Phase II- Hybrid Drive-In Service
The Westminster Larger Catechism 136 explains that the sixth commandment forbids, “the neglecting or withdrawing the lawful and necessary means of preservation of life.” We believe during this time we should do as much as possible to limit, contain the virus so that we might value and protect life. We believe all mankind is made in the image of God and from the womb to the tomb we wish to value life.
The session met on May 28th, 2020, to discuss how we are going to move forward with restrictions been lifted. We had a fruitful conversation with differing perspectives on how we might move forward. We have been blessed to be able to meet together ‘in-person’ via our drive-in services. While other churches have been limited to only have church available online, we have been blessed to see many people attend church in their cars and even have visitors come.
The session decided to continue doing a hybrid drive-in service for the month of June. We are blessed to have the option of having an outdoor service with beautiful weather and also gorgeous scenery. The Hybrid service will continue to offer the FM signal for those of you who wish to remain in their cars. We will also allow people to sit outside of their vehicles; you will be required to bring your chair, and we strongly recommend you wear a face mask to protect yourself and others. You will need to socially distance from other households (6ft). Our mid-week programs will remain unchanged at this point. We will continue with our Catechism Video call on Tuesday and our Wednesday Night Bible Study via phone call.
Stay in Vehicle
- Tune in to FM Signal
- Disposable Bulletin
- No Passing of collection plates
- Children’s bulletin available
- Bring your own seat
- Face Mask Strongly recommended
- Sit as a family unit
- Socially distance from other people- 6ft
Our catechism will remain online.
Our mid-week Bible study will begin having a Hybrid model. People who feel comfortable gathering together can meet at church at 7:00 pm and practice social distancing. We strongly recommend you wear a face mask. We will also continue to offer the option to call in via telephone if you desire to stay at home.