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Pastor's Update for Worship on Sunday, April 5th

Good evening church family and friends,

I wanted to take a moment to touch base with everyone about tomorrow. As you have heard already, our governmental leaders have extended the “social distancing” initiatives to at least the end of April if not longer. This means we must continue worshiping online together in spirit but apart physically. Take heart though! The gospel has been shared with many people through our Facebook Live Services and YouTube Broadcasts.
What will the future hold, I do not know but I know God holds the future. This is a time to exercise our faith.
God’s word proclaims, “Faith shows the reality of what we hope for; it is the evidence of things we cannot see.” - Hebrews 11:1 (NLT)
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Be encouraged and know that God is using our church family and friends beyond our walls to show faith through hope in these difficult days.

Our Sunday Schedule

Our worship service will begin on Facebook live at 11:00 am. Our praise team will be leading music and Amy and Molly will be leading a “kid’s minute” with a craft for our young families to do at home.

This broadcast will be available after that for viewing and sharing later on Facebook and YouTube. I encourage you to watch, comment and interact during our time of worship.

Giving

Our Church Office will be open for anyone wishing to drop off their tithes and offerings tomorrow morning from 9:30 to 10:30 am and online giving has been added to our Facebook page and website. Some have continued to send by mail as well.
I want to thank all who have continued to make the effort to continue their support financially and through prayer. God is using that in mighty ways.

I look forward to worshiping with you tomorrow and remember we are all just a call away!
In Christ,

Pastor James

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