As we continue to be vigilant and faithful in our commitment to loving one another and our neighbors, here is the latest plan until further notice.
We will gather for worship only, with modifications to limit physical contact.
We will not meet for small groups or fellowship time.
All “vulnerable” populations are asked to remain at home.
Anyone who is exhibiting symptoms of an illness is asked to stay home.
For those who are remaining at home, we will stream the worship service live from our Facebook page.
We will not meet physically – but we will gather virtually in a modified worship service. Look for more information in the coming days about how we will gather.
We will continue to monitor the situation and communicate our plans for April as we know them.
The church office will be closed or greatly limited. You can still reach us by email, or by cell phone.
We will limit physical visits to hospitals, long-term care facilities, and retirement communities. I encourage all of us to reach out to one another through phone calls, texts, emails, and snail mail. Please let us know if there are ways in which you need support while we must be physically away from one another.
Suspending our activities is driven out of a call to love our more vulnerable neighbor. We do this in solidarity and out of an abundance of faith, hope, and love.