Church Update

Important Zion Church Update

Monday November 2, 2020

Dear Zion Church Family,

    Many of us were
hopeful the virus would be long gone, or at least not affecting as many folks in our
community now. However, the virus has been spreading and we are having to wait to make
plans. Our Zion deacons have discussed our church plans and  how and when to safely resume church activities on campus.  We are going to be offering an indoor Worship Service on Sundays at 10am.  (Services will also be live streamed via our Church Facebook page and also available on our website.)   The indoor service will be held  in our Family Life Center.  We ask folks to bring a chair, a mask, and sit spread out in the gym as a family.   Doors will be open with masks and  hand sanitizer available by each door and the restrooms.  Bulletins and offering baskets will be available on tables located in the FLC and hallway.  We will also have the side entrance closest to the memorial garden open for folks to use. In the event of a warm weather Sunday, we may move our worship service back outside and will inform the church before hand.

We do ask for those folks at risk to use caution and avoid getting out in public.  We encourage folks to wash their hands, and reminding all to avoid handshakes and hugs for a while.  Wednesdays we will continue to Live stream via our Facebook Page our Bible Study and Prayer Time at 6pm.  Sunday School will also be online at 9am.

     During this time if you need anything, please do not hesitate to contact staff or others in our church family.  We will be happy to run errands or help in any way.  Most importantly, we ask for you to pray for all those affected by the Corona Virus.  Pray for all the healthcare workers and public safety people during this health crisis.  May we all remember the peace and love given to us from God and share that love with our community.

In Christ,

Matt

Below are some resources about the virus and preventative measures

Video Message from the NC Baptists on Mission –

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