As we continue to meet daily online, Evening Prayer on Wednesday at 7:00 pm will take on a new form. We will use music and prayers of Taizé, a community in France now synonymous with a style of reflective, calming worship. We created a worship supplement to reflect our worship style, so view or print this document if you like to have a visual resource for worship.
Our Church Council and Staff have been reviewing guidelines and options for phasing back to in-person worship. We will be following CDC guidelines, asking attendees to wear a mask, not singing or speaking as a collective group, and avoiding gathering before and after worship. The procedures set for the beginning of in-person worship are as follows:
The questions we asked and the initial letter sent to members are included below if you’d like to see how we came to the conclusions and procedures in place. Please understand that state guidelines and CDC guidelines directly impact our procedure day-to-day. If last minute schedule changes are necessary, we will make notice via this website, our Facebook page, and church voicemail.
Once you have read our procedure regarding a return to worship in the building, please respond with this Google form so we can appropriately include you and your family.
Since March, we have been learning new ways to work, pray, and worship together! Check out the newsletter for lots of exciting updates and memories.
Marty Haugen’s arrangement of Psalm 130 was used last week during Evening Prayer. If you’d like to follow along, here is a scan.
Be sure to view the new tabs above. Worship materials are all in the “Online Worship” section. Information about Bible Study and Discussion Opportunities are found under the next tab. Finally, resources for families are available all under the next tab.
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