An update from elders
Greetings Family and Friends, thank you for visiting our website.
We are gradually returning to onsite assemblies following the Guidelines provided by the Clay County Public Health Center. We also continue to improve our online service (see the links to the right
We are currently offering a 8:30 a.m. in the FLC/Gym. You may bring your own Communion, or we will provide you with prepackaged Communion. If you do not already have one of our older hymnals to keep with you in your car, we will provide you with one to keep and bring with you.
We are also offering a 10:45 a.m. inside service with limited seating. You may bring your own Communion, but there are tables as you enter that have individual, prepackaged Communion that you may pick up. Because inside seating is currently limited by mandated physical distancing requirements, we ask that you call the office to let us know you’re coming.
Per the Clay County Covid-19 Recovery Plan, whenever possible, attendees to all our assemblies need to “maintain a six-foot distance” from those they are not already in regular physical contact with. Per County Guidelines, “A cloth face covering to cover their nose and mouth . . . should be worn whenever people must go into public settings.” Therefore, we ask that attendees of both outside and inside services wear face coverings, especially when physical distancing is not possible such as when coming and going to your seats. We also ask that face coverings be worn when engaging in activities that forcefully expel air, such as coughing, sneezing and, yes, singing.
As always, we ask people to use good judgment and safe practices. We encourage those who are in “high risk” categories to stay home and watch services online. We invite you to contact the church office with your spiritual and material needs and we will help if we can. God bless you, and we invite you to join us in a chorus of prayers for God to bring a quick and peaceful end to this crisis, that people be able to come back together, and be able to return to work, providing for their families.