Dear Church Family,

On Sunday March 29, 2020, President Trump announced that the current Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Coronavirus Guidelines will be extended through April 30, 2020, in order to protect all Americans and save lives. Therefore, out of the abundance of caution, amid the coronavirus pandemic that continues; and in accordance with the extended CDC guidelines, I am writing to let you know that we are extending the cancellation of church campus worship services, events, meetings, classes and programs through April 30. We are saddened at the thought of not being able to worship and enjoy fellowship with each other – face to face for another month – but we know that this is the right decision and it is protecting our most vulnerable members and it is saving lives. 

If you have not joined us online, through our website ( or Facebook for worship we encourage you to do so. This coming week we will be offering Holy Week and Easter worship experiences. You will receive a Smore email invitation announcing the online worship event. Click the arrow on the email and it will connect you to the recording of the worship experience. If you are not receiving the Smore email, let the church office know and we will add you to our email list. 

Many members have asked how they can continue to give their Tithe of Financial support. We thank you for asking – those who are able can go to our website and use our secure online giving portal or you can mail or drop off your check at the church office. 

We are going through one of the most difficult chapters in our nation’s history. These are also the moments where those who follow Jesus are not afraid in the storm because they know that Christ is with us in the boat and promises that we will reach the other side. Should you have a need please do not hesitate to call me at the church office (386-441-0300). I will be lifting you in prayer as God guides us through these challenging times and I ask you to pray for those on the front lines of this battle who are searching for a vaccine and treating those who are sick. 


Reverend Dr. R. Michael Foley – Senior Pastor