Sunday, September 27, 2020
11 a.m. Worship Service Only
Musical Prelude, I John 1:9 and a time of quietness as worship begins.
Hymn No. 492 “Leaning On The Everlasting Arms”
Prayer, Pledge Of Allegiance, Announcements
Hymn No. 119 “They’ll Know We Are Christians”
Hymn No. 128 “The Family Of God”
Instrumental Music (Quiet preparation for message)
Scripture Reading: James 1:1
Message: “James, Our Brother James”
Dismissal Hymn: 285 “He Lives”(1st verse only)
We are currently meeting only at 11:00 A.M. each Sunday. No nursery or children’s classes will be staffed, though available for use by family members. Please join us for this time of worship. We do request that you wear a mask until you are seated in the pew and then as you leave. Thank you for your consideration.
Thank you for the cards, food, and flowers in the wake of the loss of our mother. Thank you also for all the kind words, memorial donations, and your prayers on our behalf. Our church family never ceases to amaze us by your thoughtfulness, compassion, and generosity. We are so very grateful for each and every one of you. ~ From Charles, Angela, and their families
Wednesday Nights – We will begin meeting again on Wednesday nights for Bible Study, October 7th at 6:30.
Offerings in memory of Melba Harrah have been received from Jack & Susie Lowey, Nancy McConnell and Janie Jones.
Prayer & Praise List: Choate family, Carole Coats, Thelma Hansen, Ray Harrah, Shirley Hogan, Joel Lively, Kate Lively, Tamara Mays, Donna Newman, Linda Overby, Chelease Robertson, James Smith, Sandy Stevens, Liam Stilwell, Donna Ulrich, Nick Valtierra, Bill Whaley, Eleventh Avenue Church, unspoken request, nursing home residents, the home bound, law enforcement, fire and EMS personnel, military, ministry of the Word from the pulpit, printed page, and web site, prisoners, prison ministries, missionaries.
- COVID-19 Protocol at Eleventh Avenue Church – Even though an essential part of gathering together is for social contact, we ask that you please maintain social distancing practices at all times prior to, during, and after the service. Everyone should continue the practice of remaining at least 6 feet apart. Please refrain from hugging or shaking hands. A face covering must be worn while entering the building and remain in place until seated for the service. Households can sit together, but seated households should be separated by a minimum distance of 8 feet. Please keep in mind that an asymptomatic person does not have to cough or sneeze to spread COVID-19 into the air space surrounding them. No nursery or children’s classes will be available. Families are to remain seated together during the service. Even though we are taking every precaution to try to keep everyone healthy, your decision to join us should be considered AT YOUR OWN RISK. If you have any underlying health conditions or a weakened immune system it is recommended that you stay home and continue to watch the message online in the safety of your home. While standard guidelines are for those who are 65+ to avoid contact as much as possible, it is certainly your decision whether to join us or not. We don’t want to discourage you from coming, but we don’t want you to take any risks you aren’t comfortable with. It’s unfortunate that we have to follow rules that are against our social instincts when gathering together for worship. However, we want to do our best to keep everyone safe. We look forward to seeing you in the services once again. If you decide to refrain from joining, we completely understand. Please continue to keep in touch with a phone call or through social media. Pastor Charles