• Dr. Mike Routt


As you already know, the governor yesterday issued a "stay at home" order. This means the church staff is now working from home. But, we WILL still have our live stream at 10:15 am this Sunday. Here is a message from the governor's office: Bill Runyan, liaison with the Colorado governor, “I do know for sure that pastors and staff have the green light to go to their facilities and record content so it can be used online. They would ask that you practice social distancing with the others on your team while doing it.”

So our worship band will be on site to present worship music, and I will bring a message on "Conquering our Fears."

Also, I am hosting a Zoom conference call at 11:30 am. Lori Cantwell will be sending this invitation out via email. If you do not receive this invitation, please contact her or me. In the call, I will share an update on "where we are at," staff persons will share on-line opportunities for our members, I will share a financial update, I will give other updates, and will also share health reports and will lead in a time of prayer.

I pray all of our church family continues to stay safe and enjoy good health. Please let our church staff know if there is any way we can serve you, our church family, during this crisis.

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