Important Info!!!

Please accept our apologies that we have not been able to keep up with updates as well as we would like this past week as we have been working hard to get the church ready for in-person services. We spent most of this weekend putting the final touches on our live-streaming equipment installation and testing, and we are happy to report that initial tests point to a successful launch of live-streaming our entire services beginning tomorrow!!!

Now for some other things we want to make sure you know ...

Don't forget that in-person services begin tomorrow at 11:00 am!!! Please remember to bring a mask and wear it in common areas. If you do not have a mask, or you forget yours, we have limited supply available. Also, refrain from hand-shaking and hugging. Please sit only in pews that are unmarked so we can properly practice social distancing. If you can't join us in person, join our livestream on Facebook.

Remember, no KidCo tomorrow, but we do have coloring sheets and crayons available for the kids. Just pick them up in the lobby on your way in.

For those of you who are interested in a Bible Study on finding peace in troubles times, you are invited to join us on Wednesday mornings at 7:00 a.m. on Zoom. You can find more information and/or register for the Bible study here. You will receive the meeting link in your registration email. This is a great opportunity to spend some time in the Bible learning about God's peace, but it is also an opportunity to discuss with others.

We have a few very important prayer requests to share this weekend as well ...

- Carol Young had back surgery this week, and she continues to recover in the hospital from a successful procedure. Please keep Carol and John in your prayers as the long road to recovery begins.

- For those of you who remember Brian Koch, he was recently admitted to the hospital and diagnosed with a very rare form of cancer. Please keep Brian, his wife, Donna and their family in your prayers.

- Robert Hughes had surgery this week in an attempt to clear some cancer from his body. Unfortunately, the surgery doesn't appear to have been successful, and Robert's prognosis is not good. Please remember Robert physically and emotionally as he struggles not only with health concerns but the loneliness that results from the COVID-19 situation and the weight of a poor health prognosis.

Thank you for praying faithfully for each person who calls this church home. We look forward to seeing you all tomorrow, whether in-person or online!

Pastor Brian


 

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