2021: Closing the Gap: Heaven’s Perspective on Earth’s Issues
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An update on WHO Family Gatherings:
We as a leadership team want to be proactive in creating a considerate and faith-filled environment in which to worship together. We all want our families safe and healthy. We also enjoy the benefit and blessing of worshipping together. It is our continued goal to create the atmosphere where both desires are honored.
We have been diligently monitoring the most recent COVID numbers available. We know there has been a spike in positive cases, which has caused us to re-evaluate the conditions of our gatherings. As a result, the following considerations will be in effect, beginning in December and continuing until we see a consistent decrease in positive cases within our local community.
1. Increased space in our seating arrangement to create family “pods”.
2. Sunday morning disinfecting of all surfaces to be used during our worship gathering.
3. Signs on doors strongly recommending the wearing of masks during gatherings.
4. Limiting the length of our gatherings to 90 minutes.
5. Only meeting on Sundays. Bible Studies will remain virtual.
As we have stated in prior communications, please thoughtfully consider each member of our family with loving care. If unsure about someone’s personal convictions on this subject, don’t hesitate to ask. By doing so, we honor one another as we endeavor to maintain the unity of the Spirit among the family.
We hope this creates security among us all, that we are doing all we can to ensure a worship environment where as many as possible feel safe to gather together. We ask each one of you to keep praying for the health and well-being of the WHO family and humanity in general. Jesus is King and is so much bigger than this virus. So also are we.
With much love for you all,
The WHO Leadership Team
Those who prefer to join us from home can take advantage of our digital streams on Facebook and YouTube. We are grateful for our diligent tech crews who volunteer their time to provide this alternative for us. A note about our streaming platforms: YouTube’s livestream is best suited if you prefer to watch from your TV. (You can download the YouTube app on most smart TVs.) YouTube is also a good option for those who prefer not to use Facebook’s app. We are also live on Facebook for those who have the app. (Wherever you choose to watch, we love when you join in by commenting, reacting and sharing!)
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