As of November 29, and in response to the recommendation of Bishop McAlilly, we will be suspending in-person worship until January, at which time we will reassess our local situation. We will continue virtual worship. This difficult decision was made with the intent of doing our part to lessen the burden on health care workers in our communities and to help lower the risk.
From Pastor Jimmy: I have enjoyed our small in-person worship services and I am so grateful for those who have worked so hard to make them possible. I look forward to the day when we can all worship together in person again safely. For now we are going to continue to offer virtual worship, and concentrate on serving our community, including stuffing the bus for RITI, and growing in our faith.
In an effort to lower the increasing prevalence of covid-19 in our community and in response to the recommendation of Bishop McAlilly in November, the Trustees have decided to suspend all in-person meetings in our facility until at least January. The Trustees will reassess the situation at their January 8 meeting. We are deeply sorry for the inconvenience and ask for your patience as we all attempt to care for each other. We love being in relationship with you and hope that you will join us in helping to reduce the risk in our community.