A WORD FROM OUR PASTOR
JAN 4, 2021
We will continue to have 2 church services on Sunday morning: 9 am and 11 am. We are also having Bible Study on Wednesday night at 6:30. We offer a class for the adults, a class for the youth and a class for the children.
We are keeping a monitor on the COVID-19 numbers for our county. As we open up for more opportunities to study God’s Word, we do it with a mindset of keeping everyone as safe as possible. We will continue to ask you to practice social distancing as we worship together. We do not mandate you wear a facemask but ask that you do as you enter and exit the church. Masks are available for those who need one. Hand sanitizer is at all the exits in the sanctuary for your convenience.
There are a lot of uncertainties as we navigate what we are facing and we may not have all the answers, but here are some things we need not forget.
We can stay close to Christ, stay the course and run the race with patience looking to Jesus Christ, the Author and Finisher of our faith. We love you and look forward to the day we can gather together to sing praise to our Savior in unity as one body under one roof once again. But until then, we can sing in unity as one body as we worship as His church and sing His praises for Who He is. He has overcome and so have we (1st John 5:1-5).
There are four things you can do:
1. Pray for Chalkhead Baptist Church and its leadership. We want to be all that God desires for us to be. In times like these, we need God’s wisdom and His leading to accomplish His mission here on earth. We are the church and we desire to let His light shine through us as we minister to people during these times.
2. Plan on being involved in the life of the church. Worship with us at church or by joining us as the services are broadcasted on different avenues across the internet. This will allow us all to be involved with the life of the church as we worship together in a unique way.
3. Provide avenues of ministry. Check in on those in your Sunday School class by calling and seeing how they are doing. Yes, we are “social distancing” but there are many ways we can be a blessing to one another.
4. Plan on being a good steward of what God has entrusted you with. Use your talents so others can see Christ in you through ministry. Use your time wisely, spend time with God whereas you can grow in your relationship with Him. Use your talents to keep the ministry of Chalkhead alive and well.