About Worship July 5
Dear people of God:
We are inviting people to come to the church-house for worship on July 5, for the first time in four months. We will also be webcasting the service for those who should not, cannot, or prefer not to come. Here is what you need to know.
For those who want to watch on the web: we will be webcasting live on YouTube, and the service will be recorded and available to view afterward, as well. The service begins at 9:30 CDT, so tune in shortly before then if you want to watch it live. As we have been doing, the bulletin will be available so you can print it at home. There are three ways to tune in:
1. In your web browser, enter youtube.com/presbyterianchurchofthemaster and you will see the window for the service below it.
2. Go to our website, pcmomaha.org, and follow the link from there.
3. Go to our Facebook page, Presbyterian Church of the Master, and follow the link from there.
For those who want to attend in person, please note:
1. Weather permitting, we will worship outside in the courtyard. Dress accordingly, and bring a lawn chair.
2. Whether inside or out, we ask everyone to wear a mask, except for those who should not. We will have masks available for those who do not bring one with you.
3. You may print the bulletin from our website or pick one up here, if you want one. There will be a monitor with words to hymns and prayers, but we cannot guarantee you will be able easily to see it!
4. Only the front doors – those opening from the Courtyard – will be unlocked, should you need to enter the building.
5. Child care will not be provided.
6. This Sunday we will celebrate the Lord’s Supper. It will be prepared under sanitary conditions and will be served in a way designed to protect your health.
7. We will not share cookies or other snacks at the church. If you want cookies after worship, bring them with you, leave them in the car, and enjoy them as you drive home.
We will continue to monitor the situation and to adjust as seems right. Stay posted to our website or Facebook for the most current information.
May we all celebrate the goodness of God and take Jesus to the world.