- To love our neighbors by doing our part to limit community spread.
- To support our health care community and to limit the risk of overwhelming our medical system.
The very situation that keeps us apart physically also creates the need for greater support, encouragement and cooperation. We are thankful that we live in a time when so many options are available for “being together” even when we can’t do that in person.
So along with our present plans for cancellation, we are placing a high priority on staying as connected with one another as possible. We will live-stream the service for this Sunday, and we are actively looking into other tools for maintaining connections.
Of course, we also encourage each of you to reach out to others in our congregation through normal lines of communication. If you are facing unusual needs during this season, please help us by reaching out and letting us know.
Further information and updates will follow soon. In the meantime, let’s be lifting up these pressing needs to the God who hears us and welcomes us through Christ.
For the Elders,