10:30am – 12:00pm
Dear Sanctuary Family,
As we all adjust to the new normal because of Covid-19, I want to say first and foremost that I hope you are all OK. Again, if any of you need anything please let us know. One beautiful part of being a family is that we are all in this together and when one of us needs something, we all rush to help. So remember, you’re not alone. I say to my kids all the time, “Come hell or high water, I got you.” Well, when it comes to your Sanctuary church family, just know that come hell or high water, we got you. Together we will make it through this.
As I told you earlier this week, we have been hard at work preparing to go LIVE from our Sanctuary Facebook page on Sunday morning. It won’t be what we typically experience when we’re together on Sunday mornings, but I am very much looking forward to it. While the format will vary, the basic flow will be something like this: Some welcoming introductory remarks, a devotional (mini-sermon), a special guest (if possible), and a brief time of Q&A at the end. I anticipate that we will have a large online audience join us so please pray that what we do reaches many.
If you don’t have a Facebook account, that’s ok. In order to tune in,
here’s the only thing you need to know:
At 10:30 am Sunday morning (March 29) click HERE
That’s all. It’s really easy. All you have to have is a phone, a laptop, or a tablet (IPad, etc) and an internet connection.
If you already have a Facebook account and follow The Sanctuary’s page, that’s where you will find the livestream Sunday morning. Just log into your Facebook account or click on your Facebook app Sunday morning and tune in.
The last thing I would say is to please be patient as we work on the quality of the production. We’re working with limited tools and resources but we DO have everything we need to pull it off.
I look forward to “seeing” you all tomorrow morning at 10:30.
I love and miss you all.
Your Deeply Appreciative Pastor,