Remembering what it was like on the eve of Remembrance Day last year is a sobering feeling. For the first time in my memory there were no public observances in 2020 of the day we celebrate our freedom and remember the cost. We were only allowed to gather in very small groups and to watch services on-line. We were also unsure of how this pandemic would end. Today we have hope that things are getting better, and have some assurance that people–especially seniors are better protected. There is much to give thanks for.
Central to our worship is the life freely given to us in God’s Son whose sacrifice won our eternal freedom from the guilt of sin. We have full assurance of our salvation. Whether we worship in our homes or gather in-person at our church we worship the One who is Worthy and who’s love is real.
If you wish to join us in person this Sunday please follow the link below to pre-register. This speeds up the check-in process. There will be changes coming to our check in as we adopt the Vaccine QR certificate verification. For now though the procedure is the same as in previous weeks. We thank you for your patience and acceptance of these additional steps to increase our safety.