As you know, we have been closely monitoring daily updates on COVID-19. Out of an abundance of caution AND to help our community bring this virus to an end, we have made the difficult decision to pause any large group gatherings for at least the next two weeks. While saddened that we will not gather together in the same space, we believe the health and safety of our community is a top priority.
As of today (March 13, 2020), this decision includes our weekend gatherings and Growth Track only.
Just because we can’t be together, doesn’t mean we can’t still have church! We invite you to gather with us ONLINE at our regular gathering times of 8:30a, 10a & 11:30a. You’ll be able to access the stream of our weekend services (produced by our fantastic staff and volunteer team) from home. As always, you can join us online via the free Parkview App, our website, our AppleTV App, or our Roku App. You can even give online. So, invite your friends (via text, phone, email, or social, of course!) to join you. We are also working on creative ways to engage your children and students!
This Sunday, Ray will continue the series we began last Sunday called Red Letter Questions, and I will offer a few thoughts on Faith vs. Fear.
Parkview, this is a time for us to stand in faith. More than ever our neighbors need us to BE the church. At this time, we do not see a reason to postpone any small group gatherings. Our building will remain open. Care & Recovery groups, Women’s Bible Study, Life Groups, and small events will still be happening throughout the week. Our lobby and auditorium will remain open for anyone looking for a space to pray. Our staff will be here for you. These are weird times, but we challenge you to live in faith, believing God is still at work, He loves YOU, this church, and this world.
We love you,
Dave & Ray
PS. We know you likely have additional questions, and we will continue to communicate updates and changes through email, our website, and social media channels. We ask you to keep praying for all those who are at risk, our medical professionals, and those in decision-making positions.