Because of COVID-19, at this time Christ Church is offering an adjusted in-person worship service with one service at 10:00 a.m. without singing and using marked seating in the sanctuary and Fellowship Hall to enable distancing. The outside doors will be opened, stationary offering plates will be available for giving and no bulletins, pads, or hymnals will not be used, only screens. Those who have Covid-19 symptoms or who have been exposed to anyone testing positive within 14 days are asked to not come in person. Those who do come in person will be expected to wear a mask, use hand sanitizer as they pass through the entryways, sit in the designated seating areas, and keep a minimum of 6 feet between people/family’s. Children’s pew packs will be provided for pick up to keep and use during worship along with prepackaged elements for communion. There will be no food or other gatherings in the building and following worship people will depart the building so cleaning can begin. The service will be lived streamed at 10:00 a.m. at http://christchurchracine.com/media/sermons and a copy of the service available after on that page as well. So, plan to tune in live at 10:00 a.m. or join us in person this Sunday.
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studies, youth and children’s resources to access through our church subscription. If you do not have an account yet contact the
The church continues to operate and support ministry throughout the week. Keeping up with your financial stewardship giving makes a difference. Offerings may be mailed in or you can give online. Click HERE to go to our giving page. If you are in a high-risk category and need to remain home-bound please contact the church office if you need assistance with supplies. If you are someone who can help with delivering supplies please let the office know. Items for the food pantry can be dropped off in the collection basket in between the entry doors of the south entryway.
In these days of uncertainty, remember that you are not alone, even if “social distancing” may make it seem that way. Stay in touch with others from the church particularly those you know live alone. Pick up the phone, send an email or text, and stay in touch through the church Facebook page! Let’s be in prayer for one another, for our medical workers, those making policy and public health decisions, the most vulnerable in our society, and for those who are most impacted economically.
And through it all, remember that “God is our refuge and our strength, an ever-present help in times of trouble.” (Psalm 46)
God bless and stay safe, Pastor George