We’ve spoken about our return to ministry in three phases, with Phase 3 bringing us back to normal ministry operations. Starting the week of September 6, we plan to return to most of our ministry, but in a modified format. We’ll call this, Phase 2.5:
Starting September 6, we will start some of our Sunday 11:00 a.m. ministry in a modified format. Children’s classes will begin again, with Journey Groups for elementary and the Greenhouse for Preschool. Of course, nursery is already open. Sigma and L3inC, our middle school and high school groups, will begin meeting again in the Cave and the Teen House respectively. Emails will be going to families of children and youth with information. For adults, we will offer an elective, “The Life of God,” taught by Greg Fox, hosted in the Fellowship Hall. Registration for this class is now open.
Men, please join us for a seven-week study through the book of Daniel starting September 10. Men will meet in pairs on their own and participate in two whole-group Zoom sessions.
Women, you’re invited to participate in a study through the Psalms. We’ll be using pre-recorded video lessons by our own teachers combined with forty-five minute Zoom small group discussions.
Jesus has been so kind to give us to one another. Livestream is not church, as it does not allow us to fulfill Jesus’ many gracious commands for our mutual encouragement. But for a limited period of time, we will offer a livestream option. The purpose of this livestream is to serve those who cannot join us in person due to coronavirus-related health considerations.
Sign up if you would like to receive the weekly livestream link via email. The link will be sent on Fridays to those who request it.
Shortly before 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, click the link in the email from your computer. A tablet or a smartphone will work too. You can join as early as 9:20 a.m.
If you remain at home, print out an Order of Worship to help follow along. If you can’t join us for the service, sermon audio will be available as usual in the early afternoon at Sermon Audio and at the church site.