We will be gathering for worship together inside the building tomorrow morning at 10:30!
According to the newest guidelines from Governor Inslee (https://www.governor.wa.gov/news-media/inslee-announces-religious-and-faith-based-services-guidance
|Inslee announces religious and faith-based services guidance | Governor Jay InsleeGov. Jay Inslee today announced the state’s plan for restarting religious and faith-based services for Phases 1 and 2 of Washington’s “Safe Start” reopening plan. Beginning today, religious and faith-based organizations in Phase 1 counties may host up to 100 people for outdoor services.www.governor.wa.gov|
) we are now in compliance to meet together as a church, with these conditions:
We will all have masks available and are encouraged to wear them, You are asked to keep a “social distance” from each other.
We will be broadcasting our service on Facebook for those who are especially at risk or are simply not comfortable with meeting together yet.
Our music tomorrow will be by request, so pick your favorites and be ready!
Also, Franklin Graham issued this request for special prayer tomorrow, on account of the reaction across the country to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis: “As our nation convulses with pain, anger, and hatred, this is a moment for Christians to shine for our Lord, who is the Prince of Peace. The Bible says, “…do not let the sun go down on your anger” (Ephesians 4:26), yet each sundown is bringing with it the darkness of more violence and destruction in more cities. Scripture also tells us, “Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good” (Romans 12:21). This means doing what we personally can do to right wrongs and help the hurting. It also means praying fervently to our Heavenly Father for Him to change hearts and heal our land. The One “who is in you” — Christ— “is greater than he who is in the world” (1 John 4:4).
Because this is true, I am calling on all churches across our nation to make tomorrow morning — Sunday, May 31 — a time for special intercession for our nation in their Sunday morning services, whether in person or online. We need to pray for PEACE, because “the anger of man does not produce the righteousness of God” (James 1:20). Pray for PERSPECTIVE, because “the wisdom from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, open to reason, full of mercy and good fruits, impartial and sincere” (James 3:17). Pray for PATIENCE, because of God’s “kindness and forbearance and patience” toward us all (Romans 2:4). And pray for an OUTPOURING of His wisdom and direction for our leaders and officials who are dealing with this crisis. Ask God to change hearts and heal this divide in our nation. [Today] Is Pentecost Sunday, which marks the day the Holy Spirit filled Christ’s followers after He ascended back to the Father. There is no better time for us to seek a fresh visitation from God upon our lives, homes, churches, communities, and country.”
Blessings to you all, and I hope to see you all tomorrow morning!