Upate 5.24.2020 – Dear South Suburban,
We were excited to hear the news announced Saturday by Gov. Walz that churches may now begin meeting in person. And while we are all anxious to meet together, we want to make sure we do so in a safe manner. We are still waiting for additional guidelines from our state leaders that will compliment what the CDC released a couple of days ago. Once leaders have looked over the recommendations, we will refine our current plans to ensure we are providing a safe environment for all who walk in the doors. For now, we will continue to worship together online and in the coming weeks will look forward to the time when we can see one another face-to-face. Please be patient and prayerful in the coming days as we work through the necessary steps of preparing our campus.
SSEFC Overseers and Pastors
Dear South Suburban Family,
Earlier this week we communicated that we were diligently watching our state’s health leaders responding to the Covid-19 virus.
Our board has decided to honor the Governor’s request to suspend large group gatherings as much as possible. his includes Sunday Worship Services, Connect and Grow hour classes/groups, children and family ministry gatherings, Student Union Youth Group, and AWANA. The memorial service for Barry Moore will be held on Saturday, March 14 as planned.
The office will remain open during regular business hours and, as always, a Pastor is available any time by calling the church office and following the prompts for Pastor-on-Call.
However, we will monitor and communicate as needed responding to health updates. We encourage you to stay connected to your small group during this time and to remember our local, state, and national leaders as they respond and lead during this unprecendented time in our world. Also pray for our communities and your own spheres of influence during this time as everyone is affected differently as they navigate a seemingly uncertain world.