November 19, 2020
Dear Cornerstone Family,
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus!
Up until now, we here in Livingston County have largely been removed from much of the effects of COVID. That has all changed as cases and hospitalizations in our area, and within our own Cornerstone family, have gone up significantly in recent weeks.
As we return to in-person worship this week, the Session of Cornerstone is making the following adjustments:
Note: If you forgot your mask, we're happy to provide one when you enter.
- Lowering the number of reservations to more effectively facilitate physical distancing
- Requiring masks as you enter the building and during the worship service except while listening to the sermon. (This change is for the 9:30 & 11:00 services. The 8:00 will continue to have masks required at all times)
Our goal is to continue in-person worship in a way that seeks to protect our congregants and community. As local businesses are closed and high schools closed to in-person learning, we want to do our part to prevent outbreaks and help our neighbors return to normal as quickly as possible, still considering our community's need to worship and experience relationship.
This is a difficult time for all of us. Now more than ever, let us be reminded that our hope is found in nothing less than Jesus' blood and righteousness. Our prayer is for the LORD to bring this situation to an end and quickly. Personally, I'm glad He isn't biting his nails.