We have been invited to join with three of our presbyteries to host past GA Moderator Bruce Rayes-Chow on Tuesday, June 16, at 1 p.m. to discuss “Ideas for a Hybridized Worship Experience Between People on Zoom and People in Person.”
“I think not being able to get together for church on Sundays was something people really missed.”
Read responses from a Synod questionnaire to church leadership here.
“We are a church and part of that means we do things for people. We are servants, so we go and help serve.”
An estimated 80 people (which is 20-plus more than normally turn out for this gathering) attended the six online workshops.
“Although short-lived, it was a fun way of getting together and getting it done.”
“I’m humbled to be the pastor and leader of all of this. … This church – the incredible witness here continues to blossom.”
“We do not need to be reopened – we have never closed.”
“If people need to grab something, they can grab it. It’s also an opportunity for the community at large to help out and put food in.”
“It’s caused us to be more innovative, both as a youth group and also as a church as a whole. I see pastors and churches doing things at-large that they didn’t think were possible before.”