OUTDOOR DRIVE-IN WORSHIP GUIDELINES
Outdoor Drive-in Worship Guidelines
"This is the day that the Lord has made, we will rejoice and be glad in it!"
Hope you and yours remain well. On behalf of staff and council, just want to give you a worship update.
Beginning September 27, 2020 (and until further notice) we will share Sunday worship at 10 a.m. in the parking lot, in our cars. (There will not be a Saturday service, based on member responses). This ensures you are not mingling germs with others and gives you the most comfy seat!
Enter off Cedar Street, by the law office, follow directions of the parking attendant and tune to 107.1 FM. (Some of you live close enough, you may be able to get it at home!) Worship will be 20-25 minutes. Bring your bread and wine/ grape juice for communion. In case of bad weather, we will be in Horn Hall. You will need to sign in and wear a mask,
We are working on two main issues that keep us from going in the sanctuary - lack of air ventilation and lack of fresh air return. A limited service (20 minutes) will help lower the risk, but these two issues are problematic for health and safety reasons.
When we can come in, remember that there will not be congregational singing or choirs. Singing is known to be a "superspreader" of COVID 19.
As we continue to move forward, let us we pray for one another, for our first responders, victims of the virus and those working on a vaccine.
Another Sunday option is our ZOOM check-in, now at 10:45 a.m. You may join three ways:
1. Join via computer: https://zoom.us/i/218495365
Select "join via video and join by computer audio if asked.
2. Join using the Zoom app on your tablet or smartphone. Use the
meeting I.D.: 218 495 365
3. Dial in from any cellphone or landline. (We will hear you, but not
see you). Call 929-205-6099, Meeting ID 218 495 365
We start with prayer, share highs and lows (and sometimes questions related to the day's lessons, and the Lord's Prayer).
If you have questions, contact Pastor Kay at 610-326-2810 or 267-978-2798.
Meanwhile, stay well and keep the faith!