Please pray.A neighbor asked us to pray for friend, Amanda (married 38yo mother of 2), as she undergoes an abdominal surgery. She has been riddled with cancer and will be able to continue cancer treatment if the surgery is successful.
- james atwater started a discussionDiscussWhat did you think of the "Snow Day" Service (Feb 10th, 2019)
So what do you think of the Snow Day service? If there were a chance to "hang out" online after a regular on-campus Sunday service (say, on a Sudnay afternoon?) would you be interested? Is the online teaching model something we should do in some way going forward (in addition to the regular, live, in-person service at church)?
- Issaquah Christian Church published a newsletterReadICC Winter Weather Protocoljust a short note about options for Sunday
With the possibility of difficult winter weather on the horizon we want to inform you of what you can expect this weekend at Issaquah Christian Church. There are several plans in place depending on what happens with the weather. We are making sure that the grounds are safe if we open the doors on Sunday.
The Elders' first goal is to keep our ICC family safe, so please do not put yourself in harm's way if you feel the roads are unsafe to drive. We will be monitoring the weather and road conditions closely and will determine 1 of 3 courses of action on Saturday Evening, which we will inform you of as early as possible via email, Facebook, website and on our phone system.
The three options for Sunday will be as follows:
1. Sunday School Classes (9:30am) and Worship Service (10:30am) are held at regularly scheduled times. The Read Scripture Meet Up will take place at noon.
2. Sunday School Classes will be canceled, but the Worship Service will be held at 10:30am. This allows for extra travel time and road clearing. The Read Scripture Meet Up will take place at noon.
3. All services are canceled, but Pastor Aaron will be on YouTube with a modified teaching time online at 10:30am.
We appreciate your patience and flexibility as we make plans and notify you as soon as possible with any changes. Stay safe and keep warm!