We are optimistic about these plans because cases in Hamilton County continue to stay low, everyone 16+ will be eligible for vaccines starting April 5th, and many in our congregation in particular have partial immunity either because of infection or vaccination.
We are not, however, rushing back to normal without continuing to listen to our local medical professionals, especially the Christian medical experts in our body. The set of guidelines that most clearly represents most of those professionals is still the CDC. But, we are primarily trusting those experts, not the CDC.
We also plan to offer some additional worshipful and fun experiences for the NSF family on Sunday nights in June… NSF Family Fun Nights. These are partially an answer to us not doing VBS this year. These are oriented towards families with children. But, they are open to all, especially if you like kid’s worship, skits, and playing in the park.
Those are the informational highlights. Thank you to those who gave us questions. You can watch the entire discussion with the button below.to
The Pulpit Committee completed their work of searching & screening potential candidates.
Their work culminates in their nomination of Jason Hood as Senior Pastor.
We will voted as a congregation to elect Jason Hood to be the Senior Pastor of NSF.
Our Presbytery (local gathering of elders) will also vote on April 17th.
If both groups vote, “yes,” we will hold a special service to install Jason as our next Senior Pastor.
We encourage you to take part in getting to know other people at North Shore Fellowship by consistently getting together with a small group of people either in person, or virtually. See all the groups and ways to get connected below.