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Due to COVID-19 Pandemic, on-site services are cancelled.
To My Church Family:
How things have changed in the last few weeks. I confess I don’t know what is coming in the days ahead, but I do know “Greater is He who in us, than he who is in the World.” As I mentioned in last week’s sermon, everything else around us may be cancelled, but you can’t cancel Jesus. This is a time when we can re-discover, as I spoke about a few weeks ago, the church is not found in a building. We are the church, and this is an opportunity for us to share in prayer and ministry. The world is becoming an even more scary place, and those around us need to find the peace that can only be found in Jesus Christ.
Hopefully we will be able to return to our services in the near future, but if the recommendation to not gather in groups of more than 10 continues for weeks or even months, we are looking for other methods to fellowship and minister. We will be looking into posting sermons and perhaps Bible Studies directly to Youtube and on this webpage. Also, we will be exploring Zoom broadcasts where we could have group Bible studies.
Let us join in prayer for our nation. Also, if you know of someone who cannot get out or needs assistance, please contact Donna at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the contact tab at the top of this page so we can see if there is some way we can assist them as a church.
Be watching for further announcements. Please remember through it all, God is in control.
The sermon "A Song of Salvation" was delivered on 3-15-2020 by guest speaker Dr. VanKuiken.
Pastor Rick Calvert was raised in a small farm community in North Dakota. He received Christ at the age of 16 while attending a Wesleyan Youth group. Pastor Rick graduated from Bartlesville Wesleyan College in 1989.