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Last weekend, your Lay Leaders, Jessica Watson, and myself met to prayerfully consider how to move forward, when Judge Gravell announced that Williamson County increased to Stage Orange. At the time, we felt the best step was for us to continue meeting in-person, while ensuring that all of our safety protocols were followed.
Given that the Stage has increased once again, we prayerfully believe that at this time we must close the campus for in-person worship. Currently, we anticipate this happening both November 22 & November 29, the two weekends bookending Thanksgiving week. Our hope and prayer is that this will allow the numbers of positive cases to decrease and allow us to worship again in-person as we move into the Advent season.
As these moves happen, first and foremost, our prayers are and will continue to be with all those impacted by COVID-19, with our health officials, and all essential workers. Second, we invite you to pray with us for all those feeling lonely. With the holidays fast approaching, we know this will be a difficult time. Our prayer is that they would know that they are not alone.
Over the Thanksgiving week, one way that we can live into our value “We aren’t like family, we are family,” is for each of us to commit to reaching out to someone and let them know we are thinking about them. I encourage you to call or text your neighbors. Email your “pew friend” from church. Zoom with a friend you haven’t talked to in a while. Let us be the Church even in the midst of difficulty.