Community in Action October 2, 2020

How is the air where you are today? It is not good here in Dublin. I was so looking forward to worshiping with you outside this Sunday. It doesn’t really look too promising, but we will send out an email by tomorrow noon whether we will do Virtual Worship in the Sanctuary or it will be Outside Worship for Sunday.

    We will still plan to have Drive-Up Communion. We will have a special FM station for you to tune into for that event, which will begin at 11:15 am. All you need to do is drive into the parking lot from Amarillo Road starting at 11:00 am. There will be a table staffed by one or two of our deacons who will pass out the communion elements to you. Just tell them how many are in your car and each person will receive an individual cup with a sealed wafer on top.

    Follow the cones and the traffic flow person so you can park facing the Co-op gate. I will have a table set up for the last supper in front of the Co-op gate in the parking lot. At 11:15 am I will give a few introductory remarks and then lead us in our communion celebration.

    I look forward to having you all here. If we do have Outside Worship you can also attend the Drive-Up Communion. We can never have enough of Jesus.

    I learned recently that “Blessedness” is when we are resting in God’s presence. During this time I am learning to be grateful for every day I can breathe clean air, whenever I can be outside, and when I can worship God by celebrating the life I have in Christ.

    Let me share with you the Psalm I read this morning:

      How lovely is your dwelling place, LORD Almighty! My soul yearns, even faints, for the courts of the LORD; my heart and my flesh cry out for the living God. Even the sparrow has found a home, and the swallow a nest for herself, where she may have her young - a place near your altar, LORD Almighty, my King and my God. Blessed are those who dwell in your house; they are ever praising you.            Psalm 84:1-4

    Peace to you and yours,

    Pastor Randy

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