Posts by seanwhitenack

Mask-Required Room #1 – Singing Permitted

The Fireside Room is available for anyone who wants to participate in the worship service, including singing – masks-required. Masks need to be worn for the entirety of the service, children under 2 are exempted from this requirement. There is no reservation process for using this room, so it is on a first-come, first-served basis. …

When NOT to come to Church Events

Truth be told, we usually want everybody to come to everything, or we usually want everybody to come who can. As we continue to remain in a pandemic, we want to ask that there be certain times that you don’t come, and I want to list them below. We believe that isolating (when sick) and…

NLIC Weekend Newsletter (9/25/20)

This Newsletter A God of Justice and Mercy (article) Events for October When NOT to come to Church Events Questions about NLIC and COVID Practices Upcoming Events and Worship Plan for This Weekend (calendar) Monthly Newsletter is attached  A God of Justice and Mercy Dear New Life in Christ Church family,  Micah 6:8 – “He…

Sunday School – Children & Adult – Fall 2020

This Update: Children’s Sunday School – Virtual (online) and 7th/8th Grade Girls (in person) Adult Sunday School – New Class Begins on the Westminster Confession of Faith Children’s Sunday School is BACK! See the Gospel in the Old Testament as presented by New Life in Christ Sunday school teachers using the book, “Long Story Short,”…

Seating – Why Tape on the Seats?

Why the tape on the seats? — In order to best fit everyone who wants to come, while honoring social distance standards, the tape helps us reserve seating for larger groups who arrive at the start of the service. We have a lot of people coming and we want to honor social distancing standards. If…

Mask Required Room #2 – No Singing

by Pastor Sean I don’t think any of us expected the current health mandates to last this long, and we still don’t know how long the health limitations will last into the future. Many of us still have concerns. While we rejoice in the increased attendance in the morning services, we are aware that parts…