We continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation and assess in real-time, what the latest developments mean for Elkhorn Hills. This includes listening to our elected officials, doctors, and denominational leaders.
We are eager to be able to return to worshiping together in person and remain thankful for the wonderful effort of our leaders and staff in providing distance connection. In the short-term the inside building will remain closed to church and community activities until June 1st.
Sherri Kaufman, our co-chair of the Church Council, has graciously agreed to head up a Transition Task-Force focused on the spiritual and physical health and connection of our community. They are beginning the work of gathering, planning, and communicating a phased path to transitioning our life together.
Once outlined you will be able to see the clear markers for each phase and understand in real-time the process for moving towards our new normal as a congregation. We appreciate your flexibility and support of these historic changes. We’ll continue to assess and will follow-up with any additional updates.
Thank you for continuing to see the path before us as full of opportunity for God to do something in and through us.
We will continue to communicate to you via our Tuesday Shout!, emails, FB, and Website. Additionally, you can now access recordings of worship on the website (www.elkhornhillsumc.org).
As brothers and sisters in Christ, this continues to b a time for us to support one another and follow the guidance that’s been provided by health professionals. Pastor Daniel, our staff and other lay leaders will continue to support the spiritual needs of our congregation and this community.
If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Pastor Daniel or me.
Gail Graeve, Chair Pastor Daniel Kipp
Administrative Church Council Elkhorn Hills UMC