Update From WWCN For April 6th:
The “Covid19” virus may be keeping us away from each other, but it is NOT keeping us from wonderful times of worship!
With that in mind, as we enter into this Holy Week, it just seems right for us to celebrate a Maundy Thursday service together. We have planned this service to live stream at 6:00pm, Thursday Evening, April 9th.
As you know, The Lord’s Supper plays a central role on Maundy Thursday. Towards the end of our time together we will partake of communion. Just follow the prompts in the service.
If you want to use the traditional elements, you may pick them up from the Church via a drive thru station located under the Church Canopy, Monday Thru Thursday from 10:00am To 3:00pm. You will find per-packaged elements in baskets for easy pickup. Just take as many as you need for your family. If you so desire, you can use elements from your home which you may already have on hand. (Bread and Juice)
The service will be available on the same sites as The Sunday Worship service’s are found. (Web site, Facebook, YouTube).
Our Senior Adult Ministry has been doing an awesome job of staying in contact with many of our traditionally shut in folks. A big thank you to Wally Fisher and Frances Wood for their leadership!
Our Easter services will be live streamed this Sunday April 12th at 9:00 and 11:00am. Go to our web site, Facebook, or YouTube to connect.
Cecil Wichert was taken to the hospital late Sunday evening with blood clots in both legs. He is in surgery at this time of writing. Pray for Betty and the family as they cannot be with him.
Arliss Hartmann is out of the hospital and recuperating at Aldersgate. She is doing much better, but still has a way to go. (Pray for her husband John also)
We have NO Covid19 folks in our church diagnosed at this time. (Keep praying for God’s protection)
A BIG shout out to our staff who continues to minister to our people during these new days of change. I could not be prouder (In a “sanctified way” of course) of our Pastoral team! A super Thank You to the Woodbridge family for helping us to worship. This is no small feat, as they are doing everything from home. (Not sure where Micah is, the last time I saw him he was running from something?!) Really good job Woodbridge family!!
That is about everything I know that is happening in our midst. Stay in, stay safe and stay in the Word!
Remember you are loved!
Your Pastoral Staff