C3 Church calls up Gov. Justice’s Office, gets the OK to continue services at Oglebay

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C3 Church, a non-denominational church based in Wheeling, W.Va. will continue to hold Sunday services at 10 a.m. at the 1400-seat Oglebay Ampitheater. The church building is located at the foot of Oglebay Hill.

Pastor Adam Mick said the move is in compliance with mandates by Governor Justice.

We want to work WITH the government officials, we don’t want to be against them. And we do want to put safety as a top priority for our people, along with gathering and worshiping, which we’ve been able to do.Several people that have expressed to us how grateful they are, because it’s something they’ve been longing.There’s been a lot of loneliness and isolation.

Adam Mick, Pastor at C3

Mick said, “We have had discussions with the Governor’s office today and have been assured by his staff that we are complying fully with all the guidance set forth for churches.  The only thing that they emphasized was that masks must be worn in close quarters and that social distancing be maintained throughout the time together.”

Now, if you feel the stressful times on your shoulders, C3’s pastor encourages viewers to look to the churches that are putting your spiritual and physical well-being at the forefront.

The church is not doing its typical programming during this time, but resources for students and children can be found at C3StudentsWheeling.com and C3KidsWheeling.com.

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