Avalon Church (July 29, 2021),
You might have heard by now that our Mayor of Orange County has declared a state of emergency due to the recent spike in Covid19 cases. In light of this, he is urging all residents to wear a mask indoors regardless of vaccination status. In line with his urgency, we are asking that starting this Sunday we return to wearing masks while in the church building until further notice.
It has been a long pandemic full of uncertainty, constant changes, and differences of opinions. It’s easy to become weary of it all.
Paul writing to the church in Galatia urged them to use their freedom to serve one another in love (Galatians 5:13), and that is what we are striving to do as a body of believers at Avalon Church. Paul knew how hard that call to serve can be and ended his letter by urging them to not get tired of doing what is good and at just the right time they will reap a harvest of blessing if they don’t give up on their goodness. (Galatians 6:9).
Let us not grow tired of making our space a place where everyone feels safe and look forward to the harvest of a united family of believers!
I love going and growing together with you,
1 Corinthians shows us that Jesus is for everyone. No matter who we are or what we’ve done, when Jesus is invited into the center of our world, he transforms our fractured lives into instruments of resurrection; a beautiful mess.
Don’t miss out! Join us this Sunday @ 10am as we examine how to live a Jesus-centered life as God intended, following him and being like him.