PPCOG Communication and Commencement Guide
We all recognize the need and desire to resume gathering together in our house of worship. No doubt, it will bring us joy to resume in-person fellowship and spiritual encouragement. Prudence suggests that the manner in which we begin to re-engage with public worship services should remain in thoughtful alignment with the guidelines provided by the national, state, and local health officials. At the same time, we must ensure that what we do aligns with God’s Word and His direction for our body of believers (Hebrews 10:25).
We want to thank the entire congregation for their tremendous support, understanding, and giving during this challenging time. There are many examples where we have actually expanded our support to the community during this important time. Additionally, we have all creatively stayed connected and discovered new ways to reach out and serve. Great examples of this have been the continuing of food services from Princeton Pike West as well as Power Source and the Food Pantry operations growth. Romans 13 instructs Christians to be subject to the governing authorities. The civil authorities have a difficult task ahead, and we should seek to be part of the solution through cooperation and service. We know that God is expanding each of our horizons as He gets His bride ready for His return. Please pray for wisdom as we find the new normal and hybrid new ways of accomplishing our God-driven purpose. This crisis will not last forever. Although it may last longer than we may like, we know that God is in control and will lead us through this (Psalm 91:10 and Jeremiah 29:11).