamed to our platforms of Facebook and YouTube until further notice.  Join us each Sunday at 11 am and again at 6 pm on either platform. There will be worship and a very important message from Pastor Michael Coe about the realities we now face at each of our Sunday services streamed online.

Wednesday Night/Mid-week Service

Our weekly Wednesday night Bible study, is a mid-week service hosted by Pastor Michael Coe, LIVE on our Facebook page and YouTube page. A midweek service that provides the opportunity to spend time in the Word of God to enrich your life, and bring you to a higher level of living, as we get into the scriptures to receive life-changing teaching from God's Word! 

Realize your generosity matters.

We know that many of you give regularly in our weekly offering time as an act of response and worship to what God has done for you. Please be diligent about keeping up with your regular giving. Now is as good of a time as ever to check out our digital giving platform called Tithley. For those that choose, you can still mail your donations to PO Box 38, Clover, SC 29710 or contact the church office by phone at (803) 675-7824 to arrange for a personal pickup.

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UPDATE:  Saturday, March 28, 2020

Wednesday Night/Mid-week Service

Our weekly Wednesday night Bible study, is a mid-week service hosted by Pastor Michael Coe, LIVE on our Facebook page and YouTube page. A midweek service that provides the opportunity to spend time in the Word of God to enrich your life, and bring you to a higher level of living, as we get into the scriptures to receive life-changing teaching from God's Word! 
 

 

 

 

ORIGINAL:  Wednesday, March 18, 2020

 

Liberty Family,

I want to update you on what's happening at Clover Liberty in light of the COVID-19 virus that is impacting our communities. Like you, we here at Clover Liberty have been following this evolving story and recommendations published by state and national public health authorities. We have been in much prayer for God to show us how to face the challenges posed by the new coronavirus.

 

Our Traditional mid-week worship service is now a mid-week prayer service for the foreseeable future.

 

We understand that church isn't something that you can't cancel. It's what happens whenever ordinary people show the world the good news of Jesus. To that end, our traditional mid-week worship service will now become a mid-week prayer service until further notice. Those who wish to gather here at Clover Liberty for a time of prayer are encouraged to be here each Wednesday night between 7 pm - 8:30 pm. As Christians, we turn to God in times of fear and uncertainty as we do in times of joy and celebration. Please join us weekly as we pray for God's heart of love, mercy, and truth during these times.  

We will be moving all of our Sunday services online for the foreseeable future.


In concordance with current executive orders in place here in the state of South Carolina, we will be moving all of our Sunday services (11 am & 6 pm)  to online ONLY platforms of Facebook and YouTube until further notice.  Join us each Sunday at
11 am and again at 6 pm on either platform. There will be worship and a very important message from Pastor Michael Coe about the realities we now face at each of our Sunday services streamed online. 

Realize your generosity matters.

We know that many of you give regularly in our weekly offering time as an act of response and worship to what God has done for you. Please be diligent about keeping up with your regular giving. Now is as good of a time as ever to check out our digital giving platform called Tithley. For those that choose, you can still mail your donations to PO Box 38, Clover, SC 29710 or contact the church office by phone at (803) 675-7824 to arrange for a personal pickup.

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