Staying Connected

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Josiah Katumu

Dear NCEL Church Family,

During these uncertain times of self-isolation, it is important for us to stay connected with one another. Many of you are already spending more hours than usual in front of screens so we want to make sure we don’t overwhelm you with more information than necessary. To that end, our rhythm for the next several weeks or until we return to normalcy will be the following:

  • Two newsletters every week – Tuesday and Thursday
  • Tuesday Newsletter will focus on spiritual encouragement and available opportunities for fellowship. It will include a note from Pastor Josiah, a prayer guide for the week and Information on all small groups, bible studies, and support groups, prayer times etc.
  • Thursday Newsletter will focus on available resources and reliable information regarding COVID-19 as it relates to our community. It will include updates from the COVID-19 Task Force, any other important information or announcement about services and ministry programs, and information on all small groups, Bible studies, and support groups, prayer times etc.

**Please note that the office will try to be as consistent as possible in sending out newsletters, but we also want you to be aware that there may be delays due to unforeseen circumstances.

You should also expect an email from the church office every Saturday. This will include all the information you need for our online Sunday services.  If you do not receive the church emails, you can also access the Worship Guide on our website.

Finally, if you have any needs, know someone in need or you'd like to know how you can help, please go to our website and get in touch with our deacons.

Blessings,

Pastor Josiah

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