We are back to having in-person services! We understand that some people are more vulnerable than others and that some may not feel comfortable being out in public at this time. We will continue to live stream Sunday School at 10am and the Sunday Morning message after Praise and Worship (usually around 11:45-12:15).
For those that feel comfortable coming, we want you to come worship and grow in a safe atmosphere. To do that, we are prayerfully asking for wisdom in how to keep you safe. We are monitoring the CDC and the Governor's mandates and these are the current steps we have in place. We ask that family groups keep 6 feet between others and we have every other row blocked off. We have hand sanitizer stations throughout the sanctuary and church. We are also sanitizing after services. We encourage the wearing of masks; however, they are not required. We also have masks available if you are unable to bring your own.
For the time being, nursery is cancelled. We realize this may cause you to feel stress if your child(ren) cries or becomes “antsy”. However, we assure you, you and your child(ren) are welcome here! This is a place of spiritual freedom and we pray you can relax and allow God to fill your spirit so you can be restored and overflowing with peace, joy, and love.
The offering baskets will not be passed around during service. However, they will be in the rear of the sanctuary to leave your tithe and offering on the way in or out. You can also give tithe and offering online through Givelify. Simply click the "Givelify" link below or "Online Tithes and Offering" on the left. You can also download the "Givelify" app on Google Play or the Appstore.
You can also click on the Facebook button below to be taken to our Facebook Page.
We look forward to seeing you and experiencing what God has in store in this next season.
Spirit Life Fellowship
If there ever was a time, it's now!
"There are a number of obvious reasons why we should pray for Jerusalem. We are commanded to pray for the peace of Jerusalem in Psalms 122:6. That is not a suggestion, but a command to the people of God.
Also, it is the capital of the promise land for the chosen people of God. It is also the prophetic hour glass for the ending of the age of grace. It will be the city to which the Messiah will return to redeem humanity.
Then, there is the honorable reason to pray for Jerusalem, because the creator has chosen this very small piece of real estate to place His name."
For more information or to keep reading, please visit http://www.forthepeaceofjerusalem.com/why-pray-for-jerusalem.html.
Numbers 25:9 (KJV)
And those that died in the plague were twenty and four thousand.
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