In-Person Worship Protocols
Masking is optional. As always, if you are feeling ill or have symptoms of illness, we ask that you view the service from home. When we are in the sanctuary, please sit in the pews with cushions so that distancing can be maintained. Ventilation is important. When we are in the sanctuary, ceiling fans will be on and windows open. Please dress for your comfort level. When we are in the fellowship hall, the air purifier will be on.
For those not comfortable with attending in person worship, the service will continue to be made available at 10:15AM on our:
• Website – http://www.gracechurchpottstown.com
• Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/GLCPottstown
• YouTube Channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKgJA-RV1AwzJW5LhKr67uA
Support for the Victims of the Home Explosion
The Foundation for Pottstown Education has set up a fund to assist the families of the house explosion in Pottstown. If you are interested in donating, please go to https://foundationpottstowned.org/donate/. In the Donation Designation pull down menu, choose “Greatest Need.” In the Notes section, type 5/26 Emergency Fund. Or, checks may be mailed to: Foundation for Pottstown Education, 230 Beech Street, Pottstown, PA 19464. In the memo section, write: 5/26 Emergency Fund.
Lutheran Disaster Response
Lutheran Disaster Response shares God’s hope, healing and renewal with people whose lives have been disrupted by disasters in the United States and around the world. When the dust settles and the headlines change, they continue to provide ongoing assistance to those in need.
Lutheran Disaster Response would not exist if it were not for the thousands, if not millions, of people who make an impact by getting involved. Whether efforts are financial support, volunteering or helping to prepare communities for disasters, lives and livelihoods are improved.
To contribute, please make your check payable to Grace Lutheran Church, write ‘Lutheran Disaster Response’ on the memo line, and drop in the offering plate or mail to Grace
2022 Congregational Council
Please remember that we represent you.
Please let us know if there is anything you want to share or would
like us to address and/or consider. We invite your input.
Catherine Barton, President
Kathy Kissinger, Vice President
Brian Bryson, Secretary
Cheryl Detweiler, Treasurer
Hospital Visitations – Due to HIPPA (privacy) regulations, hospitals no longer contact the church when members have been admitted. Should you or someone you know be in need of a visit while in the hospital, please let the church office know. Visitation protocols have changed numerous times throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, so visits will be made based on the protocols in place at the time.
Building Use – if you are interested in renting the building for a gathering, or if your group is interested in meeting space, please contact the church office. Use at this time is being considered on a case-by-case basis.