COVID-19 News & Updates

In-Person Worship Details

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It has been two months since our last in-person worship service. Since March 22, we have been worshiping in an exclusively online format. We are thankful to be able to gather once again as a family of believers in our house of worship beginning this weekend, May 30 & 31. In one sense, this represents a return to normalcy that many of us have been eagerly awaiting. However, as we are all well aware, our nation is still contending with the coronavirus outbreak. Therefore, in another sense, a full return to normalcy in worship is not possible at this time. As mentioned in last Wednesday’s communicationwe will be proceeding as follows for the time being.

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Resuming In-Person Worship

It’s been a constant refrain over the last two months: we are living in unprecedented times. As we continue to navigate these uncharted waters, we are now turning our attention to the best way to gather together again as a family of believers while still accommodating those who are not yet inclined or able to worship in person with us. To that end, our pastors and church leadership have been thoughtfully and prayerfully looking at various scenarios for resuming in-person worship. The current restrictions issued by the city of Wauwatosa will expire at midnight Thursday night/Friday morning, and no further city-wide order will be issued at this time.

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Safer at Home Update

As you’ve likely heard, the Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down the statewide safer-at-home restrictions on Wednesday, May 13. Wauwatosa and Milwaukee County officials then reinstated some of those restrictions through Thursday, May 21, including the restriction on public gatherings of more than 10 people. In compliance with these local restrictions, we will again hold online-only worship services and Bible study this weekend.

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An Update on Holy Communion

During this time of online-only worship services, our pastors and church leadership have been discussing how to handle the inability to offer Holy Commmunion as we usually do during worship services. The decision that follows comes as the result of prayerful deliberation, internal discussion, and consultation with others in our Synod grappling with the same issue at this unprecedented time in our nation.

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Worship Services Update

In compliance with Governor Evers' mandate banning gatherings of 50 or more people, we will be offering online worship services only for an undetermined period of time. Here is some relevant information as we transition to online worship services.

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COVID-19 Update: March 14, 2020

As the number of coronavirus-related cancellations rise in Wisconsin and across the nation, our church and school leadership is continually evaluating our response and plan of action. Based on the stated recommendations of medical professionals and the practice of other churches inside and outside of our church body, we are passing along the following:

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