Join us for worship @ 1oam

In-person and on YOUTUBE

We are happy to welcome you back to in-person worship. Please note, that the following restrictions are in place:

• worship services have no attendance limit, attendees are asked to continue pre-registering, but walk-ups are allowed and you will simply be asked to provide your name and number at the door

• upon arrival, symptom checks will continue and hand sanitizer will be provided

• masks are required for everyone 12 and up

• chairs will remain spaced and attendees will be asked to maintain physical distancing from other households, socializing will be encouraged outdoors in the parking lot given lack of space in the lobby

• congregational singing will be allowed, music teams will be instructed they are allowed to lead 4 songs to maintain a moderate service length in line with provincial recommendations, and interior doors will remain open

• Communion will be celebrated on the 4th Sunday using individually wrapped elements that can be picked up by attendees upon entering

Questions to ask yourself and that you will be asked by a greeter at the door:

Do you have ANY signs/symptoms of respiratory illness?

• Fever or chills

• Cough

• Loss of sense of smell or taste

• Difficulty breathing

• Sore throat

• Loss of appetite

• Extreme fatigue or tiredness

• Headaches

• Body aches

• Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea

Have you travelled outside of Canada within the last 14 days?

Have you been identified by Public Health as a close contact of someone with Covid-19?

Have you been told to isolate by Public Health?

Anyone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 should arrange testing and self-isolate.

A Self-Assessment Tool has also been developed to assess your symptoms:

Is anyone in your immediate family unwell?

Please stay home and watch the service online if anyone you have regular contact with is unwell.

workplace saftey plan

In order to reduce the number of people/volunteers in the building, we have work-from-home arrangements, virtual meetings, and are limiting the number of visitors to the building.


-All workers must stay home when sick or have any symptoms.

-Anyone who has had symptoms of COVID-19 in the last 10 days must self-isolate at home.

-Anyone who has been identified by Public Health as a close contact of someone with COVID-19. Anyone directed by Public Health to self-isolate.

-Anyone who has arrived from outside of Canada must self-isolate for 14 days and monitor for symptoms.


Common areas:

-We have established and posted occupancy limits for common areas.

-While in common areas or where physical distancing cannot be met, masks will be worn.

-Frequent handwashing after touching common areas and surfaces like doorknobs, light switches, photocopier, handrails, shared tables, desks and using washrooms.

-Workers should wipe down doorknobs, light switches, photocopier, shared tables and desks if used.



-Cleaning protocols are in place and workers who are cleaning have received adequate training and materials and have the proper cleaning and disinfecting supplies needed.

-Cleaning and disinfecting the building takes place daily before and after use.

Common areas and surfaces are cleaned and disinfected before and after usage daily.  These include doorknobs, light switches, photocopier, handrails, shared tables, desks and washrooms.

Our staff

  • Rev. Kelli sexton


    Kelli is a native of Michigan, and moved to Nanaimo July of 2018 when she began working at Christ Community Church. Kelli loves meeting with people for coffee and hearing what God is doing in their lives and how she can come alongside them on their journey. She has a black lab puppy, Layla, and together they enjoy exploring the parks and trails on the island.

  • Lynnsey hough

    church administrator

    Lynnsey moved to Nanaimo in 1992 and has been on staff at Christ Community Church since 1995. Lynnsey is married to Murray and they have two adult sons. As church administrator she is passionate about serving others and helping the church run smoothly. In her spare time she enjoys the walking and hiking trails on Vancouver Island. 

  • Murray hough


    Murray moved to Nanaimo in 1992 and has been on staff since 2003. He is known for his tennis background and shiny, clean floor! Murray taught tennis as a teaching profession in Florida for 15+ years and on Vancouver Island for 25. He is an avid golfer as well.