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With the coronavirus, we have entered a type of twilight zone. All of our routines and practices have been drastically altered. Thankfully, God is using this crisis to get all of us to think of new ways to preach and teach God’s Word and how to be community while being apart.

We have been on Facebook for three years now. Last Sunday, worship was exclusively on-line. It was not the same as having a congregation there but it was a great way to touch our community. We know that Facebook was probably overloaded with all of the broadcasts going out at the same time. So if you have problems in the future, try going to the YouTube channel that has our services there also. The YouTube broadcast had not issues.

We do not know how many Sundays we will have virtual worship only. My prayer is that God will use this time to remind us how important our gathering together is. When we open the doors of our building again, I hope we have a full house ready to praise the Lord!

Thanks for listening,

Pastor Paul Frick