"Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others." Phillippians 2:4
Decorate your cars, wear red, and join us for a celebration of the PENTECOST!
We can’t gather in our building, but per the Governor's allowance for drive-in spiritual services, we CAN have a car parade!
Drive to the church on May 31, please arrive by 1:00 PM so we can all be in place to make some noise precisely at 1:15 PM and so that the parade can begin on time. Decorate your car with messages of God's love, put on all the red clothing you can, bring your noise makers, raise your cheerful voice, and wear your masks!
For everyone’s safety, you must remain inside your cars during this event and everyone in the vehicle must be wearing a mask at all times. We will be so happy just to see each other!! Family groups who have been sheltering in place should come in one car.We are so excited to actually get to see as many as can be there on Pentecost Sunday afternoon!
Eric Skogen with the help of his wonderful Fire Department Crew will be helping lead us with RED firetrucks! We will have a copy of our route available below for reference.
Guidelines from the Governor
All persons attending the service must drive up in an enclosed vehicle and remain in that same vehicle during the entire service. Individuals should not get out of their vehicle during the service for any reason.
Vehicle windows, sunroofs and convertible tops must remain closed during the entire service, unless the vehicle is parked more than 6 feet from any other vehicle.
No more than 10 people may be in a single vehicle.
Each vehicle may be occupied only by members of the same household who have already been in close contact with each other and are not sick.
All employees and employers must follow current state Department of Health, Labor and Industries, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.
If it is necessary to collect a physical offering, the organizer may use a drop-box, while vehicles are entering or leaving the service, provided that vehicles and individuals remain at all times at least 6 feet apart. Accepting online donations is the best practice.
No food or beverages or other materials (whether for religious or secular purpose) may be distributed or collected before, after, or as part of the service. This includes communion wafers or bread and wine or juices.