Good evening HCC, May 11, 2020
Psalm 122:1, “I was glad when they said to me, “Let us go to the house of the Lord.”
I am excited to announce, THIS Sunday, May 17, 10:00 am, the church building will be open for those who choose to join us onsite for our worship service. However, there will be a limited number of seats available as we practice “social distancing.” If you would like to attend the service at the building this Sunday you will need to go to our Web Page (haysvillechristianchurch.org) and register. There are 40 seats available in the main sanctuary and 20 seats available in the Youth Center. The process of registering will help us to know how to group the chairs (chairs will be grouped for families, couples, etc). Sermon inserts, self-contained communion cups, offering plates, etc. will be available at the north and south entrances to the building (no plates will be passed). Those who choose to worship in the Sanctuary should park in the south lot and enter/exit through the south doors. Those who choose to worship in the Youth Center should park in north lot and enter/exit through the north doors. Feel free to wear a mask and/or gloves.
Please do not bring drinks or food items into the building. You can expect our service to last for approximately one hour. There will be no nursery or children’s church, and for now, no hugs (sorry).
In a few weeks we plan to add another service to accommodate those who want to join us at the building.
Like the past eight weeks, you can also remain at home and join our service online.
This has been a crazy and unusual time in the history of our nation and planet. I want to thank each of you for your love, patience, and encouragement. Your faithfulness, in the words of Tim Thomas, “blows my mind!” I want to give another shout-out to our amazing tech/web team: thank you Roy, Russ, Will, Justin and Alan.
I plan to continue my online Bible Study throughout the summer. (Wednesday nights, 7:00 PM).
Abba, Daddy, has been so good to me!
Great is YOUR faithfulness, Lord, unto me!
Prayerfully yours, Pastor Kurt Henson