Quarantine has a way of magnifying the frustrations . . . err . . .
differences between family members, doesn’t it?
Some of us are talkers. Others just want quiet.
Some want a family game night. Others prefer a solo Netflix binge.
And some are knocking out to-do lists, while others are FaceTiming with
Kathleen Edelman would say it’s your temperament.
And while we’re all stuck at home, our temperaments are on FULL
Let’s get right to the point.
We plan to relaunch all Sunday morning environments later this summer.
But like everything in this season, the details and exact date is subject to change.
As you know, our weekend services and family ministry environments are not conducive to the level of social distancing currently required to keep everyone safe. Until we’re convinced that gathering under one roof is safe for you, your family, and your neighbors, we will continue to gather online.
In the meantime, you can help us plan the reopening of our building by taking this short survey. This is your opportunity to tell us what we can do to ensure you feel safe when we gather again on Sundays.
Thanks for your patience and flexibility. If you have questions or if there is anything we can do for you, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
See you Sunday—online!
If you were unable to tune-in to Sunday’s brief message from Jimbo on Facebook here it is.
Due to the pubic health concerns related to COVID-19, we will not be meeting in person for Breathe for a few weeks. We are working to come up with ways we can potentially meet virtually and continue to encourage each other during this time. We will do our best to keep us connected. In the meantime, please follow our new Instagram account @breathe_redstone. It will be a place where we can share encouragement, send prayer requests and also post fun ideas to keep your kids entertained. We want this space to bring JOY!
We want to reassure you that our capable and loving Heavenly Father is still very much in control and even though this situation can feel overwhelming He is absolutely not overwhelmed and His purposes are still being fulfilled in the midst of the chaos.
After prayerful consideration of the public health situation, our staff and elders have determined that it is in the best interest of the health of our community to suspend Sunday worship services at Redstone Church. We will not be hosting services for the next three Sundays beginning this Sunday, March 15.
This Sunday at 9:30am CDT, we will share a live local update on our Facebook page. We will then join the online worship service with our partners at North Point at 10am CDT (northpoint.org/live) to continue in our current series. We will share further details early next week for our local plan to stay engaged together during this season.
If someone asks why your church chose to respond to this health crisis by closing its doors, here’s our response: