Our Response to COVID-19

On Monday April 27, 2020 our governor announced that places of worship may reopen as long as they take distancing practices seriously. Because of this I am announcing that beginning Sunday May 3, we will open our sanctuary for any who wish to come and worship. You can also continue to watch us during our livestream services at both 8:30 AM for our traditional service, as well as our modern service at 11:00 AM on our Facebook page (Link Below). We will also still be posting our services on the website if you are not able to access our livestream service on Facebook. Sunday School has been postponed until further notice, and kids club will be canceled until we know when the schools will be back open. Our church office WILL remain open during the week if a couple of you need prayers or have other concerns.


You can find more information about the precautions that will be in place by clicking here to see a letter from Pastor Kevin.

 

As for our IMPACT Youth Group, we will begin meeting in-person again on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 during our normal youth group times. The kids have been informed of this and know the safety precautions that we are implementing. We still encourage the kids to invite their friends to join us for an awesome night of praising Jesus and learning more about Him

 

Thank you so much for your understanding during this time of unknown territory. We are all trying hard to figure out how to keep God at the center of our lives, as well as making sure we keep the community safe. Please contact the church office if you have any questions or fill out a contact form on this website for any prayer requests. Thank you and God bless each and every one of you.

 

Please click here to go directly to our Facebook page to watch our livestream services!


https://www.facebook.com/sheldonumc/


UPDATE


As per Govenor Kim Reynolds' proclaimation on Nov. 10, 2020. We will now be requiring the wearing of face masks to attend Worship, Sunday School, Youth Group and other gatherings here in the church for the next 30 days. This is so we can continue to offer Worship to those who want to come in person. Otherwise we have to limit to 25 people or less in the building. 


Pastor Kevin sincerely regrets having to require the masks. He also hopes that many of you will continue to Worship in person, and those who were waiting for us to require masks will return. We need to be the church in this time of distress.


Any questions, please contact the church office.

Thanks

Pastor Kevin & Staff