Beginning Sunday, March 15, and until Tuesday April 15 we will only have a morning worship service at this time. All other activities at the church are cancelled until April 15. The deacons and Pastor Joel will meet to reevaluate should any changes be necessary.
In the event that the church service will be cancelled please click here to check for cancellations.
These cancellations include: Sunday School, Morning fellowship time, Wednesday night Bible Study, Movie Night (March 20), Men’s Breakfast (March 21), No nursery and no children’s church, at this time.
Our Ark Trip will be rescheduled at a later date.
These will be our new practices for our health and safety:
Bulletins will not be handed out; they will be placed on a table in our foyer.
It is requested that we temporarily refrain from our traditional greetings of handshaking and hugs.
All door knobs, handles and contact surfaces will be sanitized.
The counting committee will use gloves to count the offering.
No visitors will be allowed in the building during the week, only staff with offices at church. All packages to be left outside, any signatures done outside and the doors will be locked during the week.
If you feel sick or don’t feel well, stay home and follow CDC recommendations for self-care.
If you feel any anxiety about attending the worship service and/or being in a group of people, we understand your choice to stay at home. Please know that the worship service is recorded and placed on the website under the media section. We encourage continued fellowship between members throughout each week via phone calls, cards, e-mails and texts.
The leadership of our church is striving to respond to this unusual situation in a Godly manner using His wisdom. Please be in prayer for our church and country at this time. Do not hesitate to contact
Pastor Joel or any of our deacons with any concerns or needs.
“For God gave us a spirit, not of fear, but of power and love and self-c