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In times like these, it’s absolutely essential that we care for one another. Check in on a neighbor. Call a church friend. Connect with the elderly and single parents in your community to make sure their needs are met. Wash your hands and keep physical distance to protect the most vulnerable among us. And pray – pray for those who are fearful or anxious, for medical care professionals and grocery store clerks, for hope to prevail and God to bring peace out of even the most dire of circumstances.

As church together, we are working to connect needs and resources. Our picnic pavilion is a drop-off site for the Berkley Community Emergency Pantry, and we are continuing to stock the Little Free Library out front. If you are in need, please contact Pastor Zack at, and we will do what we can to help.

We remain connected in service to one another and the wider world – and, best of all, God is with us!