Worship Services for May 24, 2020 will be Online. (No Building based services just yet.) We will be back together soon.
Watch for an announcement next Wednesday
as we make plans to re-open.
The Church Board appointed a Re-Open Action team that is working through all of the considerations that need to be made as we come back together on campus as a body of Christ. If you would like to know the kinds of questions that need to be asked and answered you can read "24 Questions Your Church Should Answer Before People Return" by Ken Braddy.
Soon we will return to gathering for Worship, Fellowship, and Christian Education. Recently, the Church Board formed a Re-Open Action Team to think through all the steps and do all the preparations we need to take to meet together again.
As we await that day we are planning and preparing. Here are some preliminary plans:
1. Just as soon as it is deemed safe, we want to encourage families to begin to have “house church” together. Invite another family or couple to join you to watch Online Worship and share a simple meal together.
2. Plans are being made to have two services in order to accommodate distancing recommendations.
3. Sidewalk hand-washing stations will be installed and everyone will be encouraged to wash-up before entering and upon exiting.
10:30 AM Sunday
Join us for Worship Online
Use one of these Three Options: 1. Church Website: Join live interactions with other members on Sundays at 10:30 AM by going to: www.horizonstockton.com/ and click on: Church Online
2. FACEBOOK: Horizon Christian Fellowship - Stockton
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Hey, Parents! Its time for Wee Worship and
Children's Church Online!
Sunday lessons are now on ParentCue - Each Sunday ParentCue will upload videos and activity guides so you can have a 20 – 30 minute meaningful family experience custom-designed to the age of your kids. Check it out!🙂
In our last week of this Youth Group series, we’ll continue to explore what it looks like to lead with love rather than judgement and make a move toward landing on the right side of the line between love and hate.