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If you are looking for a church home, please consider visiting us in person! We would love the opportunity to get to meet you!
As men, women, and children united in faith and worship by the Word of God, Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church and School exists to make disciples throughout the world for time and eternity (Matthew 28:18-20), using the Gospel to win the lost for Christ (1 Corinthians ) and to nurture believers for lives of Christian service (Ephesians 4:11-16), all to the glory of God (1 Corinthians 1:31).
Church and School Office 989-845-2600
Please join us for...
Thursdays @ 7 PM
Sundays @ 9 AM
ALL GOD'S CHILDREN SUNDAY SCHOOL
(Bible Education For Children,Youth, and Adults)
MIDWEEK WITH THE MASTER
(Bible Study for youth and adults)
Sundays @ 10 AM
@ 10:30 AM & 7:00 PM
To give your offering online, please click on the following link: https://faithlife.com/celc-y/give
COVID-ERA COURTESIES AND PRACTICES
Just as we preach and teach by The Book (the Bible) for the sake of our spiritual health, we also want to conduct public worship "by the book," that is, employing recommendations of recognized sources for the sake of our physical health (https://welscongregationalservices.net/covid-19-for-such-a-time-as-this/ and https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/faith-based.html). We want to make all worshipers feel comfortable and be able to focus on Christ, not Covid, in the Divine Service.
1. If you have any symptoms (cough, congestion, fever, etc.) please stay
home and make use of the online options.
2. If are under 14-day quarantine because of close contact with someone
with the virus, please stayhome and make use of the online options
during that time.
3. If you are in a high risk category for the virus, and have been advised by
your physician to avoid public places and gatherings, we encourage you
to do so. Until you are able to resume in-person worship, we offer
options to help you remain connected to God's Word. Also, remember
that the Lord's Supper is available on an individual basis by contacting
4. Please maintain a distance of six feet from those not of your own
household. Seating has been marked to provide for adquate social
5. Please wear a mask as you are entering and exiting, and when
participating in congregational singing. (We have also limited the
amount of congregational singing as singing is known to involved
6. Worship guides and other handouts are available on a "help yourself"
basis. The worship guide is also available electronically on this
7. Hand sanitizer is located in the entry-way. You are encouraged to use
some as you enter and exit.
8. Offering plates will not be passed during the service, but are located at
the entrance to the sanctuary. Online giving is also available on this
9. Our cleaning procedures have been revised to reflect the best practices
recommended by the CDC.
10. Holy Communion continues to be offered on the second, fourth, and fifth
weeks of the month. The Sacrament will be
prepared with mask and disposable gloves worn. The Sacrament will be
received in a modified "continuous distribution" with both the wafers
and wine in individual containers to be taken by the communicant. At this
time, the "common cup" will not be offered. Hand sanitizer will be
available for use before and after communing. As always, Holy
Communion is also available at other times by appointment.
11.Avoid socializing in the narthex or hallway. This is something that can be
done more safely outside with adequate distancing.
Videos of the weekly worship service and Bible class are available at "Audio/Visual Dowloads" on the side menu
Worship Guides and Sermon Manuscripts are available at "Document Downloads" on the side menu
The Congregational/Voter's Meeting scheduled for Sunday, October 18 has been postponed until Sunday, November 1 at 6:00 PM.