As many of you are aware, our California Governor Gavin Newsom, has issued a statewide stay-at-home executive order. This order is effective immediately to mitigate (make less severe, serious, or painful) the spread of the Corona Virus (COVID19) pandemic.
To remain in compliance with our government officials CEC will meet online for the word and worship! That's right, we are shifting our efforts online via live stream, but we are not closed. Our Senior Pastor, David Miller Sutton, has asked that you stay at home for both Sunday Mornings, as well as Wednesday evening Bible Study - both will be available via live stream on Facebook. All other services or meetings such as Brotherhood, Sisterhood, HUGS, Rehearsals, and/or any other gatherings have been suspended until further notice.
Please do not attend unless instructed to do so by our Senior Pastor. We are working to follow the guidelines of no more than ten persons per occupied space. We would like everyone to not only protect your health, but as ministry has called us, to protect the health of those around you by practicing social distancing.
For those who would still like to give their tithes, offering (benevolent and general), or even sow a seed into the pastor, you may make all payment electronically by clicking the "Support Our Ministry" tab above.
We thank you for your continued support and pray for your safety and health during these times.
ABOUT CHRISTIAN ENRICHMENT CENTER
Faith. Passion. Community. Worship. These are the cornerstones behind Christian Enrichment Center, and we approach each day with these in mind. Founded in 2005, CEC is a bible-based church that was established on the ideals of the people of God helping all people created by God. Becoming a church member of CEC means more than joining a church, it means in joining a family who, each day, are devoted to expressing their love and reverence of God.
Come Worship with Us!
Bible Study/Wednesday: 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Sunday School/Sunday: 9:00am - 9:45am
Sunday Morning Service: 10:30am - 12:30pm
"The best way to get out of ourselves, is to pray for someone else.”