13 Mar Catch up from Aaron
We plan to have both services this Sunday at 9 am and 10:45 am. I spoke with the CIL Elders – Aubrey McGowan, Chip Johnson, and Deborah Jackson – and we are all in agreement.
I am confident that all young and healthy people will navigate the coronavirus with limited impact. However, concerning the elderly and ill, we will continue this week to adapt social practices when it comes to handshakes and hugs. We will also have individualized, disposable communion cups and wafers for our sacramental worship. These individualized cups are not my preference long-term but are useful alternatives during vulnerable times. Please don’t feel any pressure to come, but if you are not in a high-risk category, we plan to worship with you.
I will be continuing the sermon series Ten Opportunities this Sunday. This series has been a refreshing look at Scripture as we let God’s Word shape us into the people He desires. This week’s message is titled Keep His Name Holy. It will give us a lot to consider, so I look forward to teaching.
With Sumner County Schools’ spring break next week, we will not have Awana or CIL Students on Wednesday, March 18.
I, Beth, and other CIL leaders are staying in contact with critical people in affected areas where the March 3 tornado created devastation. CIL will respond appropriately to needs as they manifest.
I love serving Jesus with you!