This morning our worship link is to our first ever streaming service.
The service you watch this morning is happening live at 10am on Sunday.
Above is the link to our service.
Below is the PDF of the Order of Service.
Please click on the link and document to view it in its entirety.
Details about attending worship are on the Forecaster, in the E-News, and below.
If you have any further questions at all, please contact the church office or drop us an email.
God Bless,Chris and the Staff
How to attend Worship at 10am on October 25th
If you would like to attend worship on the 25th at 10 am, you will need to call the office between Monday, October 19th and Thursday, October 22nd, to make a reservation with Martha Hight. When you call, Martha will ask you to respond to these questions:
1. Have you or anyone in their household tested positive forCOVID in the past 14 days?
2. Have you or anyone in your household been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for COVID in the past 14 days?
3. Are you waiting on results of a COVID test?
4. Have you had a fever, a cough, loss of taste/smell or shortness of breath in the last 14 days?
You must be able to answer questions 1-4 with a “NO”. You must also be willing to take your temperature at home on Sunday Morning to make sure you are not running a fever and you must be willing to wear a mask while at the church. These are not negotiable, and we trust you will understand why.
For those who are unwilling or unable to attend worship in-person, the service will be streamed on our YouTube channel. A recording of the service will be available there shortly after the streamed service ends. You can subscribe to the channel and an email will be sent each Sunday morning with a link to the live-stream and an order of service for the day.
In the coming weeks we hope to expand the number of folks who can attend services and streamline the process for making reservations and attending. If you have any questions about this process, please contact the Deacon Chairman (Andy Archer), Vice-Chairman (Greg Hicks), your deacon, or the church staff. This entire project is a work in progress and we look forward to the ways we learn and grow together by carefully taking these steps as a church.
God Bless,The Logistics Team of the Deacons