Covid Worship Update 6.1.21

Covid Worship Update 5.1.21

We are meeting in person and online to glorify Christ together at 9:30AM Sunday mornings!

If you wish to join us in person, masks are required and we encourage you to social distance. Your health and safety are of our utmost concern. We have extra masks and hand sanitizer has been placed in every pew. Please also fellowship outside following the service. Our nursery is currently closed.

You may also join us online at We invite you to add your name to our Virtual Guest Book at

Please contact the church office for updates on how Covid has impacted group gatherings and other events.

Christ's Peace,
Pastors Laura and Keith

Saturday, October 17, 2020

Worship Info for 10.18.20

 Hi, Saints!  Here is the link for the prerecorded worship for Sunday October 18, 2020.

We are also experimenting with a live feed one more time before we stop pre-recording services.  We are going with Facebook Live again.  The link for that is the same as last week: 

One last reminder to let us know you are coming!  

Prayer Requests: Gracious God, we ask your healing and encouragement…

  • For Nick’s friends Dave and Stacey

  • For Teresa’s mother Barbara

  • For Judy’s grand-nephew, Preston, and his ongoing health issues

  • For Adam (son of Dennis and Ruth) for kidney health and a full recovery

  • For friends and family who have been evacuated due to fires; for everyone dealing with the traumas of fires or hurricanes

  • Annette's friend Patty's husband

  • Carlene as she recovers from shoulder surgery

  • Teresa's continued healing

  • Thanksgiving for Sherry's double lung transplant; continued prayers for complete healing. 

  • Strength and encouragement for Steve and Cindy

  • Family members suffering from mental illness or addiction

  • For all who are living with health or economic ramifications of the Covid pandemic. 

  • For racial justice and reconciliation in our nation

  • Our schools as they move forward with dealing with Covid

  • All the churches in Union County as they seek to glorify God during this time

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