After much thought, prayer, and careful consideration with feedback from church leaders, we have decided to cancel regular in-person worship services and all church events through April 10, 2020. This decision is based not on fear but rather a feeling of social responsibility and protection of our higher risk population in accordance with the most recent recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
- Sunday In-Person Worship Services Suspended Through April 10 (including Good Friday service)
- Pastor Brian and Christine Kyhn will record a weekly service to include a prayer, music, and sermon which will be posted on our web site and Facebook. We will email everyone to notify them of its availability as well as a bulletin you can print at home. If you would like a CD to listen to at home, notify the office and we will mail you a copy.
- Lenten Bible Study Course on Wednesdays Cancelled
We hope to offer a new Bible study this summer.
- Choir Rehearsals through April 10
In light of the newest CDC guidelines limiting gatherings to less than 10 people, we have made the difficult decision to cancel choir practice. This also means we need to cancel our Good Friday Cantata service.
Church boards and committee meetings planned during this crisis MAY continue to take place under the discretion of the individual board chair. We recognize that we are a community of higher-risk individuals. Please use your own judgement about attending any meetings during this time.
The church office will remain open Monday – Thursday 8 AM – 1 PM for any of your individual needs and prayers. You may contact us at 623-977-4241, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit in person, if necessary, for any needs. Contributions may be mailed to the church or you can make a one-time or recurring donation online. You may also drop them off in person during office hours. If you would like pre-addressed mailing labels to be sent to you, contact the office.
Please pray for
those around the world who have been infected and affected by COVID-19 and pray
that this uncertain time may be an occasion for Gospel proclamation.