COVID-19 Worship Service Update
We all know the feeling. Something is not right about the T-shirt we are wearing. Then it hits us. In our rush, we put it on inside out. The year 2020 has all of us feeling that things are just not right. Our lives seem to be turned inside out.
The image is appropriate in so many ways. For months we have been told to shelter in place, to remain inside because of the Coronavirus. Then just as restrictions loosened and we ventured out, smoke and unhealthy air drove us back inside.
Like so many churches throughout the country, those who worship at Fairfield Christian Reformed Church were driven out when the temporary regulations prohibited meeting indoors. You may have seen us in our parking lot on Sunday morning as we sing and worship a God who knows us, and loves us inside out.
Please feel free to come by and watch or join in. (We don’t have a dress code. Come as you are.)
For these next few months, we do not know if we will be inside or out. Either way, the invitation stands. We would love to have you come by.
As long as the weather holds out, we’ll continue meeting in our parking lot at 10:30a, as well as streaming online. If you would like to join us for our online service (and are not already on the church email list), please send an email with your contact information to: firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our YouTube channel.
It won’t take you long to discover that this is truly a family, rich in the relationships that matter most.
Growing together, we worship, we serve, and we reach out to our world with life-transforming truth.
Our church is part of the historic branch of the Christian church that arose from the Protestant Reformation (CRCNA) and we are committed to God’s truth in the Bible.