Dear Church Family,
You’ve probably heard it. Imagine you are standing with several others, getting ready for the photographer to take a group picture. Trying to get everyone in place, the one behind the camera says, “If you can’t see me, you’re not going to be in the picture!” In other words, don’t let someone get between the camera and you!
Here’s the truth: who you are looking at determines what group you are a part of. It certainly has a spiritual application doesn’t it? As we keep our eyes on the Lord, our faith finds focus and purpose. We follow Him and live our lives as messengers of hope and encouragement. Should we lose sight of Jesus and instead, focus on whatever might be in front of us, we lose the very thing that would bring us together.
This Sunday, I will be sharing a message from Galatians 2:20, a verse that speaks to the focus that guides us as we live our lives. I hope you’ll join us for a morning of worship, fellowship, and challenge as the Church gathers in His presence! The time is 11:00 am on Sunday morning. Maybe you’ll be able to join us in person. If so, why not consider being a part of Sunday School at 9:30 am? We are practicing social distancing protocols throughout our facility; we’d love to see you!
Of course, if you can’t join us in person, we invite you to join us online. We have been in the constant process of improving our Livestream offering, and I know the Lord will speak as we share together.
Once again, if there is anything you might need, please do not hesitate to call. We are your church, and we’re here for you.
It’s a joy to be your pastor!