Greetings to All,
May the Lord’s peace be abundant in you today!
So many great things are happening within our faith community, right now. It was very exciting to see how many of you showed up for the new Colossians Bible Study this past week.
All we can say is….. the responses from those of you who attended…. have been more than encouraging. In addition, we are all extremely excited that Pastor’s James is beginning his “Faith under fire" bible study for young adults this Thursday, October 1st at 7:00 p.m. on Zoom. We will be posting the link to it on all of our platforms as the day approaches.
The darker the world gets, the brighter the church shines… and the world is dark. The threat of the Covid 19 virus has not been eliminated. Those of us who bear responsibility for this assembly are strong in faith trusting our Lord to keep us all. And, we are also looking to diligently keep to the guidelines required by the CDC. Should a church be found not in compliance, there are stiff fines as well as the threat of being closed down. We thought you should know all that we are doing to keep you safe, while keeping to those guidelines.
The following is a little video we thought might help you to understand exactly how we are doing this. So many thanks to Tabitha and Michael Dixon for doing a fabulous job putting it together.
As you will see in the video, masks must be worn entering the building. They need also to continue to be worn until you are seated, while singing, and at any time you may be moving around the building.
Remember the masks are firstly, to protect those around you. The discussion has been as to whether we need to ask that they be worn throughout the meeting, even while seated. At this juncture we encourage those who are more comfortable keeping them on while seated, to do just that. However, we are not insisting that they be worn while being seated, at least not at this present time.
We so appreciate your cooperation. As with all things, we face challenges as a family. We are so grateful for your continuous support and for your fellowship in the gospel of our
Lord Jesus Christ. We are of all people, most blessed.