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Dear Valley Family and Friends,
Last week it was announced that churches were considered essential and were encouraged to reopen for live services. The CDC issued considerations and suggestions to balance the faith traditions of each congregation and health practices to keep people safe.
I’m extremely excited to announce that we will resume live services on Sunday, May 31st. The service times will remain at 9 am, 10:15 am, and 11:45 am. We will also resume live services on Wednesday, June 3rd, at 7 pm.
In light of the Covid-19 pandemic that we have been through, the church will look a little different for a while. Here are some things to expect.
We are having the church building professionally sanitized before Sunday. Common surface areas will be sanitized in between services.
I feel confident that our building and practices will ensure a safe church experience.
With that being said, I realize not everyone is ready to be around groups of people. I encourage those in vulnerable populations and with underlying health conditions to use wisdom in determining if returning to live services is the wisest decision. We will continue to provide Livestream services for those staying at home.
We will be anxiously waiting for you when the time is right!
King David said in Psalms 122:1, “I was glad when they said to me, let us go to the house of the Lord.”
I say AMEN to that!
I can’t wait to see you. Absence truly does make the heart grow fonder.