As the Holy Spirit worked through John Wesley nearly 300 years ago, the first rule of the Methodist movement was Do No Harm. Our leadership seeks to honor God in all that we do, while also keeping each other out of harm’s way.
We will offer worship through live stream only and not in-person, following the guidelines of the CDC and South Georgia Conference.
We are suspending all group activities and events, again out of the abundance of caution that the medical community is encouraging, for the coming weeks. This includes rehearsals, scouts, private functions, missions, studies, and really everything. Our church-wide Town Hall will be offered as a video to watch, likely in mid-April
Pastoral visits will be made via telephone. Connor and Scott are primarily worried about doing harm by unintentionally carrying an illness from one place to another.
The Church Office will be closed to walk-in visitors. This protects our staff, members, and facilities. Call (478-923-7317) or email (email@example.com) if you need assistance from the Office. Staff phone numbers are also available through the church directory.
Our staff are reaching out to care for every person. We are committed to calling the household of every member, regular attender and visitor before the end of this week.
Join us on Sundays at 9:00 AM for the live stream of worship with a link through our website. It will also be available to view anytime later that day. Worship each week will offer you the very grace of God to keep the faith, amid the battle.
Again, we are living in times unlike anything experienced in one-hundred years. Yet, God has promised that the Church will prevail. Grace wins!
May grace and peace rule in our hearts,
Tammi Wildes Scott Hagan
Admin Council, Chairperson Pastor