We are moving forward one step at a time with our church services and ministry in this time of coronavirus.
Today on St. Patrick’s Day our food pantry was able to give food bags many people in need. But the remaining church activities for this week have been cancelled, in line with the new President’s Coronoavirus for America Guidelines: 15 Days to Slow the Spread. That means no Wednesday Bible Study, Thursday Food Pantry, Friday Game Night, Saturday Work Day, or Sunday School or Worship Service this week. Decisions about events in the coming weeks will be made later as guidance gets updated.
While we wait ‘til it’s safer to gather physically in groups for fellowship (hopefully, very soon!), let’s take every possible opportunity for worship, fellowship, and service. Sign up here if you’d like to join the church email list and stay in the loop.
Last Sunday, Pastor talked about Matthew 8, which says that Jesus came to fulfill the prophecy from Isaiah “He took up our infirmities, and bore our diseases.” Jesus is not only a healer, but present with us in our weakness. Our health worries can go straight to the foot of the cross, where Jesus bore all our suffering. He knows our weakness, and he is strong. Thanks be to God!