On June 21st, the congregation voted to accept the recommendation of the Pastoral Search Committee and accepted Pastor Guy Miller and his wife, Tana, as our new pastor. We are thrilled they will be back in early July and will be formally installed on July 12th.
We are excited to announce that we have In-Person Services as of Sunday, May 31st. Currently, we are open to limited capacity (25%) in accordance to Gov. Scott's guidelines. God's house is open to you to come in and worship, pray and hear God's word at 10:00 am. We invite you to come worship with us.
Starting June 25th, we welcome back AA meetings at 7pm.
What changes can you expect? Just for the month of June, there will be no other activities such as early morning prayer, children's church or adult Bible study. As we ease into our new normal, please be patient. Kids are welcome to stay in the service and we have coloring pages for them complete with take home pencils. The rows of chairs are widely spaced. Coffee time will be postponed temporarily. The bulletins and offering plate are placed on a table for you.
Please use our front door for coming in and leaving. We do ask that you wear a facial covering, not just for yourself but for the wellness of others. Social distancing of 6 feet is strongly encouraged while you say hello again to all your church family while in the parking lot, or inside. While it is our first action to hug our dear friends, all these precautions we take inside will be for naught.
If you are sick, please think of yourself and others and do not enter the building. Enjoy the sermon at home and take care of your body. No one is allowed in if they have any signs of respiratory illness, fever (100.4 or higher), cough, shortness of breath, suspect you have covid-19 or have come in contact with someone who has tested positive with covid-19. Please do not enter the building if you have tested positive, are asymptomatic, and are still under quarantine. Please maintain a social distance of six feet with people who are not your immediate family. Immediate family is defined as those who live in your home.
If you feel uncomfortable with coming right now, it is okay. We are all easing into this nice and slow. Feel free to join us when you wish. Speak with a leader if you have a concern. Please be assured we are taking precautions for you to be safe and feel secure as you return to worship. Our doors are open.
Please go to this page for those weblinks to all sermon choices.
AGCC also has a YouTube channel where you can watch recorded sermons.
For the response from our pastor on this emergency, click here.
To donate online, click here.
For a list of pastor's top five sermons for uncertain times, click here.