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First Christian Church

Good News!  We’re going to start having Sunday church services again.

 

Barring any unforeseen circumstances or changes in the state mandated “stay at home” orders, we will plan to gather for worship at 10:30 a.m., Sunday,  May 17.


To do all we can to keep everyone safe, we will be following state and county Health Department guidelines to include, but not limited to:

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SoSocial distancing, although family units will be allowed to sit together if they desire.

·         Worship service only; no Sunday school classes

·         No meet and greet time

·         No children’s moment

·         No coffee or donuts

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SeSealed communion cups will be available in the narthex for individuals to pick up and place in the pew cup holders until communion time.

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OOffering trays will also be available in the narthex so you can drop your offering on your way in or out of the service.

If you would feel more comfortable wearing a mask, feel free to bring one and wear it.


We will do all we possibly can to make everyone feel safe and comfortable, but be assured there will be absolutely no pressure for anyone to attend until they feel comfortable doing so.


These are strange and different times, and our services won’t quite be back to “normal”, but at least we will be able to again worship together as a church family knowing that God is there with us.

 

Hope to see you Sunday, May 17. 

God Bless,

 

Frank Chlastak,

Pastor First Christian Church (DOC)

Jack Maxwell,

Board Chairman

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