Edna Clemons teaches on the Ten Commandments as the series about Israel continues!
Sam Melton continues our series on Through the Highs and Lows with this week's lesson on God's deliverance of Israel.
Jason Ralston continues our series titled "Through the Ups and Downs; Moses" on this week's lesson on the Exodus and Parting of the Red Sea.
Edna Clemons continues our series titled "Moses; Through the Highs and Lows" with this week's lesson on the 12 Plagues.
Passage: Exodus 4:27-12:50
Christy Maldoff continues our series on the Highs and Lows in the Life of Moses in this week's lesson on Moses and the Burning Bush.
Passage: Exodus 2:10-4:26
Sam Melton begins a new chapter in Through the Highs and Lows in this week's lesson on Moses.
Passages: Exodus 1-2:10
Sam Melton wraps up our series on the highs and lows in David's life in this lesson reviewing God's Grace in David's life.
Passages: 1st Samuel 15-19; 2nd Samuel 11-12; 18:33; Romans 3:23; 10:9
9AM Sunday - Masks-in-Motion....please wear a face-covering when entering and exiting, but feel free to remove it once seated. There will also be a section for those who want to continue to wear a mask the entire time. This section will be on the main floor in front of the sound booth. Still practicing physical distancing.
11AM and 6PM Sunday - Masks Recommended....Continue to be mindful of distance and personal space and please continue with our entering and exiting procedures, but masks are completely optional for these services. Feel free to wear them and feel free not to wear them. Still practicing physical distancing. There will also be a section for those who want to continue to wear a mask the entire time at the 6PM service.
Life Groups will start with the baseline standard of masks recommended but each Life Group will have freedom to decide as a class what their procedure will be for the comfort and concern level of its members. Life Group classes will be physically distanced.
Calvary Kids...masks are no longer required for children in K through 5th grade attending Calvary Kids. Still practicing physical distancing. Preregistration required.
Volunteers....those serving as ushers, greeters, cleaners, or serving in preschool or Calvary Kids are asked to wear masks while serving.
(1) We need to still be careful and mindful of our entering and exiting plans to keep our distance until we are outside.
(2) Kindly respect the choices of those in your church family as some will continue to wear masks and others will not.
(3) Do not come if you have fever, symptoms of Covid, or have been exposed to someone who tested positive.
(4) Inform us immediately if you or your family test positive.
(5) Wearing a mask while moving is still strongly suggested, so consider that, but feel free to make your own personal choices and manage your own health risk.
Christy Maldoff continues our series on David and his Highs and Lows in this lesson on David and Bathsheba.
Passages: 2nd Samuel 11; Psalm 51
Here's just a handful of announcements and reminders about what's happening and details for this Sunday!
● I am so excited for the re-launch of our nursery and preschool area. Childcare will be available for the 11AM service only.
● Please be mindful of increased people in the preschool entrance and avoid the area unless you have a reason to be there.
● We ask that everyone still enter through the main church lobby, unless you are a parent dropping off your child(ren). Only parents dropping off their child(ren) may use the Resource Center doors to enter the building.
● Still doing masks for the 9AM service, and masks-in-motion for the the 11AM and 6PM services.
● The plan is to modify to a masks-in-motion guideline for 9AM and back to masks-recommended across other services in the next couple weeks.
● With attendance nearing capacity (last Sunday night was VERY full!), please note that once we reach 225-250 in the sanctuary, we will direct people to overflow in the choir loft and/or Room 101. If you are willing to sit in these locations voluntarily, please let an usher know.
● This Sunday evening, I have asked Pastor Chris to share his heart on lessons we can learn from this season of our lives, similar to what I did last week. Pastor Aaron will present his thoughts on the evening of August 30.
● Remember, Life Groups will begin on Wednesday, September 9. More details will be given in Sunday's services.
● You can find this Sunday's digital sermon notes here or at sermons.church and then search for "Calvary Baptist Church Red Bank."
Church, you ought to know my heart by now. If you didn't come last Sunday night, you can find the audio of "Lessons from a Pandemic" here on our podcast. Proceeding with carefulness, I am incredibly eager to get things back to as "normal" as we can very soon. I continue to be available to you for questions and clarifications about decisions being made. I assure you there are made with much thought and prayer. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Besides all this, there is a WONDERFUL Sunday planned with stirring music and a sermon from Galatians which will address some principles concerning racism and prejudice. Don't let anything cause you to miss what God may have for you this week in church.
I love you and I am praying for our body of believers. I will see you in person or online!
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