Dear Church Family,

I want to thank you for your patience, prayers, and support over these past several weeks as we have been socially distancing and worshipping remotely.  Your Facebook comments and emails show that we are a stronger congregation.  You have encouraged the life of the church through virtually worshipping with us, by maintaining your financial support, and in your tremendous support to our mission of the month, the local food bank.

We will still be worshipping remotely at 10:00 am each Sunday through Facebook Live and meeting through Zoom each Tuesday and Friday for morning devotions until further notice.

And now some great news…

We will be ADDING an outdoor Sunday morning worship service at 9:00 am beginning June 28th.

WHAT TO EXPECT: When you arrive, make your way to the new fenced in the side yard and an usher will take your name and contact information… just in case we have to contact you.

BRING: Please bring your own towels, blankets, and chairs to sit on.

WEATHER: If the weather looks questionable, we will communicate cancellations by Facebook, on the church website, and through group emails. You may want to bring an umbrella if it mildly rains or drizzles.

FACEMASKS: Because this is an outdoor service, facemasks are strongly recommended. Please respect others by physical distancing by at least with 6 feet of separation.     

CHILDREN AND SUNDAY SCHOOL: We will have a children’s message and response sheets available, like coloring sheets, mazes, word searches, etc.

HELP: In order to pull this off we need help setting up, breaking down, watching out for the children, ushering, etc. Please contact Pastor Lou and John Linfante.

BATHROOMS: The restrooms will be open – one person at a time.

Access will be via the office doors and access to other parts of the building will be blocked off.  If you need to access the restrooms through the ramp an usher will help out.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Pastor Lou or a member of Consistory. 

May God richly bless you and keep you in God’s own care!

Pastor Lou