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October 14, 2020

Dear friends,


This Sunday, October 18, is Consecration Sunday. You have received information about this and have heard members of the congregation talk about it in our worship services for the last few weeks. We're excited to welcome Rev. Mike Selleck as our guest leader of the Consecration Sunday program this year. He's an engaging preacher and has a very timely message for us as we think about how to plan for the future in a year that is so unpredictable. I hope you have marked this date on your calendar.


But there's more news to share: we're going to have our first drive-in worship services this Sunday! We have technology to allow you to park your car in the back parking lot and participate as safely as possible in worship from the comfort of your own vehicle. Our service will last 30-40 minutes, much like our online services do. And we'll also have our usual on-line service available, too. There are many ways to worship this Consecration Sunday!


While we won't have a luncheon following the drive-in service, there will be an opportunity for you to confidentially deposit your Generous Giving Card before you leave on Sunday. You can also complete an online Generous Giving Card at any time, and it will be sent directly to Lori Cora, our financial secretary. As a reminder, I do not see your financial giving or commitment records. Only Lori knows that information so that she can enter it into our database to help you track your giving and to help us build our 2021 budget.


Here's what you need to know about Sunday's drive-in worship:


Times: 3:30 and 5:00 pm (identical services)

Place: the church's back parking lot

Number of Cars at each service time: 25

REQUIRED Registration link: https://signup.com/go/YTYzHYw *

*Please only sign up for 1 per family (car). 


NO OFFICE HOURS this Sunday as we will be getting ready for Drive-In Worship!


Whether virtually or at the drive-in, please take a little time to participate in Consecration Sunday. I'm excited about the future that lies ahead of us!


Peace, 

Susan

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