It’s time to answer the question that everyone wants to know.
WHEN ARE WE REOPENING?
Short Answer: Sunday, May 31st
Long Answer: It’s the SUMMER of TRANSITIONS
After recent changes made in our country and state about the slow process of reopening, we have made the decision to open our building on May 31st for the 11am worship service. However, things will change weekly, and we will be spending time early on making sure we can operate in our building safely and with some social distancing measures in place.
No matter what, we will continue to offer all worship services and family ministry resources ONLINE to anyone who chooses to not gather in-person when we start back on May 31st. We ask that everyone make the best decision for themselves and their families before returning to Journey (especially those sick or experiencing symptoms and the immunodeficient - we ask that you stay home at this time).
Similar to the rest of our country, we will be taking steps to slowly open. Below you will see a button linking to our planned stages of reopening, what will be offered for adults, students, and children, what our desired timelines are, and what to expect in our gatherings. We will hold these plans loosely (especially timelines) since we know that some things can and will change from week to week.
We realize that over the course of this summer our church will continue to slowly transition between in-person and online worship experiences. Our commitment is to serve you where you are and do our best to keep our church connected during this time.
We encourage you to ENGAGE in whatever level you desire and STAY CONNECTED to your church family. The author of Hebrews said it this way:
Let us hold tightly without wavering to the hope we affirm, for God can be trusted to keep his promise. Let us think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works. And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near.” Hebrews 10:23-25
Please don’t hesitate to ask questions as we walk through these transitions. However, we ask that you continue to be patient and give extra grace when decisions are made that you personally don’t agree with. We’re all one body with one Lord, and we all desire to serve Him fully.
Matt Dawson | Lead Pastor
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