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From the Pastor’s desk:
We are all tired of hearing that we are living in un-precedented times. I was joking the other day that I am ready to get back to precedented times. As many of you know it was our hope to roll out a more normal service and liturgy the first Sunday of July. Unfortunately, we have had a resurgence of cases in the greater San Antonio area which has caused us to push that plan back. For the foreseeable future we will continue our focus on the livestream while still inviting those who are comfortable to join us for in-person worship. Fortunately, we do not have to despair because we serve a God who is sovereign over every aspect of our lives, and He is completely trustworthy. We will also have to push back a few other events that would normally take place at the end of the summer.
First, after much prayer, reflection, and consultation with the executive members of the council we have decided to cancel the semi-annual meeting. We will conduct that business, Lord willing, at the January meeting. This means that primarily we will be asking those council members that are willing to stay on for a few more months to do so. If they would prefer to go ahead and step away, they will of course be able to do that. We will move forward with whatever group is willing to stay on until those seats can be filled in January. We are fully aware that this is an extraordinary situation, but we feel it is our safest option.
Second, in light of the difficulties faced with the increase in cases and the executive order for face coverings we have also decided to postpone our summer camp trip. This trip was meant to take place the first weekend of August, but we feel as though the wisest course of action is to wait until we can be more confident of the safety of our youth and volunteers. The Baptist Camp at Palacios has agreed to hold our deposit to be used at a later date, so we will not lose any money on the reservation. We will continue to worship at 10:30 in-person and online. Everyone has done a great job with social distancing, so we feel comfortable moving forward with in-person worship. When you feel comfortable returning, we would love for you to join us in-person! We have missed all of you so very much. If you need anything, please let us know!
Grace and peace,
Pastor Jason Ford