This Sunday, March 28th, we’ll be wrapping up our series called A Page Turner. This week we’ll see that Boaz and Ruth do end up getting married and they do end up having a son, ensuring that the line of Elimelech continues. But there sure is a lot of intrigue that takes place prior to all of this, and most of it takes place at the city gate in Bethlehem.
As you know from last week, Boaz is not first in line when it comes to redeeming Elimelech’s land and marrying Ruth. And it’s really fascinating to see how he moves to the front of the line.
Speaking of lines, this baby boy that is born to Boaz and Ruth, the name he is given is Obed, and he will not only play a part in carrying on the line of Elimelech, but he will also play a crucial role in the continuation of a line that impacts every single one of us to this day.
Reminder! We will be observing Communion at the conclusion of both services.
Be sure to join us this Sunday, either In-Person on over the Live Stream, and be sure to read Ruth chapter 4 before you arrive or before tuning in.
Go HERE at 8:00 and/or 9:45 in order to view the live stream.
Go HERE for a copy of the bulletin for the Sunday services (8:00 service and 9:45), which contains the song lists and the outline for this week’s message.
Finally, just a reminder of our standard protocol:
If you find yourself in a high-risk category, it would be wise to view the service via the live stream.
Please remain at home if you do not feel well or if you have been around someone who has not been well, and again, be sure to join us by viewing the live stream.
We will continue to ask that everyone (except for health reasons) wear a mask as you enter and as you leave.
Please continue to practice physical distancing at all times.
Even as we are seated in every other row, please go out of your way to establish a generous amount of distance between yourself and others when choosing your seat. The room is large enough for us to spread out quite a bit.
While we encourage physical distancing, this does not mean that we discourage socializing with one another. Please greet and engage with one another from a safe distance as you come and go, even as you sit in your seat.
While we don’t often have people sitting in the front row or rows, it would probably be wise to avoid the rows close to the front due to the proximity of those singing on stage.
When using the restroom, please wash your hands thoroughly. Please continue to make use of the hand sanitizer that we have in the foyer and in the Auditorium.
Thank you, and we’re looking forward to worshipping Jesus with you this Sunday!