We believe that Jesus Christ is truly present in the bread and wine by his Word of promise. All baptized persons may receive the Sacrament for the forgiveness of sins and the strengthening of faith. Generally, small children are brought forward to receive a blessing.
Until we are able to meet again in person, join our online services on Easter plus 1st & 3rd Sundays to share Holy Communion with us. Have wine and bread ready as you join the video. Pastor will bless the Communion elements and provide Communion instruction during the service.
Governor Abbott has allowed limited “phase one” openings at not more than 25% of original capacity. Meanwhile, “shelter in place” remains the preferred option and people over 65 are urged to lessen physical contact.
On Mothers’ Day, Sunday May 9, we will host outdoor worship services at 10:15 a.m. in front of the church. Bring your lawn chair and hand sanitizer. Practice social distancing. We strongly encourage ‘at risk’ population to participate remotely - later in the afternoon - once the service is available on Facebook and YouTube.
Our leadership team will still meet on May 12th to determine responsible plans to reconvene indoor physical, interpersonal worship services. Until then, full services will be performed and then posted online to the church's social media pages.
Find our worship services online during these weeks on our social media accounts which you will be able to access through this website, Facebook and YouTube.