I want to update you on what was announced yesterday in our worship services as well as share information on our path-forward as a church in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Our Elders and pastors have made the decision to suspend our CTS worship services and all other CTS activities for the next two weeks. Our decision is based upon love for one another and respect for our governmental authorities and the counsel from our LCMS President Matthew Harrison in seeking the common good of our communities, state, and nation.
In the spirit of this decision we ask that this apply to all off-campus CTS gatherings as well as those that meet on-campus for the next two weeks.
We will live stream an abbreviated worship service for the next two Sundays (3/22 & 29) from our Sanctuary at 10 AM. We encourage you to be part of our virtual CTS community as we share in an uplifting time together in God’s Word.
Some matters we want you to be aware of:
- Pastor Aaron and I are available for any type of pastoral ministry. You may contact us directly or let Rebekah know (contacts below).
- If you have prayer requests, you may submit those to Rebekah who will disperse them to our prayer teams.
- If you are in an at-risk category for this virus and would like to remain at home, our young adult community will be glad to bring groceries, medicines, etc. to your home. Please contact Pastor Aaron for arrangements.
The situations caused by this virus seem to change daily and we will continue to monitor its development and impact on our ministry. We very much want to stay together as a congregation in conversation, prayer, care, and worship throughout the duration of this crisis using all the technologies available to us. I hope we can be a community united together especially on Sunday mornings at 10 AM.