March 19th Update:
Recently, the CDC and the President have requested that all Americans avoid going out unless absolutely necessary. The reason for this request is a valid one. The more we adhere to this request, the sooner this pandemic can end. They have specifically asked us to stay home unless we must go out. Additionally, they have asked that we limit our contact with others to ten person or less for 15 days starting this past Monday (March 16th). As such, the leadership of our church has made a decision that we will not hold services in our worship center for the next two weeks. Alternatively, we will live stream from the church on Sundays at 10:30 am for the next two weeks. Any cancellations beyond that will be determined at a later time.
We regard to all the other activities that take place on our church grounds the following information is given:
All Sunday Morning Bible Studies Have been cancelled.
All Children's Ministry activities (including AWANA Clubs) have been cancelled.
Celebrate Recovery is cancelled.
Connection Groups may or may not meet at the discretion of the Connection Group Leaders. Please contact them directly for further guidance regarding these meetings.
The Evening Women's Bible Study led by Sherry Evans will meet but will be limited to 10 persons or less.
The Food Pantry scheduled for March 20th will be conducted but will be modified. The food will be delivered to cars by the volunteers. No persons other than volunteers will be allowed in the annex.
You can view our streaming worship service the next two Sundays on Facebook Live. Click HERE to go to the Living Waters Community Church Facebook Page.
NOTE: You must have a Facebook account to view the live stream.
One other point: We still have bills to pay so please continue to give. You can use the tithe.ly app to give. Click HERE to give. And remember that you can cover the fees.
Thank you for your support and understanding during this time.
On March 11th, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that the Corona Virus Infection had become a global pandemic. The Governor of Kentucky has requested that houses of worship NOT meet this weekend. We ARE going to have our regular services with some additional precautions. To avoid confusion and to provide updates, here is a short video that lets you know our plan.
Check back here for the most up to date information.