With the 2 confirmed cases in Travis county, the source of those individuals who are positive for COVID-19 is KNOWN. This means that our area is NOT under the phases of person-to-person or community spread.
Church council has divided up the church membership roster for easy communication and checking in on everybody. Expect to get a call from one of them or myself -
if you are a church member and do not get a call by next week, please let Pastor Katie know.
If you have a need, please do not hesitate to contact Pastor Katie (210-416-3059).
We realize that while the community at large is still in a phase where there is no person to person spread or community spread - our church demographic has many in the category of being most vulnerable. i.e. age, preexisting health conditions, limited access to healthcare
In these times we are reminded of our call as people of faith to love neighbor as our selves. Let's look out for one another, let's take care of each other, let's join our faith and our hearts in prayer and in trust that God our Creator loves us and cares for us.
Online worship will be Sunday at 10:30am and Wednesday at 7pm. The "how?" of that is being worked out. Keep an eye out for those details and how to join in Sunday and Wednesday for a time of prayer, scripture and reflection.
Please remember the points below to slow any kind of spread of sickness and keep the most vulnerable safe.
: For 80% of cases, COVID-19 is a mild illness that does not require hospitalization. We cannot eliminate COVID-19 but we can limit its spread by:
• Washing hands with soap and water frequently
• Avoiding touching our face (mouth, nose, eyes)
• Staying home when sick until the illness is resolved (vomiting, fever, nose drainage, lethargic, sore throat, cough, rash, diarrhea, etc.)
• Covering coughs and sneezes with tissue and washing hands afterwards
• Staying away from others who are ill
We appreciate your attention to these simple, yet critical steps!