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Sunday AM Worship 1 (w/Live Stream)Sunday AM Worship 1 (w/Live Stream)Time: 9:00am - 10:00am
https://youtu.be/IYtlscp-2UQ Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines. We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious. We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different. Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.
Sunday AM Worship 2 (w/Live Stream)Sunday AM Worship 2 (w/Live Stream)Time: 11:00am - 12:00am
https://youtu.be/4Af8OztOq1I Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines. We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious. We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different. Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.
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Sunday AM Worship 1 (w/Live Stream)Sunday AM Worship 1 (w/Live Stream)Time: 9:00am - 10:00am
https://youtu.be/2q9HGDmB_Mg Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines. We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious. We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different. Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.
Sunday AM Worship 2 (w/Live Stream)Sunday AM Worship 2 (w/Live Stream)Time: 11:00am - 12:00am
https://youtu.be/FvygLxSBeq8 Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines. We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious. We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different. Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.
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Sunday AM Worship 1 (w/Live Stream)Sunday AM Worship 1 (w/Live Stream)Time: 9:00am - 10:00am
https://youtu.be/DHOHZtIWWhg Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines. We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious. We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different. Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.
Sunday AM Worship 2 (w/Live Stream)Sunday AM Worship 2 (w/Live Stream)Time: 11:00am - 12:00am
https://youtu.be/dsTbosIwTAk Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines. We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious. We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different. Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.
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Sunday AM Worship 1 (w/Live Stream)Sunday AM Worship 1 (w/Live Stream)Time: 9:00am - 10:00am
https://youtu.be/ElP6lW4D2sg Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines. We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious. We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different. Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.
Sunday AM Worship 2 (w/Live Stream)Sunday AM Worship 2 (w/Live Stream)Time: 11:00am - 12:00am
https://youtu.be/vDoCHQ72jhc Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines. We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious. We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different. Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.
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Sunday AM Worship 1 (w/Live Stream)Sunday AM Worship 1 (w/Live Stream)Time: 9:00am - 10:00am
https://youtu.be/esqUCjrqppk Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines. We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious. We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different. Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.
Sunday AM Worship 2 (w/Live Stream)Sunday AM Worship 2 (w/Live Stream)Time: 11:00am - 12:00am
https://youtu.be/LuCN3nvf6dM Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines. We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious. We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different. Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.
           
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Sunday AM Worship 1 (w/Live Stream)
05/03/20, 09:00am

https://youtu.be/IYtlscp-2UQ

Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines.

We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious.

We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different.

Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.

Sunday AM Worship 2 (w/Live Stream)
05/03/20, 11:00am

https://youtu.be/4Af8OztOq1I

Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines.

We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious.

We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different.

Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.

Sunday AM Worship 1 (w/Live Stream)
05/10/20, 09:00am

https://youtu.be/2q9HGDmB_Mg

Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines.

We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious.

We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different.

Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.

Sunday AM Worship 2 (w/Live Stream)
05/10/20, 11:00am

https://youtu.be/FvygLxSBeq8

Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines.

We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious.

We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different.

Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.

Sunday AM Worship 1 (w/Live Stream)
05/17/20, 09:00am

https://youtu.be/DHOHZtIWWhg

Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines.

We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious.

We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different.

Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.

Sunday AM Worship 2 (w/Live Stream)
05/17/20, 11:00am

https://youtu.be/dsTbosIwTAk

Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines.

We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious.

We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different.

Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.

Sunday AM Worship 1 (w/Live Stream)
05/24/20, 09:00am

https://youtu.be/ElP6lW4D2sg

Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines.

We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious.

We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different.

Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.

Sunday AM Worship 2 (w/Live Stream)
05/24/20, 11:00am

https://youtu.be/vDoCHQ72jhc

Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines.

We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious.

We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different.

Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.

Sunday AM Worship 1 (w/Live Stream)
05/31/20, 09:00am

https://youtu.be/esqUCjrqppk

Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines.

We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious.

We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different.

Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.

Sunday AM Worship 2 (w/Live Stream)
05/31/20, 11:00am

https://youtu.be/LuCN3nvf6dM

Governor Abbott has modified what we can do, and we are changing the format of our services to take advantage of the relaxed guidelines.

We are now allowed to have up to 50 people in the auditorium, rather than just 10. With that increased capacity, we are going to begin having Sunday services for more people in person. However we are going to continue to livestream our services, and we strongly encourage any of our at-risk members to consider staying at home for a few more weeks and participating with our worship through the livestream. We encourage any of our members who are uncomfortable assembling with that many people to continue participating through the livestream, and please also stay home if you are at all concerned that you might be contagious.

We normally have far more than 50 people at a time at our services, so what we will do starting this weekend (May 3) is have two services that are nearly identical. We’re asking half of our congregation to attend a 9:00 service, and the other half to attend an 11:00 service. The two services this week will have the same sermon and the same introduction to the Lord’s Supper. The song leaders and prayer leaders will be different.

Livestream links for this week will be posted above this message on Saturday.