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In response to Governor Dunleavey’s urging Alaskans to help in lowering our state’s current COVID surge, we as the leadership of Mountain Coast Vineyard have made the decision to help do our part as a church body by opting to meet online only for the next three weeks. We will not have any in person services during this time.
Many of our friends both in the church and out of our church have been affected by COVID. Most have fared ok, but some continue to have serious health issues. Currently the cases in Anchorage are increasing rapidly and a lot of people are being affected either by contracting the virus or having been exposed to someone who has the virus and many do not even know they have been exposed. It is our desire as a leadership team to do our part as a church body to love other’s by following the Governor’s recommendation that if you have an alternative way to meet to do so. We know this storm will pass, but for now we want to do what we can to help rather than potentially become a part of the problem. We want to help relieve the burden on our city’s healthcare, first responder, and law enforcement workers. We will continue to keep you updated as the situation in our community continues to change.
You can meet us online Sundays at 10am (or anytime thereafter) on our Facebook and YouTube pages, or you can go to mountaincoast.org and join us there.
We are still in need of a significant amount of corn for the Thanksgiving Blessing. Please consider bringing the canned corn to the church between 11am – 12 noon tomorrow Sunday, November 15th. This will be a simple outdoor drop off by the main entrance where we enter for church services.
Also, if you put together a shoe box for Operation Christmas Child, you can bring that by the church tomorrow at the above mentioned time. You can also drop them off at Anchorage Baptist Temple this Monday thru Friday between 5:30-7:30pm, or next Saturday and Sunday from 1-5pm, or you can drop them off at Cornerstone Church this Monday-Friday between 2-5pm, and next Saturday 9-11am, or 2-4pm.
We just want to reiterate that this storm will pass, so let’s do our part to show love to those in our community by doing the next right thing. We are praying for you and your families during this tumultuous time.
You all are such a blessing and are loved,
Dan, Diana, Roger and Pam
Mountain Coast Vineyard Leadership Team
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