Important Message Concerning Sunday Worship

Over the past few weeks, the Ministers and Elders have been in prayerful discussion about how to conduct our gatherings in the best way possible, considering both our longing need to meet together in community to worship as a body and the health and safety of our membership and visitors.  On June 7th, we were able to re-open our doors with limited capacity over two services.  We’ve taken care to comply with all recommendations on physical distancing and disinfecting before and after services.  The results have been terrific and it’s great to be back together.

In light of the recent spikes in COVID-19 positive testing and hospitalizations, we are taking another step for the health and safety of our attendees.  Beginning this Sunday, June 28th, all attendees 10 years and older are encouraged to wear face masks that cover their mouths and noses while inside the premises.  While wearing a face mask may be uncomfortable or unfavorable, we believe that it could potentially help control the spread of COVID-19 during the current spiking trend of the pandemic. We realize not everyone agrees on the risks associated with COVID-19 or the best measures necessary to keep everyone safe.  However, it is our position that wearing face masks is a reasonable cautionary step to help protect our attendees.

If you have not yet attended in person again, JOIN US!  We will be delighted to see you.  Our services are at 9:00AM and 10:30AM and you should RSVP to the service of your choice.

If you don’t feel comfortable attending in person with the precautions in place, we have great news!  We will continue to make our services available online as well as our Wednesday night devotionals, and Saturday morning prayer service. 

We are in constant prayer for you and for our body at Lake Cities.  We will continue to reevaluate our options with the best information available each week.  We cannot wait to see everyone again in person. If you have any needs, please contact any Minister or Elder.  In the meantime, the Lord bless you and keep you.

For the Ministry Staff and Elders,

Tye Lamberth

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