June 18, 2020

Perdido Bay UMC,
           As a reminder the worship service this Sunday, June 21, will be at 9:00 a.m. in-person or live through Facebook and YouTube. If you would like to worship in-person please click HERE to sign up and click here to read our safety guidelines for worship. Sunday, June 28, we will resume two worship services on Sunday morning. We will offer a 9:00 a.m. contemporary service and an 11:00 a.m. traditional service. Both services will be in the Activities Center and both services will be webcasted live. Please click HERE to sign up for in-person worship on June 28 and click here to read our safety guidelines for worship. In the interest of everyone’s health and safety worshippers will be allowed to enter the worship space 20 minutes prior to the service, please do not arrive before then.
           On June 28, we will be offering Children’s Worship at 9:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary Building and we will host a nursery at 9:00 a.m. and at 11:00 a.m. in the current nursery location. In order to follow capacity restrictions for our area, ministries for nursery and elementary aged persons will be offered by reservation only at this time, and our ministry directors will send information to families on how to sign up for these programs. To read their safety guidelines you may visit the PBUMC COVID-19 Webpage by clicking HERE .    

We look forward to being together with you safely and soon!

God’s Peace,
David and Levi

We recommend using extreme caution when deciding when to return to in-person worship. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), those who are most vulnerable to contracting COVID-19 are elderly individuals and/or those with preexisting health conditions. People who fall into these categories are encouraged by the CDC to avoid crowds and stay at home whenever possible. For these and others, online worship continues to be a vital and necessary part of our ministry even as we reopen our buildings. We recognize that while PBUMC may effectively follow all of the necessary guidelines put out by health officials, following those guidelines only reduces the risk of infection, it does not mean that an environment is considered “safe.” We know that we cannot completely eliminate the risks in coming together for worship and acknowledge that on some level, there have always been risks.