Spring Break

As we look forward to Spring Break, we are monitoring local and national advisories regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Based upon guidelines from these agencies, we are making the following recommendations.

  • While we love seeing you, if you or your children are sick, you should probably stay home. 
  • Prevention is the best medicine! Practice good personal habits such as washing hands frequently, avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth, and covering coughs and sneezes. Additionally, hand sanitizers are provided in our facility.
  • If you are one among us who has had more birthdays and/or already experience compromised immunity or chronic breathing problems, you should consider whether you should be in a public gathering.
  • If you need to stay home, we offer resources to worship and give online.

During this season, when we meet, we will greet one another with a hearty wave, a nod of the head, or perhaps some finger guns or jazz hands. We'll save the high fives, handshakes, and hugs for later. 

There may be uncertainty in our circumstances, but we can be certain of God's love for us in Christ. We will choose to trust him. We will pursue faith over fear.

(If you haven't already, now would be a good time to join our email list and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.)