Sunday Services Update for July 26, 2020
Please watch the video above for an important update from Pastor Josh about our Sunday services.
A lot has changed over the last few weeks concerning COVID-19 in our area, and we’ve been watching as the trends headed back up. Because of that, after much prayerful consideration, we have chosen to suspend in-person services at the Graham Cinema starting this Sunday, July 26.
WE’RE BACK! Updates for May 22, 2020
We’re so excited to announce that we are opening the doors at the Graham Cinema again to gather for worship services starting Sunday, June 7th! We’ll be meeting at 9am and 11am, and space will be limited due to social distancing precautions. Please take a minute to watch the video above. Then head to www.trailhead.church/wereback to find out more about the precautions we’re taking to keep everyone safe and to reserve your seats! We know not everyone is ready to return to in-person gatherings, so rest assured, we will be continuing our online church services on Sundays at 10am too! We love you all and we can’t wait to worship with you all, whether that’s at the Graham cinema or in your living rooms!
Updates for March 16, 2020
Last week’s online service was great! So what’s next? We’ll be streaming our service again this Sunday, but this time at 10am. Join us at trailhead.church/live while Pastor Stephen and his team lead us in worship, Pastor Josh shares a message, and we’ll have another fun video lesson for your kids. Make sure you join us online!
HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?
We know people are feeling a little uneasy right now. Even in the midst of what seems like chaos, we want Trailhead to be a place of refuge and strength. If you need anything at all, don’t hesitate to contact us. Email email@example.com or call 336-229-7729.
Updates for March 12, 2020
Our leadership team has been watching the updates from local and state authorities over the past weeks and especially these past several days, and has been praying a lot about what is the right thing to do as this situation progresses. Based on the recent recommendations from the Governor and state health officials and after prayerful consideration, we have decided to cancel this Sunday’s services.
This was a hard decision for all of us. Our regular Sunday meetings are extremely important to the life of our church. That being said, we know that God calls us to honor our governing authorities and to love and serve our neighbors, and right now, that means protecting our community, and especially those who may be most vulnerable, by being part of the solution.
Here’s how you can stay engaged with your church and community in the coming days and weeks:
1. Join our live stream service Sunday at 11am at trailhead.church/live
We live what we believe, and we believe that the church is not a social gathering or a building. While we hate not being able to gather together physically, we can still worship, pray, and learn together.
This Sunday morning we’ll be offering a live stream of a full service that you and your family can participate in right from your living room. Pastor Stephen and his team will lead us in worship, Pastor Josh will share a message, and we’ll even be providing all our parents with a fun video and lesson you can go through with your kids. We encourage you to get the whole family up and join us online, even if you are in your PJs!
2. Stay Connected for Trailhead Updates
Stay tuned to our Facebook and Instagram accounts or watch your email for updates. We will continue to monitor the guidance of local authorities and the medical professionals we are in touch with, and will let you know as we make decisions about any events or services past this Sunday.
We will also continue to post any updates to this page.
3. Share God’s love and peace!
This time doesn’t have to be a time of fear or panic. Instead, let’s choose to make the most of this opportunity to be salt and light to our community. Pray for God’s peace that passes all understanding, then share that peace with your friends, family, and neighbors in the way that you speak and act.
Think about ways that you can be a good neighbor and friend during this time. Maybe that means picking up needed supplies for an elderly neighbor, or finding ways to support the medical professionals you know as they are called to work longer hours and be away from their families. Of course, you should always use wisdom, seek counsel, and allow the Holy Spirit to lead you.
We love you all, and we’ll see you online Sunday at 11!