We are cautiously resuming in-person worship this Sunday, June 28th at 11:00 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Worship will be different since we last worshipped together on March 8th. Our world has changed so much since then, and things continue to evolve. Here are some of the things you need to know as we re-launch in-person worship:
First: If you are sick for any reason, stay home. If you are in a high risk group or if you aren’t comfortable returning just yet, we also encourage you to stay home. You can continue watching the service live at 11:00 a.m. each Sunday or whenever you want via our Facebook page or this website.
Second: Expect to wear a mask, bring your own or one will be provided for you; social distance from others not in your household at all times; apply hand sanitizer as you come and go from the Fellowship Hall. It’s all about loving your neighbor as yourself!
Third: The service will be different. It will be shorter, about 30 minutes, including the message. (I’ve never heard anyone complain about the sermon being too short!) There won’t be congregational singing, but David and Linda along with some others will be sharing instrumental music, hymns and special music each week, from a distance. Also, the offering plate won’t be passed, but there will be an offering station near the door where you can place your tithes and offerings.
Each week the chairs, tables, equipment, bathrooms, etc. will be disinfected.
It is going to be different as we prayerfully, carefully and safely resume worshipping God together. We will make adjustments and adapt as needed.
Prayers for our world as we go through the struggles of this time!
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