Within a matter of days, the whole world has turned upside down, and we find ourselves hunkering down in our homes, practicing "social distancing," this practice that public health leaders tell us is so important to prevent the exponential spread of the Coronavirus.
Many of us are juggling working from home while simultaneously caring for children and even homeschooling. Some have lost work. Others are dealing with concerns around our health and well-being or the safety of our families. In so many ways, this is a challenging time. Maybe more than ever, we need each other.
ONLINE WORSHIP VIA ZOOM
Please join us on Sunday mornings via Zoom (10 am Summer Worship, through Labor Day) for a time of worship and fellowship. We will continue to worship, share music, lift up our joys and concerns, pray together, and even share Communion from the safety of our homes.
We realize how important it is to have a faith community — a church family with whom we can share our concerns and celebrations, whom we can rely on for prayer and support. Currently we are scheduling small outdoor gatherings, including occasional outdoor worship during the summer months. Truly, we are in this together, and we'll get through it together, with the help of God, whose love surrounds us and unites us and sustains us through all the joys and struggles of life.