Regathering FAQs




Do I need to register to attend a service?

Because we have limited seating, pre-registration is required to attend.  Registration opens Tuesdays at 4pm.

What if I need to cancel my reservation?

If you are no longer able to attend, please be sure to cancel your reservation through the “cancel online” link in your registration confirmation email as soon as possible so we can reassign your spot to someone on our waitlist.

What are the service times?

The in-person and livestream services are at 10:00 am.

Will there be a live sermon or music?

The hosting and preaching will be live; the worship music will be pre-recorded.

Will there be singing?

Singing or loud talking is not allowed inside our Worship Center. We ask that you worship with your hands and quiet voices during our worship songs.

Are face coverings required?

Face coverings are required over your nose and mouth at ALL times while on campus, including children ages 2 and above. Please be aware that our host and preacher will speak without face coverings to communicate with people who are hearing impaired.

Will there still be an online experience?

We know some people are unable to join us in-person, so we are committed to continuing our livestream broadcast.

Will coffee and food be available?

Food and beverages are not permitted on Sundays at this time. Water bottles with straws are permitted, but face coverings cannot be removed when consuming.

Will bathrooms be open?

Bathrooms will be open but will be single occupancy, so availability will be limited. Bathrooms will be cleaned before, during, and after each service.

What cleaning measures will be in place?

Our facilities staff has added additional cleaning measures that include frequently disinfecting surfaces and spaces. Hand sanitizer stations are situated throughout our campus. Water fountains, food, and beverages will not be available at this time. Bibles, hymnals, papers, and pencils are not available in the Worship Center.

Am I at risk?

COVID-19 is still circulating in our community. While we will follow county guidelines, one hundred people gathering indoors for an hour is a higher-risk activity, especially if you are older or have health conditions that could increase the severity of COVID-19.

What if there is a positive diagnosis?

We will notify attendees through email if someone has tested positive for COVID-19.

For contact tracing purposes, all attendees will be required to authorize PBC to share their contact information with Santa Clara County in the event there is a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19 among attendees following the event. By registering, PBC is obligated to share your contact information with the County for contact tracing purposes if someone at our worship service later tests positive for COVID-19.