• Dr. Mike Routt


Public worship services are "on" for 9:15 am and 10:45 am tomorrow at our church building! Our water issue has been resolved.

Our staff arrived on Monday morning to a church building without water. The -17 degree (at least) weather on Sunday night/Monday morning was the culprit. Our staff worked throughout the week to resolve the problem. Finally, on Friday morning, our executive pastor, Ross Jagers, discovered the pipes unfroze during the night when he opened the "cut-off" valve. Unfortunately, a pipe did burst in the electrical room off the men's restroom. I am so thankful that room had a drain in the floor!!! Fortunately, Ross has a friend who is a plumber who immediately came over to the church to repair the pipe.

We are grateful to GOD for the resolution to the water problem!! We are also thankful the repairs did not cost "mega-bucks!" And we are truly thankful we can gather tomorrow in our church building for public worship!

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