Latest update March 27, 2021
Please read this letter from Pastor Jeremy:
Today we learned that coronavirus infections have tripled in our county since last week. That means that we have to make very hard decisions about whether to allow activities in our building, including worship. We need to return to worshiping online only. We are canceling in-person worship immediately, and we will continually re-evaluate the situation.
This is especially hard as Easter is next week, and it seems inevitable that we will for the second year in a row not worship together in person for Easter. The North Muskegon public schools have announced that they are moving to 100% virtual learning in the coming week. We need to do the same.
Please continue to stay home, and stay safe, as much as possible. I know that this is a real disappointment to many of you, as it is to all of us in leadership. We dearly wish there were a better way.
Unfortunately, many folks will not get the message in time to stay home this coming Sunday morning. I hope you will take the opportunity to call your friends, to encourage them to watch worship here on Facebook on Sunday morning, and to be connected in that way. I look forward to the day when we will be able to gather safely, all together, rejoicing in our God.
Bless you all, and may you know the joy of the resurrection in this season.
God bless you all. Keep safe!