Living in Difficult Times – living in the shadow of COVID-19
In mid May it was good to see smiling faces again at our Sunday service for the first time in a long time. We relaxed our facemask requirement to be consistent with the new CDC recommendations and the governor’s statements. So vaccinated people can go without a facemask and sit wherever they want.
However, other pandemic countermeasures will continue to be in effect at the present time – Communion with individual portions during the worship time , no passing the basket for the offering, numerous hand sanitizer stations, facemasks available at the church entrance for those who want them, a touchless thermometer at the church entrance for those who want to use it, and the sanctuary exhaust fan will continue to bring in fresh air.
Some of these will change as time goes on.
For now, KidZone will continue to have both in-person and online options.
If you are uncomfortable going into an environment where a facemask is not a requirement for everyone, please feel welcome to join the Zoom call. We will continue to honor, respect and love everyone.
We are continuing to pray for protection from the coronavirus. God is our refuge.
We gather both in-person and online at 10 am on Sunday. (See “Link to the next event” below.)
We are no longer offering KidZoom online. KidZone is now in the classrooms in the back on our lower level, taking place during the sermon time.
“But you, O Lord, are a shield about me,
my glory, and the lifter of my head.
I cried aloud to the Lord,
and he answered me from his holy hill.”
To see the messages for the current sermon series, visit our current sermon series page by clicking here.
Link to the next event.
The service will continue to be accessible online. But for security purposes we will no longer publish an invitation to the next online event. Only those who are invited will be able to attend. If you want to receive an invitation, click here.