We are hosting outdoor communion under the current guidelines of health and safety, and we would love to have you and your family join us as we partake together. We've made some resources available for you right here: -A video walking through the process (play the video above). -An audio guide of scriptures and prayers to listen to on your drive as preparation to receive (press the "listen" button on the bottom left of the video above, or use the "download" button to download the audio). -An optional PDF version of the audio guide if you would rather read it (but please don't read and drive). Time slots have been assigned based on last name, and while it would be helpful for us if you’d come then, we would love to just have you come at any point between 10am-12pm. Time slots have been assigned based on last name, and while it would be helpful for us if you’d come then, we would love to just have you come at any point between 10am-12pm. LAST NAME A-F: 10-10:30am LAST NAME G-L: 10:30-11:00am LAST NAME M-R:11:00-11:30am LAST NAME S-Z: 11:30-12:00pm This will be an outdoor event, rain or shine. The parking lot will be set up as a one-way route, so follow the signage and enter though the North side (near the bottle depot). Attendants will direct you to park in a stall, then will walk up to a station located along the front of the building where one of our pastors or elders will ask how many will be receiving communion, then will stack the elements on a tray for you. They’ll give you a blessing as you partake, then having kept your garbage with you for the safety of our serving teams, you’ll move back to your vehicle and then out the marked exit. Though by no means is this the ideal way for us to partake in this meal, we are thankful that these elements are available for us.
Come & Receive Communion
Join us August 16 from 10AM-12PM
August 16, 2020 • Resources
Perseverance (Psalm 73)
When We're Searching For... Pt. 5 • August 8, 2020 • Dr. Clyde Glass
Many times, the ways of God don’t make sense to us. Bad things happen to good people; good things happen to bad people. The Psalms are filled with questions for God, even complaints against God because of this. There is so much in life that we don’t fully understand. We might even feel that God is not treating us fairly. So what do we do? How do we find hope? Where do we find “perseverance"? An Online Litugry in lieu of our regular weekend worship gatherings. This week: Songs: The Same Jesus / A Mighty Fortress Peace of Christ Community Life with Fernando Ebanks Call to Listen Message Text: Psalm 73 Benediction