No Journey Bible Study until at least April. I will keep you informed.
We will seek to do an online Bible Study next Wednesday, April 1st, no kidding....
From the Church leadership:
We are following the current recommendations of our government and health officials. As those recommendations change we will adjust with them. We are also gathering with pastors of other large churches in the area such as Christian Assembly, La Canada Presbyterian, and Fellowship Monrovia so that we can share wisdom together about how to lead as believers in these challenging times. These are parts of a good decision-making process in a time of crisis and I want you to know how we are making choices which are outlined below.
With that in mind, along with other churches, we are following the recommendations, and we are not going to gather in groups larger than 10. In order to accomplish this, we are going to have a closed campus on Sundays. We will not be hosting classes or small groups, because they will be so close to so many other groups that people will be interacting with 100s of others. We do however prioritize worship, and so we are going to be streaming the service on-line, instead of gathering physically in the worship center. You will be able to go to our website and have a link to our youtube channel. We are updating this process this week in preparation. The closing of the campus on Sundays will be occurring throughout the month of March. At that time, we will re-evaluate and continue the process we used that I listed above.