You’re invited for online worship at 10:30 this morning! (April 5, 2020)
Hope you can make it to worship Sunday morning at 10:30!
Hope your family is healthy and doing well this week. It’s still crazy living in this COVID-19 world.
Here’s the plan:
This week’s sermon will premiere on our YouTube channel at 10:30 am. This link will take you straight there. The premiere will allow us to share some simple communication as we watch the message together.
Here’s the sermon link: https://youtu.be/odAo4A7DwEw
Because people find YouTube videos based on likes and subscribers, it would be very helpful if you would take a second to give this video a thumbs up and subscribe to our channel!
Please, take a moment to let us know you are here by completing this google form: https://forms.gle/LVkFU5Xd9v796U5P7
I have created a playlist with three music videos to sing along with or put you in a worshipful frame of mind and the sermon. If you begin this playlist about 10:10, you will be ready for the sermon a few short minutes before it premiers: bit.ly/CR_Worship_04-05-2020
Here are a few other resources I have prepared for you and your children:
Message Handout (outline with fill-in-the-blank): bit.ly/CR_Handout_04-05-2020
Kid’s Color Page: bit.ly/CR_Color_Page_04-05-2020
You are invited to join us for a Zoom teleconference during worship and for communion.
Because people have begun to use Zoom to do bad things, we will no longer publicly display our Zoom link or meeting ID on the website. If you did not receive our email with the Zoom link, please send a note to email@example.com, and I will send a link to let you join in. I will also sign you up to receive future email updates.
You can prepare by downloading Zoom at Zoom.us or on your mobile device through the App Store or Google Play Store. It’s available for PC, Mac, tablet or phone. If you are at the store today, you may want to pick up communion elements. (Personally, I like to pick up matzah bread and grape juice. What’s important is the death and resurrection of Jesus the elements point to not the elements themselves. So, in this time of crisis, feel free to substitute something similar.)
Thank you so much for your participation. I look forward to seeing you this morning.
Let me know if you have any questions. I sure don’t want anyone to miss out on worshipping with us!
See you (online) Sunday!