April 9, 2020
Hello everyone! Hope you are all doing well. Sunday services are canceled until further notice. Pastor Bo will continue to provide his sermons for each Sunday on our website (https://www.greenhousechurch.us/sermons).
On another note, Calvary KUMC, the church whose building we share, is offering an online Good Friday service tomorrow (4/10) at 8 pm as well as an Easter service (4/12) at 11 am. They will be live streaming via their YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn-F-LJdU0rwoJ0jNiI4sPw). Live streaming is up on their YouTube channel about 10-15 minutes before the worship time. Both worship services will be available in English and Korean. As always, stay safe everyone!
March 17, 2020
Sunday service will be canceled for March 22 and March 29. Stay safe everyone!
March 14, 2020
We are also following the steps taken by the church we share the building with, the Calvary Korean United Methodist Church (Calvary KUMC). Should Calvary KUMC choose to cancel their Sunday worship, we will do the same. An update will be made on our Facebook group page and our website should this happen. As of right now, Sunday worship will proceed as planned.
If Sunday worship is canceled, an audio recording of the sermon for that day will be made available on our website at this link (https://www.greenhousechurch.us/sermons). You can also check out sermons from previous Sundays as well!
We encourage you to stay alert and take precautions to keep yourself and those around you healthy. But we know that in this time of uncertainty, it is easy to panic and let worry and fear drive us. However, in response to this fear, we encourage you to remember that God is sovereign and is with us always, even to the end of age (Matthew 28:20). Let us look to Him in the midst of these stormy seas, and remember that we do not need to be “anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 4:6-7). Please continue to pray for healing for those who are afflicted by coronavirus, for God to provide protection to the healthcare workers who are working tirelessly, and for God to provide wisdom to the governing authorities on how best to lead their country through this pandemic. Through it all, if you only remember one thing during this difficult season, remember that God is still good.
Your sisters and brothers in Christ,