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Coronavirus Response Statement


Updated 3/13/2020 4:00PM

To our valued ministry family, Yesterday morning Riverside County released an order to cancel all meetings of 250 people and above. Due to logistical limitations that prevent us from being able to adjust to this news, and our desire to support our local and state government, we are closing all-conference and retreat activity until April 13th. The County order is mandated through April 30th. This means we will be monitoring the situation to determine if the virus activity lessens enough for the county to rescind this order and allows us to resume activity before the end of April. If not, we will continue our cancelation until the county feels it is safe to resume normal operations. It is a very fluid situation, and we will be monitoring it closely. We are grateful for your support and partnership. We will be working with our groups toward a resolution that glorifies God and meets the needs of our church family and the community.

Our mission at Murrieta Hot Springs is to be an extension of the Church by supporting the working and equipping of the body to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ. We understand that our ability to continue this work is only possible if the environment we create is safe, accommodating, and welcoming.

In light of the recent emergence of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and the seasonal flu, we are determined to prioritize the safety concerns of our guests, students, and staff. Our facility has always maintained a priority of cleanliness and sanitation; however, we are actively seeking counsel and recommendation from the Riverside County Department of Public Health, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and the World Health Organization (WHO) to ensure that our practices exceed the current recommendations. The facility is taking extensive measures to provide peace of mind and mitigate risk of exposure. A few of these measures include:

  • Sanitizing the facility daily using recommended, concentrated, antibacterial cleaning solution.
  • Using gloves to serve out all food to minimize the spread of any possible germs.
  • Prohibiting under-the-weather staff from working.
  • Training our staff on recommended hygiene and exposure prevention practices.
  • Identifying and stocking specific areas of quarantine should the need arise.

In addition, our Safety Committee is working to develop a detailed plan of action in the event that any member of our campus community is exposed to or contracts the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). We will keep you informed of any important new information as it becomes available. Your safety and well-being is our first priority and we are taking steps to ensure our best efforts to keep this facility a happy, healthy, and safe environment focused on drawing close to God.

For your convenience, the phone number of our local public health agency is included below, along with the official websites of the CDC and the California Department of Public Health.

We look forward to our continued partnership and are hopeful of a result that glorifies Him. For an official statement from our parent church, Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa, please go to www.calvarychapelcostamesa.com.

“The LORD bless you and keep you; the LORD make His face shine upon you, and be gracious to you; the LORD lift up His countenance upon you, and give you peace.” – Numbers 6:24-26 (NKJV)

In His service,
The MHS Staff