by: Jason Wilder
Pine Hill Baptist Church is planning to begin reopening for limited regular attendance this Sunday, June 28th. We will only have our Sunday Morning Worship Services with limited seating in the Sanctuary and Fellowship Hall. Ushers will take guests to seats in the Sanctuary where they will be spaced apart for social distancing. Once seating fills up in the Sanctuary, additional seating will be made available in the Fellowship Hall where services can be experienced on our audio/video system. We will try our best to make accommodations for families to sit together as much as possible. We ask that you please let the ushers seat you and also escort you out of the church after the service is over. We know it’s been a long time since we’ve all been together and we want nothing more that to greet each other with a hug or a hand shake, but we ask that you refrain from contact and do not gather together in groups inside the church or on the front porch. As we continue to see signs of recovery from the Coronavirus we want to make sure no one in our congregation gets this virus because of something or someone they came in contact with while at Pine Hill. If you still feel uncomfortable being in public or you’re someone who has a medical condition that places you at a higher risk of contracting Coronavirus, please do not feel obligated to be at church. As always we will continue streaming our service online, and for a few more weeks we will continue to provide a way for you to pull up to the church in your car and listen to the service. We continue to pray that life can return to normal, until then we are doing everything we can to stay connected, and allow us all to worship God together!