COVID-19 Update (5/14/20)
SUNDAY WORSHIP AT CHURCH
BEGINS ON MAY 17TH ~ 10:45 AM!
Church Offices Return to Normal Hours on June 1st
Monday-Friday ~ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
COVID-19 Update (5/3/20)
May 24th & 31st – 10:45 AM
We ask you to be patient during this time with each other & the process of gathering back together. We desire to gather as soon as possible & as safe as possible. Be in prayer, be patient, and prepare for God to move.
- SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP ONLY…
In Phase One, we will only meet on Sundays at 10:45 am. Childcare will not be available during the morning service.
- SOCIAL DISTANCING…
To practice social distancing while gathering back on campus, ushers will space your seating in the sanctuary into checkerboard rows to provide added distance. We ask you to sit together as a family or to sit with those you come with or bring to the service. Please maintain social distancing as you exit the church.
We will not pass the offering plates. You may give online or in the Little Red House Box on the counter in the Welcome Center.
- CLEANING & MASKS…
We will be cleaning & sanitizing our facilities thoroughly before we gather again and during this time. We encourage wearing face masks & social distancing as we reconnect with one another and enjoy worship together. People at risk or showing symptoms are encouraged to watch the livestream service at home.
Therefore, since we are receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken, let us be thankful. By it, we may serve God acceptably, with reverence and awe,
for our God is a consuming fire.
President Donald Trump and family
Coronavirus Task Force Members:
Vice President Mike Pence
Dr. Anthony Fauci
Secretary of HHS Alex Azar
Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf
Dr. Deborah Birx
CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield
Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams
Secretary of HUD Dr. Ben Carson
Speaker Nancy Pelosi
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy
Senate Maj. Leader Mitch McConnell
Senate Min. Leader Chuck Schumer
Governor Andy Beshear
Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman
KY Attorney General Daniel Cameron
Commissioner for KY Public Health Steven Stack
Pray for your local hospitals
Pray for your local nursing homes
Pray for doctors, nurses, janitors who working at hospitals in your community (add anyone else working at hospital)
Pray for the sick
Pray for First Responders (police, fire, EMS)
Pray for the children who will be home from school
Pray for the leaders of education within your community that they will have wisdom in handling this situation
Pray for your church/pastor
Pray for parents, and workers who may feel panicked as they try to figure out what to do in this situation
Pray for all nations but more specifically pray for countries most affected by coronavirus:
Pray for the Gospel to continue to be shared around the world
Pray for souls to be saved
Pray for God to be glorified in your life in every