Closure Due to Covid-19
In light of directives from our State and County governments, in harmony with other Cedar Park churches, and out of an abundance of caution, all gatherings and meetings are online only at Cedar Park Northshore’s Kenmore campus through June 15.
Furthermore, with the Governor’s stay-at-home order, we are directing employees to work at home as much as possible, therefore we will not have regular business hours.
Federal Government guidelines deem much of what we do at Northshore as essential services, especially outreaches like the Food Bank. So, we will continue to operate with staff and volunteers occasionally on our campus. We will continue to record elements of our online gatherings. We will check voice mail, mail and such.
We are providing a way to receive Food Bank donations through the week, and we will continue to serve those in need with our Monday distributions.
Plan to be with us Sunday morning, online.
We are not fearful. God is good and is in control. We can count on His protection… and we count on His guidance. We have approached this decision prayerfully and believe this is a good step.
Without our regular gatherings we’ll need to make an extra effort to stay connected with one another. Take some time today, and every day, to touch base with folk. Phone a friend. Send some text messages. Stay connected on social media. Encourage one another. Help one another. Pray with one another. And be sure to laugh with one another too.
Thank you for your understanding in these trying and unique times. And thank you for praying with us. Pray for wisdom. Pray for protection. Pray for healing. Pray for comfort.