Church at the Rock Ministry Update

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Greetings, church! All of us are living in a time where what is expected is changing day-by-day. We want to keep you updated on the happenings at the Rock. Here are the key pieces of information for the week ahead.

We want to be reasonable and responsible. As such, our regular Sunday worship in-person meeting will not be held this weekend. On Sunday morning, we will share with you a modified version of our time of worship via email. We will also post it here and share a link to it on our Facebook page. We’re excited about how we can worship as a body in new ways during this time!

Additionally, to honor the decisions being made around the globe, we’re changing or suspending our ministries where people gather in groups at the Rock. We’re looking for creative ways to continue to “meet” together and encourage one another in the meantime.

We’re still waiting for more information to come in as we make decisions regarding our ministries at the Rock. We’ll give a more detailed update on Sunday.
 
If you have any need – whether it be spiritual, emotional, mental, physical, or financial – please reach out to us. You can reply to this email, or send a message to Pastor Devin at dbtasker@gmail.com.
 
In Christ,
Your Rock Family

The Church @ the Rock

There have been significant actions taken regarding COVID-19. As you all know, these actions have been preventative in purpose and come from a desire for caution.

As a church, we want to honor those decisions for caution at this time. As such, we will not be meeting for our normal hour of worship at 11:00 AM until further notice. We plan to live-stream our service using Facebook.

You can find the sermons here: https://churchattherock.fireside.fm/. I will also post a link on Facebook. Session and staff continue to evaluate our responses going forward. Caution is wise, but there is also a great need for gospel community and corporate worship.

We want to remind one another that this is not a time for fear, but for careful reconsideration of how we can live in community with one another. We want to be alert to the needs in front of us and wise in our response. What is certain is the need to continue to pray for the church, and for our local and global community.

Please reach out if you need anything. We want to love people well because we want to love Jesus well.