Service Times:

Sundays:    11:00 a.m.  &  6:00 p.m.

Wednesdays:  6:00 p.m.

COVID  –  19

May 20, 2020

Dear Church Family,

We will be conducting our worship service this Sunday, May 24th, as we have for the past two months. We will broadcast the Sunday School lessons at 10:00 on the cable and radio. The worship service will be broadcast at 11:00 on cable and radio and streamed on Facebook Live.

On Sunday May 31st, we are planning to open the sanctuary for worship. If you are at high risk of being affected by the virus, have any symptoms that are abnormal for you, or just don’t feel comfortable returning, please do not come. Don’t feel guilty for not coming. Do what is best for you, those you take care of, and those you will be coming in contact with. We will still continue to broadcast as we have been so you can still tune in.

If you do feel comfortable enough to come, we will have two worship services. One service will be at 9:00 a. m. This service will be strictly for senior adults (65+) and people who are keeping themselves isolated for the most part during the week. This service will be a little more traditional.

The second service will be at 11:00 a.m. It is for young adults, including adults that are out in the public more, youth and children. This service will be a little more contemporary. There will be no nursery provided.

We have been encouraged by medical personnel to wear masks and to practice social distancing. You will be asked to hand sanitize when you enter and also instructed on where to sit. Please don’t shake hands or give hugs. There will be no bulletins given out or offering plates passed. There will be a designated place for you to give your offering. Our goal is to make things as safe as possible. The vestibule (foyer) and the sanctuary will be the only places accessible. We want to stay healthy as we begin to worship together again. Sunday School Literature will be available for pick-up as well.

More instructions and guidelines will be given in days to come and as you arrive. Thanks for your patience, cooperation, and most of all your faithfulness. Hope to see you soon.

In Christ’s Love,

Bro. Travis