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November 28: Sunday Worship Services
Worshiping Together Safely
I pray that our resolve to continue worshiping together will only grow as we embrace what Jesus wants to do next. I want to provide another update to help us continue strengthening that resolve. All distancing and capacity restrictions in the state of Virginia have been eased. In light of these updates, here’s how we will apply our five biblical principles that have shaped our gatherings as we move into this next season.
1. Honor the governing authorities (Romans 13:1)
As a reminder, masks are no longer required but still recommended in certain circumstances.
2. Outdo each other in showing honor (Romans 10:12)
However we come to worship on Sunday, let’s remember the Apostle Paul’s command in Romans 15:7 — “Therefore welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.” This is the Apostle’s concluding command to his teaching in Romans 14, where he instructs believers “not to quarrel over opinions” (14:1) and not to pass judgment on one another (14:13).
3. Care for the vulnerable in our community (Psalm 41:1)
We will keep the extra space between the rows of chairs on the main floor of our Worship Room. Staff members will be ready to put on a mask when interacting with anyone wearing a mask or any time it’s requested.
4. Meet people wherever they are spiritually and physically (First Corinthians 9:22)
We are committed to worshipping together inside, outside, and online. As a reminder, indoor service will take place at 9am and our outdoor service will take place at 11am. Services are also available online anytime.
5. Honor the intergenerational character of our church (Philippians 2:3)
Worshiping across generations sharpens us all.
My prayer for the summer is that we will shift from contending with a crisis to receiving the recovery Jesus wants to bring about in our midst. Receiving Jesus’ recovery will require us to more deeply embrace the command of Hebrews 12:2 — “Let us fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith.”
See you Sunday – inside, outside, and online,