June 21 - 10am WORSHIP AT CREC, also available by Zoom

CREC Family,

Maryland has moved into Phase 2 of her Roadmap to Recovery, which means that houses of worship can operate at 50% capacity, and Anne Arundel County Executive Pittman has terminated Executive Order 23, which concerned the restrictions on reopening houses of worship.

This means  that we are happy to return to worship at 1841 Generals Highway at 10am on Sunday, June 21!

The service will still be available over Zoom, and if you are at risk, showing any symptoms, or prefer to continue joining in virtually, we encourage you to do so.

For those worshiping with us at the building, here is what you should know:

We have a limited supply of single-use masks available. If you are symptomatic at all, please stay home!

Hand sanitizer is available throughout the building, and the restrooms are stocked with antibacterial soap.

High touch areas will be disinfected prior to the service.

For social distancing purposes, the chairs will be spaced out by household, with appropriate distance in between. To facilitate this, please RVSP to Pastor Bowen with the number of chairs for your household.

We will still be providing household Communion bags. You may pick them up on the table as you enter the building.

We will continue to speak the Peace to one another, and refrain from physical contact.

The Order of Worship is available by email and on Facebook, and you may print your own if you desire, but printed copies and hymnals will be available.

The Mom’s Room will be available for nursing moms and mothers of very young children, and the Upper Room will be available to provide for further spacing.

The Older and Younger Children’s rooms will not be open for use at this time.

At the conclusion of the service, you are encouraged to exit the building. If you stay to fellowship outside, please be mindful of social distancing.

In matters of masks, handshakes, and social interaction, please be considerate of others whose preferences may differ from your own.

It is better to ask than to assume, and we should all accept one another’s convictions and choices with grace.

Copy and paste this link to join over Zoom:

I was glad when they said unto me, “Let us go into the house of the Lord!”

Posted on Friday, June 19, 2020 by Webmaster