Concerning the Coronavirus:
A Message from Pastor Mike Reece regarding our public worship services as well as our response to the Coronavirus outbreak:
As a church we want to be careful and diligent in our response, while at the same time we want to remember that God’s word declares that we have not been given a spirit of fear, but of confident trust and reliance on Him.
That being said, we are continuing our Sunday morning worship services. We do express to you our desire that if you are sick or not feeling well or even concerned about picking up a sickness in public settings we urge you to stay home. Additionally we want to remind you of common sense safety procedures. We all want to make sure that we avail ourselves of proper hand hygiene. We also want to avoid direct personal contact, such as hugs and shaking hands. We stopped these practices some time ago, before the outbreak of the Coronavirus.
In addition, we want you to know that there is plenty of seating space in our sanctuary. If you have concerns about your family sitting close to other people during our service, be assured that we have ample space for you to put distance between yourselves and other families. No one will be offended or be hurt by this.
I remain confident that we will get through this challenging time by God’s grace and with his help. Though we may experience some inconveniences, we will remain strong, confident, and we will trust in the grace and sufficiency of Almighty God.
We look forward to worshiping with you tomorrow morning and if you are unable to come to church we will be praying for you and ask that you pray for us. may God‘s rich blessings be yours.
The best and latest information COVID-19 can be found on the CDC website:
Here is some useful information from that site concerning protecting your home, school, business or workplace: