Wow! What an amazing Resurrection morning we had at Tom’s Creek last Sunday. And this week while I was with my wife in Florida there has been candy making, feeding hungry people, and lots of food prepping for our BBQ on Saturday. For the Easter season I will be preaching a sermon series titled “The Cross, Now What.” This week we will look at the advice and help the Risen Christ gave the disciples. He is preparing them with a commission of what they are to do next now that he has died and rose from the Cross. Should be interesting to look at the instructions Jesus gave to them which was also meant for us centuries later.
Attached is the bulletin that you can view or print out for Sunday morning. Here is some further details about ways to access our services this Sunday at 8am and 10:30am.
A couple of housekeeping tips on worshipping in the sanctuary if you decide to come and worship this way. You will need to wear a mask or face shield into the building. If you forget or do not have a mask or face shield a mask will be provided to you to wear while you are in the building. There will be a sign-in station where you can get a bulletin and other items so keep walking when you come through the door until you get to the sign-in table. At the sign-in table there will also be a place to put prayer requests because we will not be sharing them during the service, you can also e-mail your pray requests to Karen Wivell. We will not pass the plate during the service but your monetary offering can go in the wooden box that is next to the sign-in table. Also, we will have pre-bagged pieces of bread and little sealed cups for communion on the table that you will need to get before the service. There are hand sanitizer stations throughout the church and they are there for you to use them. You are NOT required to have received a vaccination in order to attend worship. In the sanctuary we have not roped off pews so there is not a guarantee of being 6 feet apart. I will not be wearing a mask while on the altar and any singers we have on the altar will not be wearing mask. IF you are concerned about being at least 6 feet apart from everyone else we will have the downstairs set up with chairs that are spaced over 6 feet apart and the service will play on the television down there. Currently, we will not be having a fellowship time downstairs in order to increase health safety.