December 5: 6:00 p.m. Saturday Worship with Communion
December 5 & 6: Congregational Election before & after Services
December 6: 9:00 a.m. Sunday School and Youth & Adult Bible Studies
10:00 a.m. Contemporary Sunday Worship with Communion
This Saturday and Sunday masks are required. We will practice social distancing in the Sanctuary. Pews will be marked off which lets us know where we can sit. Like Moses parted the Red Sea – we’re parting you for your health.
Limited Indoor Services
This upcoming Saturday and Sunday (December 5 & 6) we will have Worship with Communion in the Sanctuary. This comes with a lot of restrictions which are listed below.
God’s Word is most certainly shared electronically, but we really do appreciate the gathering together of God’s people.
- Please do not attend if you are feeling sick or at risk. Also, do not feel guilty if you do not attend, because your safety is harder to ensure if the number who attend is over 125. We also have other options (see below)!
- Please practice social distancing.
- We will be directing people into church quickly – we are asking you not to talk in the Narthex.
- Please wear a mask.
- We will have communion.
- The service will be projected on the screen (no need to touch a bulletin if you don’t want to) and it will also be printed fully in the bulletin (if you don’t like the screen – no need to touch a hymnal if you don’t want to).
- A drop-off offering will be received in the back, bulletins can be picked up there as well. There will be no passing of the plate.
Come worship with us at church in the Sanctuary. See information below under Limited Indoor Services.
The service will be broadcast in the Fellowship Hall. Better social distancing.
The service will be broadcast over the radio from the sanctuary on 107.9 FM. Please feel free to come and sit in the parking lot and listen. You can also try (but no guarantee here) to tune into 107.9 if you live close to the church. I have received varying reports on how far the broadcast travels.
The service will be broadcast live on Facebook at 10:00 a.m. this Sunday from inside the church.
The service will be posted to YouTube, the church website (zioninhumboldt.org), and if you ask, we have DVDs and CDs of the service available that we can send to you.