CHURCH IN A TIME OF PANDEMIC
These are challenging times for everyone, in so many ways. They are challenging for the church, as well!
But we as a congregation are committed to continued faithfulness to Jesus Christ, to worshiping God, and to care for one another and our neighbors. There is so much we don't know about what the future will bring - or even what the next steps will be - but we are trusting God's Spirit to lead us.
Of primary concern to us is the safety of the members and friends of our faith community.
Westminster's Session has determined that we will not resume regular worship in our sanctuary until at least September 13. It may very well be longer. We are attending to advice from health experts and are aware that worship gatherings are high-risk situations for transmission of COVID-19. We want everyone to be safe and help stop the spread of this virus... and we still want to remain connected and worship together, so... we will continue to livestream worship on Sunday mornings at 9:30 via our Facebook page. We hope you'll join us. You do not need to have a Facebook account to watch.
We do urge everyone to take good care of yourselves and take sensible precautions, especially washing your hands well and often and wearing a mask in public indoor spaces and where physical distancing isn't possible.
If you are at home and need anything, please contact the church, your pastors, or one of your deacons. We will do our best to assist. AND... please remember that although we may need to limit people contact for a time, we are not alone, but united in prayer, love, and faith.
Join us for worship live-streamed on Sundays. Participate in fellowship or learning via Zoom. Stay in touch by phone and social media. Share things that inspire or challenge you. Watch for emails with church news. Read a sermon from this website. Continue to support the mission of the church through your giving. Pray for the needs of the church family and the world. Trust in God's grace.