With surgeries starting back up at local hospitals, the need for more blood donations is growing daily. Your blood donation is essential to keep the blood supply strong and steady. Without on-going donors, we cannot ensure patients have the blood they need.
Currently, Type O blood especially is in demand, and we’re asking you to come in and donate today! The Blood Center has less than a one-day supply of blood on their shelves right now.
On Sunday, June 7, from 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM in the LifeBridge Café,you can be a hero by making a blood donation!
This blood drive will be by appointment only to promote social distancing. Also, free Hero Masks will be offered to all successful donors!
Watch above to learn about what precautions we're taking (and need you to take) for this weekend's in-person worship.
BACK AT LIFEBRIDGE IN PERSON!
We did it! Last Sunday, May 24, 2020, we were back LIVE and IN PERSON in worship at LifeBridge!
Things went very well and as planned with 56 people worshiping in person and many more live online!
We will continue to tweak items as we move forward. For now, we will continue our current process, including:
Facemasks, though not required, are requested and recommended.
On Communion Sundays (1st & 3rd of the month), Holy Communion will have pre-packaged and wrapped individual bread and wine containers to be shared by the pastor or elder, who will be masked and gloved.
Families sit together, but there will be spaces between their seats and those of other attendees.
No Sunday Bible class.
No Children's Church.
Children sit with their families during worship.
No Fellowship Time before worship.
No Greeting Time during worship.
Social distancing practices will be used.
Sanitation of facilities will take place on Saturday evening and Sunday after worship.
We will attempt to also stream live but, even if we can't, the service will be recorded and posted online later the same day.
No worship folder and minimal use of other items that are touched.
The café and youth room will be closed. All will enter and exit through the sanctuary entrance, while keeping social-distancing guidelines.
Remain in Jesus, grow in your faith, and stay safe!
This is just a short announcement to let everyone at LifeBridge know that I need to resign as the Head of the Trustees soon, and we will need someone to take over the Trustees.
The Trustee’s primary role at LifeBridge is to keep the building, grounds, and facilities in good, safe, and presentable order.
This position does not mean that you have to do the maintenance yourself, but are the person responsible for seeing that it gets done. Sometimes the Trustees take care of repairs or other maintenance items, while at other times, it requires getting a contractor involved.
HELP US HELP
During these uncertain times, it is important to stay in contact with each other; to listen, pray, and provide.
Many in our LifeBridge and Sealy community are hurting. Many of you are hurting.
Many can help. Many of you can help.
We want to touch base with you and see how we can help and pray for and with you during these challenging times.
We, the Leaders of LifeBridge, want you to know we are here for you, whatever your needs are. Our names and email addresses are at lifebridgesealy.com/about/leadership/. Make use of us - about anything. We're in this with you. We're in this for you.
If you can't give during this challenging time, we understand.
If you can, however, please do so that we can continue our ministries and help those who are struggling.
Your help means we can continue to help.
Go online at www.lifebridgesealy.com/donate
or by sending a check to
LifeBridge Community Church + P.O. Box 934 + Sealy, TX 77474 Thank you!