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Letter to the Church – May 21 2020

Central Manor Church Family,

Thanks again for your patience as our Church Council has wrestled with the best ways to move forward with reassembling as a congregation. As of this writing, our plan is to proceed with the outdoor drive-in service on Sunday, May 24, and tentatively to resume services in our building beginning May 31. You should have received our letter last week which detailed the various factors that have contributed to these decisions. After meeting and reviewing things again this week, minor adjustments were made to our plan. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the  Guidelines for Reassembling.

Please note as well that with the gradual transition back to services in our building, this will result in some changes to the services and devotionals that have been offered online.

 

  1. Prerecorded worship services will no longer be streamed through our online.church web site but will be posted to our church Facebook page and YouTube channel by 8:00 on Sunday mornings.

 

  1. This will be the last week for our Gospel Project daily devotionals through Facebook Live.

 

  1. Adult Sunday School will continue to be taught through Facebook Live on Sunday mornings at 9:30, except for this Sunday, May 24.

 

  1. Pastor Jeremy will continue to post a kid-friendly version of our Sunday School lesson on our church Facebook page by 8:00 each Sunday morning.

 

Lastly, our Church Council would like you to join them in welcoming our newest members to the Central Manor Church family. These members are Jordan and Kristen Funk, John and Lisa Jewers, Dave and Joy Mason, and Ryan and Suzanne Vallowe, all of whom affirmed their commitment in a Zoom meeting with Pastor Scott on May 10. Put on your thinking caps and be creative as we offer these individuals the right-hand-of-fellowship. Find a way to let them know you are glad they are here!

As we press on for the cause of Christ and His kingdom, may we be reminded of the words of the psalmist in Psalm 106:1 where he calls upon his readers to give thanks to the Lord. Truly, He is good, and His steadfast love endures forever!

 

John Jewers

Pastor of Connections & Operations

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