A Covid-19 Update

Messiah Family and Friends,

God’s grace and peace to you in Jesus. Always remember that we are blessed, but we are also very tired of the impact this virus continues to have in all of our lives. Remember God’s Word to Joshua and to us, “Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.” Joshua 1:9 Faith over Fear!

We will hold in-person worship tomorrow, November 8th. With the Risk Dial moving to RED on Friday, November 6th, we believe that if we all continue to follow the safety protocols in place we will continue to enjoy the opportunity to gather in person while greatly reducing the chances of spreading the virus. Please follow all protocols when worshipping in-person. Masks are required at all times unless seated and socially distant from others.

Online Worship: For those who are still uncomfortable or unsure about attending in-person please gather, or continue to gather with us online. We are always united as the Body of Christ whether in-person or at a distance.

Monday evening Communion Services: We celebrate Communion on the 1st and 3rd Sunday’s of each month and also hold a brief Communion service on the Monday following at 6pm - 6:30pm. This service is intended for those who are high risk or uncomfortable coming on Sundays. Masks are required for everyone for the entire time at Messiah. There is no need to call ahead to attend the Monday evening services. 

Our staff meets weekly to discuss any changes or needs based on best practices for our Messiah family, direction from the Health Department and official Directed Health Measures. We will continue to communicate any changes or updates as needed.

If you have any questions about this or other issues, please reach out to us.

In His Grip!

Pastor John Kunze

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