We are gearing up for this Sunday morning and want to share with you what you can expect.
There will be 2 services for the next two weeks at 9am and 10:30am. Please contact the church
office (email@example.com) if you would like to attend on campus. We will need to know
how many from your household will be attending and which service you prefer. There is seating
for about 70 in the worship center at this time. This arrangement allows us to keep a healthy
distance while gathering together. Please let us know if you will be attending ASAP.
Your assistance in signing up allows us to make arrangements to utilize our facilities to the best
of our ability right now. Seating for our guests will be prioritized as well. The restrooms will be
opened, along with the Mother’s room located in the west wing. A changing table is located in
the conference room and a TV monitor has been placed on the balcony for anyone needing to
leave the service for any reason. Greeters will be available to assist during the services.
You are welcome to bring coffee with you. The tables in the sanctuary are really convenient for
holding your Bible, notebooks and drinks. Ms. Laura has contacted families who might be
interested in a “Praise Pack” for children attending services on campus. Please respond with
your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. These will be found on your table as you arrive.
Parking will be on the east lot again this week. A cleaning team has volunteered to sanitize
contact points, tables and chairs between services. We will continue to live-stream the 10:30am
service for all those who will gather together at home. If there is difficulty with the live-stream,
we will send a text message announcing the challenge. Regardless, the service will be recorded
and posted on Sunday afternoon.
Thank you so much for your patience and understanding as we move forward in celebrating our
great God together. It is His grace that we walk in as we boldly let our community, county and
state know that the church is here and ready to care during times of need.
Loving you all much,
Pastors Bob and John