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ReMarks 6/4/20

       

Well, it’s been a long while, but we finally are going to begin to re-establish worship together in our building! I know we are ready for this so here is some information that will help us beginning June 7th.

Sunday Morning 10:55 worship will be for folks over 50 years old. This will be live-streamed on Facebook. Doors will open at 10:30.

Sunday Evening 5:00 worship will be for Young people and Young adults up to 50 years old. This can include their children and families will be seated together at the recommended distance from others in attendance. This will be a duplicate of the Morning service. Doors will open at 4:30

The Worship Center and bathrooms in the foyer will be the only part of the building open. All worshippers will enter through the main doors, then directed to your seats by signage in the Worship Center. We request that you wear a mask at least until you are seated. Once the service is over, Worshippers will depart by rows through the door on the Northeast end of the Worship Center. There will be no childcare offered. Families will need to decide if they want to bring little ones to the service or if parents want to alternate Sundays and one of the parents stays home with the little guys. I encourage you to have this conversation and make your plans now.

The building will be completely sanitized after each service. Social spacing will be practiced by everyone which means 6 foot spacing between people outside a family unit. Please wear your own mask but if you don’t, one will be available at the building. We will also have hand sanitizer stations set up. We ask that everyone help us keep distance in the bathrooms by only having one person or one family unit in them at a time. Of course, we want to encourage everyone to practice good hygiene by keeping your hands washed.

I know we’re huggers and hand shakers, but until we get through Phase 3, we’re asking that you refrain from that not only for your own sake but for the sake of others. There will be greeters at the door that will help you to your seat as you arrive. Be sure to cooperate with them.

Lastly, I want to leave a link for you to follow that presents, on my view, a very balanced article concerning the current racial unrest in our country. I ask you to read it, pray about it, and consider things in your own heart for which you need to repent. Spiritual issues have spiritual remedies. 

https://growingleaders.com/blog/how-do-we-respond-to-george-floyd-murder/?mc_cid=892aa7aa87&mc_eid=2fd6fcd3be

Grateful for You,

Pastor Mark

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