July 12, 2020
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As a church, we are grateful for the freedom to gather for worship in our building, and we all long to do so. We literally cannot wait to see everyone!
We realize that different people have different perspectives on when we should resume in-person gatherings in our buildings and all perspectives are respected. We understand that individuals and families have varying levels of comfort with large group gatherings at this time. We also understand that we have a responsibility to facilitate a safe environment for our members to worship together.
Barring any new spike in the number of cases in our area, we have decided to proceed with reopening our church for Sunday morning worship on Sunday, June 28. Please know that opening June 28 could be delayed if the circumstances in our community change. We will continue to evaluate as we get closer. Stay connected to our Facebook page and website for more details in the coming weeks. We will continue to live stream our service for those that are unable or not quite ready to join us in person.
We will be taking precautions and following the Governor’s Safe Worship Guidelines. We will soon be sending out a list of Frequently Asked Questions that will help guide everyone in the transition back to meeting in person. As a united body of believers, we must all be willing to embrace unique and sacrificial safeguards to protect our neighbors and our Church Family.
To help us in planning for the first Sunday, I would ask you to email our church administrator at if you and your family will be attending. You can also let us know if you will attend by calling the church office at 601.924.9912. By emailing or calling with the total number of people from your family that will be attending, we will be better able to determine if we can accommodate everyone in one service or if we will need to consider adding an additional service. If you are not able or not ready to resume meeting in-person we understand and you do not need to send us anything.
In the midst of these challenges, we are incredibly grateful for your ongoing support of all that is happening in and through our church family across our city and around the world.