We get pulled all over the place. Our attention, our finances, our devotion, our time, and our energy. There never seem to be enough hours in the day to do all that needs to be done – and there doesn’t ever seem to be an end in sight to that.
God certainly doesn’t want us to ignore the needs of our family or others in our devotion and work for Him. Rather, by being devoted to Him, we show our love for others. Even better than being and example for our families and others is for them to come along with us, too!
We praise and thank the Lord for His continued grace and kindness upon us as a people and nation, and for His mercy and protection amidst the pandemic and unrest that exists around us.
LifeBridge has just learned that someone who came in and immediately went out of LifeBridge this last Sunday, January 17, has tested positive for COVID-19. Although the risk to those who attended is very low, we wanted to let you know so that you may take appropriate precautions and steps to keep yourself and your families safe, and to keep this person in your prayers for a speedy and full recovery.
In all public venues, including church, wear a CDC approved face covering.
Enhance your social distancing discipline to maintain 6 feet of distance from others not in your immediate family.
Carefully monitor your symptoms and avoid all personal contact and nonessential travel if you feel the least bit ill.
Continue hand washing and the use of hand sanitizer.
Should you have any symptoms or feel ill, stay away from in-person worship and seek advice from your healthcare professional.
Speak with your health care provider or local Health Department officials with any specific questions you may have about your health or COVID-19.
To ensure your safety LIFEBRIDGE WILL:
Continue to have all worship leadership’s temperature taken and masks worn when not seated each Sunday morning.
Continue to perform contact tracing on those who attend services.
Initiate an enhanced cleaning protocol 1 hour prior to any gathering and a follow up cleaning immediately following an event.
Start handing out Communion elements and fellowship snacks to minimize contact by several.
Closely monitor local, state and federal guidance and adjust our COVID-19 protocols accordingly.
This virus, like all struggles will continue to win some battles in this world. But fear not; for Jesus has overcome the world and won the war!
It is our prayer to encourage coming together; all Women from all walks of faith (ecumenical) and at various stages of their walk with the Lord and to humbly present the Gospel in the name of Jesus. Curious? New to the Gospel? Seasoned?
Please join us February 1st, 2021 for the kick off MEET and GREET and enjoy SWEETS! We will gather weekly on Mondays 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Uncommon Sense: A Study of Proverbs an IF Ministry study
This study helps readers to harness Godly wisdom, not merely for head knowledge, but also for Godly living. Uncommon Sense makes the wealth of short sayings, contrasts, and metaphors found in Proverbs more accessible and applicable by dividing them according to the Greatest Commandment (heart, soul, mind, strength, love of neighbor).
Due to Covid-19 please do not attend if you have recently been exposed to the virus or have a cold, fever or flu like symptoms or you have health concerns that put you at a higher risk. This event will be limited to 20 as this allows to spread out 6 feet. We will offer a wait list as well and will reach out if cancellations occur. God Bless
The need for more blood donations is never ending. Your blood donation is essential to keep the blood supply strong and steady. Without on-going donors, we cannot ensure people have the blood they need.
We’re asking you to come in and donate! The need is real. The need is now.