We are certainly in unprecedented times church family. First let me say that we serve a mighty God who was not or will not be caught off guard by changing events happening in America or throughout the world. In fact, God’s people throughout time have seen themselves in difficult trials. Moses lived in a difficult time when God reminded him, “The Lord is the one who goes ahead of you; He will be with you. He will not fail you or forsake you. Do not fear or be dismayed. (Deuteronomy 31:8)” It was in another difficult time in Rome when Paul wrote, (Romans 8:28) And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose.” God’s church must stand strong. We are seeing a new short-term shaping of services, but we are going to see new works of the Lord as well. We must be wise, prayerful and purposeful during these difficult times.


     For our members, the church didn’t get its start in facilities but from the home. We are being asked to limit the size of our meetings to small groups. I encourage us to gather in our homes for purposeful and specific times of scripture, song and celebration.


     We are suspending all but Sunday morning 10:15 services this week. We ask you to check here regularly and on our Facebook page to get updates and messages. We are calling the church to specific and continual prayer. I will be sending out email notifications about specific prayer needs regularly. We will live stream Sunday services for those at risk and sick to ‘join’ us in service via the internet. Simply click the “follow us on YouTube” tab at 10:15 AM and you will be with us in church.


     There is more to come as we transition, for a time, to the early church model. Remember to be wise, and trust in the Lord. Call our church offices if there is a need and we will attempt to meet those needs. May God richly bless you and keep you safe. Check back regularly for continuing ministry updates.

                                                                                      In Christ, bro. Curt