As you may remember we canceled CFLM in-person services last weekend. (Big thanks to Ben and Rachel for making the best out of a challenging situation!)We canceled in-person services because one of our elders tested positive, and there was potential exposure to the other members of our church leadership, which could increase exposure to everyone. Our caution has since been validated now that several more members of our church have tested positive.
At this time it has been the decision of the leadership team that the best way to protect the health of our church family is to suspend all in-person church activities through the 14th of November. This suspension would include the Trunk-n-Treat, and any in-person classes or small groups during the weeks to come. We will continue to evaluate our next steps throughout the next few weeks as we determine the safest course forward. Please remember to take care of yourselves, and if you suspect you have symptoms indicative of this virus, ask your doctor what to do about them. Despite our great love for you all, we are not qualified to give you medical advice.
Proverbs 17:22 “A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.”So, stay positive, because Romans 8:28 says,”And we know that for those that love God, all things work together for good, for those who are called according to His purpose.”