UPDATE: As of June 25, 2020: As COVID restrictions are being eased, we are in process of determining how we can have live services for under 50 people, while considering the safety protocol that still must be in place while we gather together. We will give an update about how we can gather in our building in July. We also are thankful for how you have continued to care for, call, pray and gather in smaller groups in this season.
Remember the church, is the body of Christ...not the building!
Here is the video message for Sunday, March 15, "Hope in Times of Distress." Also you can watch directly on your TV on YouTube - search for Culloden Church (the Channel with the Logo).
If you are feeling sick or ill, ask for prayer by letting your leader or an elder or pastor know, and call 811, the public health line if you feel symptoms as described by COVID19.
As such, we are taking steps to ensure the continued well-being of our church family and community:
- Please inform yourself, review Healthlink BC's page on COVID-19, particularly the sections on self-monitoring and self-isolation. Also the B.C. Center for Disease Control offers some important resources that clarify what is known & true about this virus.
- We should also cover our mouths (into our elbow) when we cough so we are not exposing other people to our germs. Either cough into a tissue and dispose of the tissue into the garbage or sneeze into your elbow.
- We ask that you stay home If you are feeling sick or if you have visited a high-risk area recently.
- The Provincial Health Officer also asks us to refrain from customary greetings such as handshaking and hugging during the remainder of the flu season.
- If you are away from the church because of any kind of illness, please call or email the church so we can be aware and pray with and for you. Our desire is to be a compassionate and helping church family.
- Join us in exercising your faith by praying for those serving in health care as they wrestle through the challenges of the flu and COVID-19, and for families affected by this illness. God is in control, we encourage you to remain calm, be courageous, wise, and always ready to do good in our city and world.
Remember these words: "Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid." John 14:27