Sunday, June 14, 2020

Good Friday Afternoon All,

Brother Jim and I have discussed our upcoming Sunday church service and wish to inform you that we'll meet as we have for the past three weeks inside.  We also Thank each of you for complying with the requested protocol which has made everything go so well.  Again, I reiterate that we'll continue to observe/adhere to the requested guidelines (social distancing, etc.) put out by Governor Beshear and the CDC.  I  remind you that we need to "clean" the church when we leave there.  Thanks to Brother Jim, there is an adequate supply of masks, gloves, sanitizer, disinfectant, etc. for us to use.  Please remember to WEAR your mask, gloves if you have them, and use the provided sanitizer/disinfectant sheets to clean the area we are in upon leaving after the service.  ALSO, just same family members occupying the same pew and keep the requested distance apart as much as possible.  Folks, just like before, we need YOUR cooperation in helping to stay within compliance to these guidelines.  Our church service will begin at 11:00 a.m..  Hope that you can attend with us.


     -  Looking ahead to our service next week, we'll honor Father's Day next Sunday, June 21, 2020, along with Mother's Day (which we were unable to do on Sunday, May 10, 2020 due to the 'coronavirus' restrictions).

     - Judy Woosley  has received a "prayer request" from Tanesha Bussell who works with the young adults at the KY United Methodist Children's Home in Nicholasville requesting us to PRAY for her and her son who is suffering with mental health issues.  Tanesha states that her faith and spirit is weak and requests us to pray that God will heal all that is broken within her Family and Heart.

When you call around today and tomorrow to check on each other, PLEASE PASS the WORD around among members of our congregation regarding this procedure for our church service for this coming Sunday and next week.  Also, let's continue to Pray for our Great Country and the WISDOM of our leaders as we continue to deal with this 'coronavirus' pandemic and these so-called 'peaceful' Protests.  Let's PRAY for the return of Peace and Tranquility within our communities.

In Christian Love,

Earl B. Sosby, Jr. Chair-PPRC for 2020

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