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THIS PAGE WILL BE UPDATED AS THINGS CHANGE, SO CHECK THIS REGULARLY FOR UPDATES.
Church Office is now open | Monday-Thursday from 9am-4pm. 
For relief resources for specific needs, you can go to relink.org.
 Info about specific events
  • Sunday Worship services are strictly online until further notice. We will be recording and providing a video of a worship service this Sunday on our websiteFacebook page and via email to our e-newsletter subscribers. If you haven’t yet, you can subscribe here.
  • “Live with a Pastor” on our Facebook page is every Monday, Tuesday, and Friday at 7pm. This is a time for you to ask questions and hear from our Pastors during this time.
  • Kidzone will be posting resources for families to do “home church” together. These will be posted every Friday on our Kidzone facebook pages.
      • Community Groups and Student Ministry Growth Groups have been instructed and will meet online only.
      • Alcoholics Anonymous is meeting Thursdays @ 6:30pm via ZOOM. Email rhbloom22@yahoo.com for the link.
      • Families Facing Addiction will be back in person on Saturday, June 13 @ 9:30am in the Meeting Place at our building.
      • Foster Care support group is canceled for May.
      • Wounded is postponed and will be rescheduled to a later date.
      • Porch Trivia Night is postponed and will be rescheduled to a later date.
      • Kidzone Breakout is cancelled.
      Practice good hygiene
      • Wash your hands frequently.
      • Don’t touch your face.
      • Don’t greet the brethren with a holy kiss, and we can even forego hugs and handshakes for now.
      • Sanitize common touch points like door knobs, light switches, faucet handles, flushers, and cabinet openers.
      • While our building might still be in use for smaller gatherings, we will be working extra hard to sanitize our building and continue practicing safe food prep/service.
      Heart

      This is a great opportunity for the Body of Christ to shine. When the plague hit the Roman Empire during both the second and third centuries, many fled the cities in fear. The early church made its mark because many Christians stayed or entered the cities to tend to the sick. They lived what they believed. Their hope was not in this world, and they knew where they were heading. They didn’t fear death. They loved our Lord and loved people. The Church shined. Contrast that with some modern Christians trying to beat our neighbors to the store so that we can wipe our rears better than they can.

      Let the church shine again. Let us live what we believe. Let’s trust in our Lord who is still sitting on his throne. He didn’t move an inch. Let us look to Him, worship Him, and trust Him.

      If you’ve stockpiled, share with those in need. Pray for the demographics at greater risk (elderly, pre-existing conditions, immunosuppression conditions). Pray for parents of young children who are trying to figure out life while school is canceled. Pray for healthcare workers. Serve your fellow congregants and your neighbors. Check in on them to see how you might help them through this time. Let the church shine.