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Christmas Eve Candlelight Service.
The Virtual Christmas Eve service will be posted on Woodfield Community of Christ Youtube channel at 7:00 pm December 24th. "The Birth of Christ through the eyes of the Shepherd" Drama, scripture and Carols. Children's Christmas story "Gloria the Shining Angel."
For thanksgiving October 11th the church will resume in sanctuary services with strict protocols in place. Mask wearing, physical distancing in pews, no singing or printed materials. Service is at 11:00 am so we ask that you do not come before 10:45 a.m. Names will be recorded at the door.
A professional cleaning company is cleaning and sanitizing the sanctuary, entrance area, nursery, and washrooms every Friday in preparation for Sunday worship.
Services will continue to be recorded and available after 6:00 pm on you tube Woodfield Community of Christ channel. You can access by clicking on the you tube icon on the bottom right corner of this page.
A time of sharing from Woodfield Community of Christ
As we all are impacted by the issues surrounding the Covid19 virus pandemic I wanted to provide an update on the actions regarding the Woodfield Community of Christ.
First, I want to recognize and thank those members of our congregation who are involved in the provision of essential services as front line workers in the health care and retail industries. It is a stressful time for medical professionals and workers at hospitals and care homes as well as those who are working to ensure food and medicine is available as the growth of the Corona virus continues in our society.
In addition I also want to applaud those who are reaching out to family and friends to assist with the simple items such as groceries and necessities while vulnerable individuals are unable to go out and participate in the normal life activities we have all enjoyed.
If there are individuals who are in need of assistance with these normally simple routine tasks please feel free to let us know and we will see how we can assist.
Church services and other gatherings:
Woodfield will be open for in Sanctuary worship starting October 11th, Thanksgiving Sunday at 11:00 am. Protocols require taking names, wearing masks, no singing or printed material, physical distancing in the pews and while in the church building, limited washroom availability. Please do not arrive until after 10:45 in the morning and do not congregate or visit in the parking lot.
The areas of the church being used, entrance way, washrooms, office, nursery, gathering area and sanctuary are being professionally cleaned and sanitized every Friday in preparation for Sunday morning by a contracted cleaning service. We therefore ask that no one enter the building on Friday or saturday before the Sunday morning worship.
We will continue to cancel all other in person gatherings, or groups meeting in the church during this time period.
The only exception is the small group that meets to record the Sunday morning services each week in advance of them being provided online Sunday mornings.
That group is limited to four or five individuals who will provide the service music ministry and recording requirements.
The services are available at the following link:
the services are posted between 6 and 7 pm every Sunday evening.
Remembering one another:
Life, as we have known has been re imagined as a result of this time of medical concern.
Please continue to offer prayers for all those who are affected by the situation we find ourselves in, call those who are on your heart to ensure they know that you are thinking about them during this time. We need to enhance our efforts to let everyone know they are loved and not forgotten.
To let them know that God’s Spirit is with them as we move through this Lenten time.
This situation allows us to focus even more on the realization that Christ was alone and separated from everyone during his forty days in the wilderness during His Lenten journey as we journey through this time of separation.
I pray that Christ’s Love will fill your heart and ease your mind.
In Christ’s name.
Pastor Ron Rowbottom
In the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ we welcome you to our home web page. Feel free to browse our site and if you have questions click on the contact page to contact us.
We invite you to visit us at 615 Colborne Street, London during our 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning worship service or to attend any of the events and activities listed on the web page.
Christian Education classes for youth/children ad adults 10:00 a.m.
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We proclaim Jesus Christ and promote communities of joy, hope, love and peace.
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