Sunday programming online only for remainder of January

From Rev. Molly:

Due to the continuing exponential rise in Covid-19 case numbers in Boone county, we will be moving all our Sunday morning programming online for the remainder of January. We expect this to be a time-limited measure in response to the current surge and plan to resume hybrid programming once it is clear that case numbers are headed back in the right direction. 

For online worship at 10:30 a.m. Sundays, join us on Zoom or Facebook. Don’t miss this Sunday’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day service, with the Rev. Dr. C.W. Dawson. At this time we are still working out details for our special music programming.

We know that many of our members, friends, and families are becoming ill, quarantining, or worrying about loved ones during this current surge. We send healing wishes and care to each of you. Please do let us know if you or someone in your household becomes ill so that we may support you, whether materially or in spirit! 

We send our particular care and support to healthcare workers already stretched past their limits. If you are a healthcare worker in our congregation feeling burned out, please do reach out for pastoral support. I am here for you in such a time as this.  We also send love and wishes of protection to all educators, school staff, and students of every age and stage as classes resume amid the surge. We will be holding you in love and stand ready to support you as needed. 

For each and every one of you, we want to acknowledge the continued spiritual challenge of this time: It is so hard to be here again. We center ourselves as always in the Love that connects, sustains, and transcends us… that does not take away suffering but that rises to meet us even in the most difficult of times. May you feel that Love profoundly in this moment.

See you online,
Rev. Molly