This Sunday Morning
It has been such a joy and a blessing for us to be able to gather together again in person on Sunday mornings.
Our first two Sundays back we have sought to provide a safe, comfortable environment for those who have decided to return to our church campus.
We had originally reserved the Worship Center for our at-risk folks but since only a handful of people used that space the first week, last week we turned it into an overflow room. We also opened the 220 Room in the Student Center to provide another space for people to join us via livestream.
In order to lighten the load of our media team and cleaning crew, we will no longer be broadcasting the livestream in the Worship Center. The 220 Room will serve as the new overflow space since we can offer a much higher quality livestream experience in that room and it also has an exterior door through which people can come and go. Again, if you have small children who might get restless during the service or you arrive late and the Activity Center is already filled to capacity, please consider using the 220 Room.
This Sunday I plan to continue looking at the very important and very relevant subject of biblical hospitality. If you were out of town last week or unable to join us for some other reason, please listen to the sermon since it will serve as the foundation for my sermon this coming Sunday, particularly that the hospitality God has shown to us in lovingly pursuing us when we were strangers and graciously welcoming us into His household is what should motivate us to show hospitality to others. You can access the sermon here:
If you will be joining us from home, I encourage you to download and/or print out the Sermon Outline/Application Questions sheet before the service so you can follow along during the message and have some good discussions afterward with whoever is gathered with you to watch the livestream. You can access those here:
Stay tuned for more information about our plans for relaunching our Sunday morning and Wednesday evening programs for children, students, and adults in the month of June.
Grace & Truth,