Live-in Person Worship

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Over the last year and a half, we have endured great suffering at the hands of the Covid pandemic. As the pandemic went on, our souls became weary of all the lockdowns, mandates, and restrictions. Some of us experienced "cabin-like fever" symptoms, similar to the effects of the cold and darkness of wintertime. Our souls became lost in hope, and we wondered if we would ever see the end of the covid pandemic that slammed the door on our lives. We are reminded in Jeremiah 31:25 that God will satisfy the weary soul, and every languishing soul he will replenish.  As the number of Covid cases has dropped drastically and the state is lifting the health mandates, we are all starting to find our way back to "normal." We find our way back to "normal" in our work lives, our family lives, and our play lives. We find ourselves returning to sporting events, concerts, events with our families, and events with our friends. We are excited to be returning to "normal" with our church family as well. As we focus on all of the great events and excitement of returning to the normalcy in our lives, let us not forget to focus on the importance of replenishing our souls through worshiping our Lord and savior. We have missed seeing so many of you over the course of the pandemic and look forward to you returning with us to our live in-person worship service.  As a reminder, our live in-person services start at 10:30 am every Sunday. God bless you and keep you all!

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Familiy Ministries sponsored a night on the ice, ice skating at Slater Ice Arena at BGSU followed by BGSU Hockey game. Everyone had a good time and some of us learned we are not in our twenties anymore.

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