FAQ’s for Sunday, May 31

FAQ’s for Sunday, May 31

Do I need to sign up for all the worship services?  No. You need to sign up HERE if you are attending the 9:30am service on campus.  You do not need to sign up for the 8:30am service or if you are joining us online.

Can I show up if I didn’t sign up?  Yes, but it helps us tremendously for you to sign up ahead of time so that we have the space ready.

How many people were on campus for worship last Sunday? We had 22 people at the 8:30 am service and 71 people at the 9:30 am service.

Will I have a specific reserved seat at 9:30? Yes.

Is everyone still wearing facemasks? Yes.

Do I have to wear a facemasks? Yes.

What if I don’t like facemasks?  I don’t like them either, but apparently singing is a super good way to transmit this annoying virus and masks help to protect the people around us.

How long will we have to wear facemasks? I don’t know.

How long will we have to sign up for the 9:30am service? I don’t know.

When will we have kid’s church and a nursery? I don’t know.

When will we have coffee and donuts? I don’t know.

What do you know, Jeff? Jesus loves you, God is working good, you can worship from anywhere, and Grace will be stronger on the other side of all this.

How can I help?  Check on your church family.  If you haven’t seen someone in a while and they come to your mind, give them a call and ask how they are doing and how you can be praying for them.  Give grace upon grace and do not play into the division and distraction the enemy is sowing.  Help us Stuff the Truck!  Join us for the 30 Day Worship Challenge!  Pray that God would be glorified through our church and that what is not of Him would be shaken away so that all of Him might be more clearly on display.

If you or someone you know needs assistance during this time, please let us know. Generous folks here at Grace have given money specifically to help people effected financially by the virus and we are ready to help.

I love our church family and the work that God is doing in us and through us. Greater things are yet to come!

Jeff