Regathering Indoors for Worship – March
Wittenberg Lutheran family,
While we are far from out of the woods of this pandemic, it seems we are starting to see a light at the end of the tunnel. For those that were not aware, Governor Cooper eased gathering restrictions so that indoor gatherings could happen at a 25 person maximum. Because of this, our Executive leadership has determined that we’d like to start having small indoor services that will be streamed live, with recordings to be online for flexible viewing. Of course, we know that 25 people is not close to the normal amount of folks that gathered before the virus, but we hope we might have a chance to get wiling and healthy folks to attend these services. We do not expect everyone to return immediately, and we continue to respect people’s cautious decision making.
In light of that, it would be incredibly helpful if you’d take a moment to fill out a short survey (link below) that gives us an idea of immediate interest for returning in these next few weeks, including names and numbers. We hope to be able to use that information to craft a safe, smart, and efficient way of having folks return indoors while staying faithful to our COVID protocols, and the guidance of CDC, state, and synod leadership. If you have any questions or would like a copy of our Reopening guidelines emailed to you, please feel free to contact the office. We’ll continue to offer the most important and up-to-date information about worship as it develops.
Peace, safety, and health to each of us in these days,
Music and prayers streamed with permission. OneLicense A-728938
Prayers and Liturgy used by permission of Augsburg Fortress: SB142899.