A MESSAGE FROM DR. BRIAN ANDERSON:
If there is any “silver lining” to this pandemic period, it is that we have all had opportunities to explore how to do things differently – “to think outside the box”. But, I am delighted to report that we will resume in-person worship services in our sanctuary.
I’m asking for your help and cooperation with special measures we are planning to use in order to do our best to keep each other safe and sound. An outline of all these measures is available by clicking here to download.
We are offering TWO services: 8:30 AM & 10:00 AM. If possible, please contact the church office to RSVP and let us know which service time you prefer so we can try to evenly space out everyone between the two services and keep everyone in the sanctuary by offering the two services instead of one.
So, let’s do everything possible to protect one another while having the privilege of worshiping together again, the people of God gathered in the house of God.
If you are not feeling well, have specific medical concerns that put you at higher risk, or if you are uncertain or anxious about attending worship, please continue to stay home. The Sunday worship service will be recorded and available on our web site and on a DVD/CD on Monday following the Sunday service. We will also continue to provide the Thoughtful Tuesday video message weekly.
The church office is 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. We recognize that we are a community of higher-risk individuals. Please use your own judgement about visiting the office or church services and meetings, and practice social distancing. Face masks are required when inside the building.
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.
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.