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This form will email a request to the building scheduler (webmaster@CypressStakeSchedule.com). It does not guarantee your reservation.

Your reservation will be confirmed via email after it has been reviewed by the scheduler.

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Last name:
Email address:
Phone:
Ward:
Activity Group:
Requested date: repeating occurrences
Start time
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I have reviewed the Scheduling Guidelines
I have reviewed the Building Usage Protocol
I have reviewed the Safety & Security Procedures
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Cypress Stake Center 2014 Schedule

Agent Bishop:

Frank Fults [ffults@gmail.com] (Lakewood)

Building PFR:

Cory Smith

Building Scheduler:

webmaster@CypressStakeSchedule.com


Sundays -- Sacrament Meeting Schedule

9:00am

to

12:00pm

--

Lakewood Ward

11:00am

to

2:00pm

--

Longwood Ward

1:00pm

to

4:00pm

--

Tomball Ward


Tuesdays -- Enrichment Night

1st

- Tuesday -

Longwood Ward

2nd

- Tuesday -

Tomball Ward

3rd

- Tuesday -

Lakewood Ward


Wednesdays -- Young Men / Young Women

Cultural Hall Assignments

1st

- Wednesday -

Lakewood Ward

2nd

- Wednesday -

Tomball Ward

3rd

- Wednesday -

Longwood Ward

4th & 5th

- Wednesday -

As assigned at the beginning of the year by the bishops. see Calendar

Other Rooms

All rooms are assigned to a ward on Wednesday night. These assignments apply from the afternoon through 9pm. If a ward, for example, holds Cub Scouts before YM/YW, the ward is responsible to coordinate the use of their assigned rooms for that night.

Lakewood: 101,102,103,116,117,Primary

Longwood: 113, 114, 118, 119, RS, Chapel Overflow

Tomball: 104,105,106,107,108,109,115


Activities Scheduling Preference

1st

- Full week of month -

Lakewood Ward

2nd

- Full week of month -

Tomball Ward

3rd

- Full week of month -

Longwood Ward

4th

- Full week of month -

Open

5th

- Week of month -

Open

Note: All weeks are open for scheduling on the 15th day of the prior month. "1st full week" begins on the 1st Sunday of the month. "4th full week" may run into the next month.


Building Clean Up

January / April / July / October

- Longwood Ward

February / May / August / November

- Lakewood Ward

March / June / September / December

- Tomball Ward


Baptism Schedule

2nd Saturday. Each ward schedules times with the building scheduler. Aim to schedule adjacent times.


Chapel Use for Ward Choir Practice (4:30pm - 5:30pm on Sunday)

January / April / July / October

- Longwood Ward

February / May / August / November

- Tomball Ward

March / June / September / December

- Lakewood Ward


Additional Guidelines

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Guidelines for use of the Cypress Stake Center

The following is taken from the "Church Handbook of Instructions for Meetinghouses and other Church Property". Remember that this is the Lord's house. We appreciate your efforts to maintain the cleanliness and beauty of this building.


Appropriate Uses of Meetinghouse Facilities

Meetinghouses are dedicated for purposes of worship, religious instruction, and Church-related activities. Other uses of meetinghouses are discouraged. Meetinghouse properties are not to be used for commercial or political purposes of any kind. Such use could disqualify these properties from their tax exempt status.

Church Standards

Standards of dress and conduct are expected to be complied with at your activity. Please make sure your non-member guests understand these standards. In particular, youth attending stake dances and other activities should make sure their guests comply with currently adopted dress standards. For other adult activities such as weddings and receptions, please help your guests understand that smoking is not permitted on church property.

Energy Conservation

The Church incurs substantial utility costs for meetinghouses. Priesthood leaders should ensure that lighting, heating, and air conditioning are used as economically as possible. Please make sure you have someone in charge of checking the building to lock the windows and turn off the lights at the conclusion of your activity.

Scheduling

Scheduling the use of meetinghouse helps priesthood leaders maintain order and provide building security. Meetings, activities, and events should be scheduled well in advance. The Cypress Stake center is available for members of the Cypress Texas Stake only. Members outside of the stake should make arrangements for building use within the stake in which they reside.

Use of Meetinghouse Rooms

The planned function of a meetinghouse does not permit specific rooms to be reserved for the sole and exclusive use of individuals or organizations. Though rooms are often designated for certain main functions, they should not be restricted to those purposes only.

Meetinghouse Use and Care

Note: As a general rule, tables, chairs and other furnishings may not be removed from the building for off-site activities. Any person requesting an exception to this guideline must have written endorsement from their bishop, and final approval by the agent bishop.

Serving Area (Kitchen)

The serving area in Church meetinghouses is not intended for food preparation or cooking unless it is part of a lesson, a demonstration, or other instruction. When food is to be served in the building or on the grounds, it should be prepared elsewhere and brought to the meetinghouse where it may be kept warm or cold until it is served. Dishwashers, microwave ovens, and portable roasters are not authorized for meetinghouse serving areas.

Cultural Hall

Decorating the cultural hall can be a time consuming, stressful experience. Adherence to the following guidelines will help make your activity run more smoothly:

All of the above guidelines also apply to reserving and using the Pavilion. Let's keep it Clean!

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Emergency, Safety, and Security Procedures

Everyone who uses Church meetinghouses should care about the safety of others and should protect the meetinghouse, which represent a substantial investment of sacred Church funds. The following guidelines can help leaders follow appropriate emergency, safety, and security procedures.

Fire Prevention

The risk of a fire can be lessened if all who use the meetinghouse take reasonable measures to minimize fire hazards, such as:

Safety

Meetinghouses should be reasonably free from unsafe conditions. Church leaders should:

Security and Lockup Procedures

Leaders, teachers, and members can help protect meetinghouses by taking every opportunity to ensure building security. Follow a stake-established schedule for meetinghouse closing times (our normal schedule is to lock the building at 10:00pm) unless prior approval has been arranged.

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