Join us online, or at the Heber Campus for our Drive-in service!
As you may be aware Wasatch and Summit counties are finally in the yellow stage (Wyoming has been there for a while). This means things are finally at the stage where we can begin meeting at some capacity. Our leadership team is hard at work on different opportunities for fellowship gatherings.
I know some of you are very anxious to get back to meeting regularly while others are very hesitant and concerned about health and safety. We recognize this and we are working hard to examine our different options and how they affect everyone. I want to assure you that we will do the best we can to accommodate everyone in their different situations. Because of this we may not be meeting in the traditional sense as quickly as some of you would like. Please be praying for us and be patient with us through all this. We will be having some sort of meeting at each campus no later than the middle of June but they will be modified.
I want to encourage all of us to have patience with one another and be praying that God guides his Church, not just MVF. That we would be guided in the steps we take as this is something that has had an impact on his church on a worldwide scale
- Weekly Encouragement from the Pastors (Facebook Pages: Heber, Kamas, Gateway)
- 7:00 pm Sunday Recap Study with Pastor Felipe (Registration Page)
- Nothing this week!
- 12:00 pm New Covenant Study with Pastor Shane (Live on Facebook)
- 5 Minute Friday encouragement video (Facebook Pages: Heber, Kamas, Gateway)
- 7:00 pm Generate Youth Small Groups: Contact Spud if your students are interested! (email@example.com)
We recognize that for many the Coronavirus is a great concern, and this may keep some from participating in regular fellowship and community with the church. We want to assure you that we want to be sensitive to your concerns. Starting this week, we will be hosting our services online only until we have a better understanding of what the future holds. We recognize that this is a real concern and we want to do all that we can to ensure everyone can continue to be filled with encouragement and hope in the midst of scary times. To see our full statement click on the link below.