Harvest Valley Family: Our governor has given the go ahead for Churches to begin meeting together for Worship after May 4th. The first Sunday that we can meet again will be Mothers Day, May 10th. There are social distancing rules that need to be followed along with some other restrictions. With this in mind we will offer two services during the time these are in place so we can place non-family members 6 feet apart. We will let everyone know the details about starting times for these two services and the other things we need to abide by in order to meet again. But this is the wonderful news we have been looking forward to.
There is some other good news coming as well. First the remodeling is coming along nicely. A painting team will be busy this Saturday doing some of the painting. Flooring has been ordered for the fireside room and will be here in a few weeks. The kitchen area is coming along nicely also with new flooring going down this week. It has been painted and the plumbers and electricians will be back in to do more this next week. Some money is now coming in toward our goal in order to complete the project.
It is also good news to see that our Church family has continued to support our Church's ministries with tithes and offerings even though we have not been meeting. Thank you all for giving sacrificially.
Philippians 4:19 says, "And my God will supply all your needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus." It is so good to trust our Lord in these troubled times knowing that He is our hope and confidence. God protect and bless you all.
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Pastor Curt has served as a Church Planter, a local Pastor, and as a lead Pastor, serving mostly Nebraska Churches. He has been doing interim ministry since 2012, and he and Fay make their home in Scottsbluff. He received his schooling from Grace University and has completed some graduate studies with Moody in Chicago.