Response to Coronavirus

The Apostle Paul in Romans 13 tells believers and the church to be subject to the authorities that God in His sovereignty has placed above us, for it is God who has given them authority to enhance the good and to stem wickedness. Therefore, in response to our government’s request for social distancing during this Coronavirus pandemic, and for the sake of the community we love and desire to serve, the Session of Westminster has decided to NOT hold any church functions, including Sunday morning worship for the next three week. This means there will be no corporate worship on March 22nd, 29th and April 5th. The Session will reconvene on March 31st to reassess the situation. We ask you to join us in prayer for all who are sick and for our government and all who are serving to stop the spread of this virus.

Order of Worship Palm Sunday 4/5/2020

    • Welcome: Pastor Adrian Das

    • Call to Worship: Psalm 100

      • Reader: Chloe Parrish

    • Worship Music: How Deep the Father’s Love for Us

    • Old Testament Reading: Isaiah 53

      • Reader: Reed Berger

    • Worship Music: This, The Power of the Cross

    • Children’s Chat: Catechism

      • Becky Parrish

    • New Testament Reading: Luke 22

      • Ben Parrish

    • Worship Music: Were You There, When They Crucified My Lord?

    • Sermon:

      • Scripture: Mark 4:35-41, & Psalm 46:10

      • Pastor Adrian Das

    • Closing Hymn: And Can It Be, That I Should Gain

    • Benediction

Worship Devotional Questions

  1. What emotions or fears has the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the Quarantine created in you? Or are there other things that are causing you anxiety or fear?

  2. How has the quarantine changed the way you live and your family interacts? What has been good and what has been difficult?

  3. How has the quarantine been like a “fast”? What have you had to give up and what has that taught you about your life and priorities? What might God be telling you or wanting to teach you?

  4. How has the quarantine allowed you to “rest” either spiritually or physically or emotionally as individuals or as families?

  5. What are ways that you can use this time to draw near to God? What are some things you can do as individuals or as a family that you did not have time to do before the quarantine?

  6. How might God use this time to teach you about himself and the priority to having a closer walk with Him from here on out?

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