We Worship In-Person @ 10:30 am and Online @ 9 am

These have been extraordinary days.  Our thoughts and prayers have been with our healthcare workers, doctors, nurses, and frontline emergency personnel as COVID has swept our country.  As a church we have been mindful to do what is best for our community in gathering for worship.  Fortunately we are blessed to be able to worship both in person and online.  Those who are comfortable can gather on Sunday mornings.  Those who are not comfortable gathering with large groups can worship online.

 

Our ONLINE WORSHIP experience begins at 9 am on Sunday morning. You can join us on VimeoYou Tube, and Facebook .

 

Our IN PERSON WORSHIP experience begins at 10:30 am.  Adult Community groups will meet at 9:15 am.  You can find out what groups are meeting by clicking HERE.

 

We’ll continue to use the Bible App Events platform so anyone can follow along with the sermon, see the scripture, and join us for a bible reading plan.

 

We encourage everyone to give electronically (Online and Text), mail checks to the office, or drop off your tithe and offerings at the church during business hours.   We appreciate your faithfulness as we continue to pay the church’s monthly bills and work of the Kingdom continues.

 

While here in the building, we will be following county guidelines:

  • If you are sick or not felling well, please stay home (even the slightest of symptoms).

  • Wear your mask (over your mouth and nose) from your car to your seat in the sanctuary/classroom and from your seat back to your car following service. Please wear your mask while moving around inside the building.

  • Offering plates and communion elements can be found on the high top tables as you enter the sanctuary.

  • Please observe six foot distancing guidelines while in the building.

  • Please do not hug, shake hands, or fist bump with anyone. Verbal greetings only are most appropriate during this time.

  • Please refrain from wandering around the facility. This cuts down on the areas needing to be sanitized the next week.

  • Please leave the building immediately after service and reserve fellowship for the parking lot.

All of these protocols are meant to help keep one another safe during this time. Our county continues to show a high COVID scorecard rating. But the Church Board feels we can navigate through worship without exposing others if we take precautions.

We encourage you to check on your neighbor.   We need to love one another, encourage each other, take care of one another.  In the darkness is when the light shines brightest.  Be a bright light for Christ in these days.

Know that you are loved!  May God watch over and keep us all as we live for Him in this fractured world.  May His peace and grace settle over your life today!

In His Grace & Power,

Pastor Bryan