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PASTOR’S BLOG
 
 
 
 
 
June 03, 2020
 
 
This weekend, June 5 and 6, we prayerfully plan to begin phase one of our reopening process. While we were absent from one another, you were constantly in my thoughts and prayers. I am confident each of you have been praying for one another and all of us long for fellowship in our worship experience. As we begin phase one of our re -opening, your safety and everyone’s safety is of utmost importance. Therefore, we earnestly plead with you to follow the safety guidelines mandated by Federal, State and County authorities.
 
Here are some protocol we need to highlight and we earnestly
plead that you follow them: 
(1) Please park in every other parking space.
(2) Please remain in the car at all times.
(3) Keep your car windows open to watch and listen. 
If it gets hot, you can tune in to the AM Radio
station mentioned at the worship place and listen.
(4) Please wear a mask at all times. 
If possible, wear gloves too.
(5) Maintain a minimum of six feet of social distance. 
(6) There will be designated places where you can drop
off God’s tithe and your offering while maintaining physical distance.
(7) Parents, please do not allow children to run around as
tempting as it may be to the little ones.
(8) Restroom usage:  Two entrances at the basement level will remain open for those who need to use the restrooms. Ladies, kindly use the side entrance
near the elevator; men should please use the entrance near the kitchen.
 
Upper level and all other rooms will remain closed for everyone’s safety.  If I have missed out on any other safety guidelines, please follow them nonetheless, and inform us so that we can inform everyone in turn. PLEASE NOTE: If it rains this Saturday, we will revert to how we were worshipping the last two months or so and post the updated information on our web page by 5 pm on Friday. We would love to see as many of you come over and worship in SASDAC drive-in church. As always, the service will also be streamlined for the benefit of the worldwide worshipers and the ones who are unable to come. In the meantime, let us uplift one another in prayer and remain safe. “Continue earnestly in prayer and stay spiritually alert, always being grateful for what the Lord has done for you.” Colossians 4:2
 
Franklin David
Shalom, Shalom!
 
“See the invisible, hear the inaudible, believe the incredible, and think the unthinkable.”