Dear Acts 2 family,

When we gather next for worship or for any activity on our campus, masks are welcome, but not required. I wanted to let you know this for a number of reasons:

  1. We never want you to be surprised (other than by the Holy Spirit) when you arrive.
  2. We have a large number of children who are yet to be vaccinated.
  3. We have a smaller number of adults who are immunocompromised due to chemotherapy or other lifesaving medications.

Communion at both 9:15am and 10:45am will be served inside by vaccinated servers at each aisle with the gluten-free option in the center aisle using individual cups. We will continue to have family communion kits available as well as long as families are taking them.

When you come to worship or other activities, please consider those around you, knowing that some in our community are at risk to become critically ill if they contract a virus. So, come as you are and bless those around you. If you are not feeling well and could be contagious, please worship online that day. God will understand, and your brothers and sisters in Christ will appreciate it.

The rows in the sanctuary will continue to be spaced further apart until the time we need to add more chairs as more and more of you feel comfortable attending worship together each week. It is my joy to see you and worship with you.

We will continue Church Online each Sunday starting at 7am with church on demand followed by our 9:15am and 10:45am services. Please let us know that you are worshipping with us online each week by text or email so we can know how you are doing and, quite pointedly, who makes up our church family following the pandemic.

Thank you for being such a warm and welcoming people throughout the pandemic. We have much to celebrate this summer. I hope to see you Saturday for the work day from 9am-noon, Sunday for worship, and certainly next week on June 13 for our Grand Opening of the new “4 the Kids Building” at 6pm.

It will be a great blessing to me to see your faces again whenever you choose to worship. Masks are welcome, but not required.

Every blessing,
Pastor Mark

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