August 9, 2020

10:15 am
Please review meeting guidelines listed below

Kevin Mayer
Preston Yoder
"Wake Up!"
Shekinah Christian School

Sunday Service
We look forward to seeing many of you Sunday morning. We will continue to provide options for you to worship and glorify God at the level you feel is safe and wise for you and your family. We recognize each person’s circumstances are unique. Whether you choose to attend in-person services or not, we will continue to love and support you.
We ask you to not come to church if you have any symptoms of illness such as a fever, cough, trouble breathing or otherwise not feeling well.
A. We will continue to provide a live stream online service at 10:15 a.m.
B. We will be meeting inside with the following guidelines in place.
1. Please honor social distancing (6-foot spacing) around people other than your family unit.
2. Face masks are required per the Governor's order. Masks will be available.
3. No Sunday School or Kids Ministry programming (This will be the plan until further notice.)
4. Parents, please keep your children with you indoors to ensure social distancing. The nursery will not be staffed but will be open during the service. Please stay with your child and disinfect any toys that were used. Disinfectant wipes will be available in the nursery.Children are free to run and play together outside.
5. Printed bulletins will not be distributed. Copies will be available in the lobby for self-pickup. A digital copy is also sent by email every week.
6. The offering box will be available inside the main doors to place your offering as you enter or exit the building. We also encourage you to continue taking advantage of online giving or mailing in your offerings.
7. When entering the church please move directly through the lobby and find a seat in the sanctuary.
8. To promote social distancing every other bench in the sanctuary will be blocked off. Please maintain 6-foot spacing between your family unit and those sitting next to you.
9. We estimate that with social distancing we can accommodate 150-175 people in the sanctuary. The ushers will indicate if the sanctuary has reached capacity. The fellowship hall with live stream will be used for overflow.
10. At the end of the service we ask that everyone please move outside to socialize.

India Relief Project
Rosedale International continues to raise funds for relief work in areas around the world. We encourage you to consider the plight of those in less-developed countries whose lives have been completely upended by the COVID-19 pandemic. In India the Dalits (lowest level of the caste system) and tribal people are experiencing even more extreme poverty than normal and are suffering greatly from the loss of livelihood opportunities due to the pandemic and resulting lockdowns. Many are struggling to come up with even one meal per day for their family. CMC’s International Affiliate in India, Gilgal Mission Trust (GMT), has a vision to provide emergency food items and basic hygiene kits for 500 families in the Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu. With assistance from CMC and its churches, GMT will be able to help these families survive. You can give to this need by going to the global relief page on RI’s website:

Opportunities to Provide School Supplies
DNA’s School Supply Drive
DNA in Plain City is collecting school supplies for local children. If you would like to be a part of this project, visit and click on the green tab
MCC School Kits Mennonite Central Committee collects school kits to send to children all over the world who do not have the resources to buy school supplies. Each kit costs about $5 and includes: 4 spiral notebooks (8.5 in x 10.5 in and 70 sheets), 8 new unsharpened pencils, 1 flexible ruler (must indicate 30 cm; inch markings optional), 1 large eraser, 2 new black or blue ballpoint pens, 1 small metal pencil sharpener. If you would like to be involved with this project, but have difficulty getting out to buy supplies, contact Martha Detweiler. Completed kits can be placed in a bag and put in the box in the church entryway

Health Screening
The James Mobile Mammography unit is coming to Haven Fellowship Church on Tuesday, September 8, from 9 AM to 1 PM. Ladies over 40 are welcome to take advantage of this service being offered. CDC guidelines will be followed, and staff will take the temperature of each patient, provide a mask and complete the symptoms screening with each patient seen on the mobile. Self-pay cost is $135; or bring your insurance information. Schedule an appointment at least 2 weeks in advance by calling 1-800-240-4477 or 614-293-4455.

Financial Planning Webinar Everence Financial will present an informational webinar on creating a financial plan to achieve your life mission. Learn what financial planning is and how Everence can help you integrate your faith values as you develop your financial goals. The webinar will be presented by Chandler Ingle, Financial Consultant, on Wednesday, August 12, at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. RSVP by visiting
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