Church Information & Recommendations Regarding COVID19
All church related events (including Sunday services), programming and meetings are canceled until further notice. This includes off-site events as well, such as small group gatherings greater than ten persons.
In both a desire to care well for our community and to submit to our governing authorities, we are going to lay down some of our freedoms during this time of heightened concern for our community. No one knows how long this time will be, but we will be taking things a week at a time for now.
If you have need of assistance, please contact the church office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will address those as we are able to do so. Also, remember to contact Bev Campbell for prayer chain requests by email at email@example.com.
Even though so much is changing for us, our God doesn’t change and neither does our purpose. Our mission is still demonstrating Christ’s love as we grow in unity as His family, in maturity as His body and in spreading new life as His disciples. We encourage you to be thoughtful, caring and creative in how you live that out at this time.
Technology is a great tool for us to help with some of this. Sunday services will be available on our website each Sunday morning. Other content will be added during the week as well. These things are a blessing, but they are not sufficient for us, and we encourage you to be mindful of those who won’t have access to our website. We will be looking for ways to keep them connected as well. Beyond that, we implore you to be faithful in prayer. Be intentional in reaching out to others over the phone or finding other ways to connect. Look for needs that you are still able to meet.
Above all, draw near to the Lord and gain strength from His Spirit and from His Word. Isaiah 41:10 – “Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.”
Please check back for updated information We also recommend that you take proper precautions in line with what is being advised at cdc.gov,