These are the Church News for 11 April 2021.
Have a blessed week ahead.
BIRTHDAYS AND ANNIVERSARIES
Below is a list of our members and adherents who will be celebrating birthdays and anniversaries during the coming week. If you are also celebrating your special date during this period and your name is not listed, please visit our “Birthdays / Anniversaries” page to update your information.
John Mark Simpson (o/s)
Hazel & Cecil Campbell – Anniversary
Robert Kerr (o/s)
Please remember that Children’s Church is held every Saturday at 3:00 PM via ZOOM. So you may contact Sisters Michelle Dinald or Carol Blake for the Link. You may also contact the Church Office.
Youth Ministries Meeting
The Youth Department meets every Friday evening at 7:30 pm via ZOOM. So please contact Sister Dionne Richards for the Link and join us.
Our Bible Study series for the month of April 2021 continues on the theme “The Death and Resurrection – His Glory“. Reverend Ronald Webster is our host for April 2021. As usual, we start at 7:00 PM each Wednesday night on ZOOM and stream live on our YouTube channel.
Information on how to join these Studies is also provided by email and posted in the various WhatsApp groups. Therefore, please invite family/friends/co-workers to join us each Wednesday. Also, please share the link with everyone.
Today is the 72nd Annual MCAJ Convention. Reverend Jacob McLean is the main speaker for the worship service today, starting at 10:00 AM. We will only transmit this service live via YouTube.
We welcome your feedback regarding our Bible Studies and Sunday Services. So call or email the office or any of the Elders or Deacons. You may also email us via our website at email@example.com.
Remember to pray for the “Sick and Shut-Ins“, as well as those classified as vulnerable. In addition, remember to stay in touch with each other as we return from isolation and separation.
Issues Relating to Covid-19
These are updated national measures on Covid-19 under The Disaster Risk Management Act – September 07, 2020.
Persons 65 years and older who are required to work from home and otherwise, must stay home. They are, however, permitted to leave home once per day for medical care, food, exercise and other essentials of life.
We are still in the community transmission phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. So please remember to pay very close attention to the periodic updates and advisories issued by the relevant authorities.
Therefore, please remember to call and pray with one another. Also, keep safe, practice social distancing, wash hands and clean surfaces regularly.
Most importantly, remember to wear your masks, sanitize, and maintain the 6 feet physical distance. Also, let us keep in touch and encourage each other, especially during these very challenging times.