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Important Updates 

  • R. Roper

Please read this entire update as it contains information on church services (days and times) that are currently being offered as of 5/13/2020.

  1. Every Wednesday Night, we are doing an “Online” Bible Study at 7 pm ( The teachers and subjects will vary. If you miss the livestream, the teaching will be uploaded within a couple hours so that it can be viewed as a recording.

  2. Friday nights we are hosting a time of prayer in the main sanctuary. The service begins at 6 pm. Now more than any other time in our lifetimes, we need to be a people of prayer. This service will be for prayer only and will not include teaching or preaching. If you have a prayer need you can bring it with you to the meeting, send it in via the website “Prayer Request” link, Email, text, or you can call the church office, Robert, or Serena.

  3. IMPORTANT! Beginning May 17 we will be having three Sunday services.

    1. The 9 am service will not have any children’s services and should be a better service for our older congregants, or folks with health conditions. This service will be livestreamed, so if you are not comfortable being in a crowd, or your health precludes you getting out; please stay home and watch the livestream. If you miss the livestream at 9 am, it will be posted as a recording around 11:00 am. IF YOU ARE SICK, PLEASE STAY HOME!

    2. The 11 am service is for younger families, working folks, and people that do not mind being around others. It will include both Children’s Church, and Nursery. IF YOU ARE SICK, PLEASE STAY HOME!

    3. The 6 pm service will be a less formal service and allow for more interaction. It is call “Leftovers” because the subject is usually based on what may not have been covered during one of the AM services. This service will provide the greatest “distancing” possible as we will utilize both sides of the sanctuary, and there will be less people in attendance.

  1. At all services, we request that you avoid physical contact with others (to the extent that is feasible and reasonable). If just one person gives the virus to just one other person in our church, the tracking and tracing policies that are currently in effect will likely result in a number of people being asked to quarantine and our church services may be suspended by health officials. At this time it is not worth the risk. This is only temporary and I believe we will begin to get back to a more normal atmosphere very soon.

Our goal is to return to the times and services that we offered prior to the COVID-19 event, including Wednesday night services for children and adults, Sunday School, and only one Sunday morning service as soon as possible. Please be patient, and considerate of others during this time.

A small army of people have come together to present the very special story of Passion Week. This service will start at 9:00 am because it is expected to get very hot that day… Please arrive early enough to be parked and settled before 9:00 am. Please dress for an outdoor service, not like you would for church. You are expected to remain in your vehicle, or close by it during the presentation. Sitting outside your vehicle will be fine if you bring a blanket of chairs. Please observe social distancing and greetings that require a handshake or hug. During this service we will receive an offering, and have communion. Please follow the instructions given to parking. Parking will be a particular challenge. While we will have a sound system set up, you will also be able to tune your FM radio to 99.5 to listen better. Restrooms will be available in the Sunday School Building. We will enter through the church parking lot and exit by driving next to the youth house. Once on Edwards you may turn left or right to get back to Joel Blvd.

Beginning May 17 our church will be offering two Sunday morning services. The first service will be at 9:00. This service will not offer children’s ministries (nursery or children’s church). The second service will begin at 11:00 am. This is being done in order to decrease the number of folks attending at the same time. Until we get a chance to see what comes in the coming weeks we are being asked to maintain social distancing. Every other row will be blocked off and we are asking that you sit together with family that you are already in contact with. We should space 2-3 seats between families. If you are older, or have health issues that put you at risk you are advised to remain at home and watch the live-stream. If you are older or at risk and still desire to attend, the 9:00 service will likely be the better service for you. You may wear a mask but they are not expected or required. If you are sick, do not come to church!

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