An Update From Our Pastors.
Dear Church Family,
We wanted to let you know that effective Sunday, March 22nd, we will be moving all of our services online for the next few weeks.
Our heart has always been for the people of Neighborhood, and when something like this happens, your safety and well-being are our priority.
In these uncertain times, we must all do our best to help ease the spread of the Coronavirus (Covid-19). Following recommendations from our state government on social distancing and limiting public gatherings, we feel this is the best course of action for the safety and well-being of our community.
For the next few weeks, we are recommending you stay home as much as possible, limiting any physical contact outside of your immediate family members. During this time, all gatherings such as Small Groups and outreaches will be suspended.
Please know that this decision was not made lightly. Limiting any physical contact is our best mechanism for keeping those we love safe and healthy.
So, what should we do now?
Here are few ways that we can stay engaged and connected with one another:
- Follow us on Social Media (Instagram and Facebook).
- We will be updating content more frequently and will provide resources and opportunities for us to engage one another in community.
- Subscribe to our YouTube page and turn on notifications so you can know when we're broadcasting our service as well as other online events.
- Kids Church lessons will be available for print through our website, nbhd.church. Pastor Sarah will be in communication with parents to provide information and answer any questions or needs.
- For those of you that are involved in a Small Group, text, call, FaceTime with your fellow group members. Do all that you can to stay connected without physical contact.
Links for our YouTube and Social Media accounts can be found below at the footer of this email.
If you are in need, or if you can provide a need, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We want to do our best to make sure the needs of our community are being met.
Church is now looking different from what we've formerly known. A theme we've seen from the new church in the book of Acts, was the ability of the faithful to adapt during difficult times, and continue to further the message of hope through our Lord, Jesus Christ.
This is one of those times.
This is our time.
We love you Neighborhood!
Pastors Dodjiel & Sarah