Come Regather With Your Church Family on June 14th

Dear Church Family,
This Sunday we are going to begin meeting together. I have greatly missed worshiping together and look forward in seeing you. As we meet together this Sunday, there are guidelines that we have been asked to follow given to us by the PA Governor & Dept. of Health as well as the Federal CDC Offices. Here are instructions for Sunday (June 14).
• If you feel sick please stay at home.
• Please practice physical distancing while at church. If you come to church this Sunday, family units are encouraged to sit together with physical distancing between each unit.
• Please wear a facemask while you are at the church. If you do not have a facemask, there will be one available for you to wear and keep. I understand that not everyone feels that facemasks are necessary. Out of respect for others please commit to wearing a facemask over the next few Sundays. To those who will be helping usher folks or leading the service, please wear a facemask when not on the stage.
• The Worship Service will begin at 10:15a.m.   Doors will be open no later than 9:45 a.m.
• If you feel unsure about attending church for any reason please know that we will be livestreaming the 10:15 am service on Facebook,, FCC App, and by telephone (call 1-425-585-7517). Do not feel obligated in any way to attend church in person. You can always join us on the livestream or phone call.
• We will not be handing out bulletins nor passing an offering plate. A collection plate will be placed in the foyer and on the communion table for those wanting and able to give.  You can also use all of our electronic giving options.
• There will be no children’s church, child care, or Sunday school.
• During the week prior to the service, there will be an order of service, prayer sheet, and activity pages for children and shut-ins mailed and emailed to everyone on our mailing list. Please download these and print them off for your own usage prior to coming.
• Please pray for the church, for the state, for the nation, and for the world.

We are living in an unusual time. Thus, it is more important than ever to be patient and respectful towards each other. Thank you for being the church, thank you for how you have cared for each other during this time, and thank you for being God’s presence in this world. May the Lord bless this Sunday and glorify His name upon this world.

Grace and Peace,
Pastor Chris Davis

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