On October 15, 1989, Anthony L. Williams accepted the call as pastor of Galilee Baptist Church. … Read More.
As we phase-in our reopening, you are invited to join us for our modified in-person Worship Service. Worship will be held in the main sanctuary every Sunday from 11am-12pm.
In-person worship guidelines: Please remember that our primary focus should be on the safety of others. As Paul has counselled, “Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves, 4 not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of the others” (Philippians 2:3-4).
Please be cooperative and patient with those charged with executing the parking and safety protocols and please follow all protocols for ALL attending worship service such as: temperature checks upon entering building are required, mask wearing at all times is required, social distancing will be maintained, and please limit indoor conversations. We realize that there will be times when you may need to take the mask off (such as to receive Communion), but to promote everyone’s well-being, we ask you to wear them. If you do not have a mask from home to wear, we do have a limited supply of disposable masks available. There will also be protocols in place for parking, offering, and the use of restrooms located inside the main church building. Again, please be cooperative and patient with those charged with directing and executing the protocols.
At this time, other than our Morning Worship Service, all of our other weekly and monthly Ministry events and meetings will remain virtual. Please refer to our “Events” calendar for more information.
FOR THOSE NOT YET QUITE READY TO RETURN …
As exciting as it is for us to be able to reopen the doors of the church building for worship together, we also realize that because of the situation that this pandemic has brought, we are not yet at an ending of it all. Like many of our leaders have pointed out, we know that the pandemic is not over, and we are not able to say that anything we do as individuals or groups is 100% safe. All of us remain vigilant about our safety for both our health and the health of others.
If you do not as yet feel ready to return to worship in person, because of age or medical condition or any other reason, we understand completely. Be at peace with your decision and know that we hold you in our hearts and in our prayers, waiting to greet you when you do return.
Also, we kindly ask any who are sick or showing the symptoms of the virus to please stay home from coming to church, and if needed to get under your doctor’s care.
Your prayers and patience are appreciated during this unprecedented season, and we look forward to worshiping with you in-person.