You can celebrate All-Church Communion at Home Drive-Through * Pick-Up * No-Contact
Let Us Break Bread Together
The sacraments — which have been blessed by Pastor Joe — are individually wrapped and sealed, complete with juice and wafer. Look for a bin on a small table under the portico outside the North entrance to the church. Containers of hand sanitizer will also be on the table.
Drive-up any time during the pick-up days (see dates below)
Sanitize your hands,
Take as many individually wrapped pieces as needed for your family,
Replace the lid.
Simple as that.
Take your sacraments home.
Set them out as you prepare for the virtual service at 10:30 am.
To ensure the safety of our congregation for in-person worship during this pandemic, First Church has created a ReTurn plan which includes a shortened service, limited attendance, and requirements for face coverings and social distancing. On Sunday mornings, the Worship Team will be recording attendance, providing a sanitizing station, and seating you in especially marked pews. There will be no bulletins or other materials handed out. When you enter the Sanctuary, you will be able to drop your offering in the offering plate by the door. On Communion Sundays you will be able to pick up your individually wrapped communion cup and wafer. At the end of Worship, you will be asked to exit to the parking lot. Please greet your fellow congregants while standing by your car.
When you let loose your breath, they are created, and you make the surface of the ground brand-new again. Psalm 104:30
Creation and the Christian
For two thousand years, Christians have confessed God as the Creator of Heaven and Earth. Yet, we have often disconnected our confession with our practices and ethics.
This series will proclaim that the the Spirit is breathing life into creation, suffering with creation and renewing all creation. Worshipers will be invited to align themselves with the activity of the Spirit.