Reminder: Service Time Changes Coming (Nov 4th)

It was mentioned at the Irondequoit Campus last week, and I wanted to remind everyone of some time changes for Sunday morning (at Irondequoit campus only):

TOMORROW (same times):

  • 8:30 – First service
  • 10:15 – Second service

BEGINNING NOVEMBER 4th (next Sunday):

  • 9:00 – First Service
  • 10:45 – Second service

No change tomorrow (8:30 and 10:15). Our Greece campus still will meet at 10:00 AM.

I can't wait for tomorrow… I will be talking about an upgrade we all need.

That is what you need to know. If you want to know WHY – keep reading…

  • The reason we went earlier is to make sure we could get the sermon delievered to Greece in time for the10:00 AM service.  We discovered we are getting it there with plenty of time – so we are going back to the summer service times. Please pray – the sermon will be arriving at Greece after their service has already started.
  • We also think that 10:15 is an earlier start for the last service of the day than we want. There are hundreds of thousands of people in our city who sleep in on Sunday and 10:15 feels very early for them. 10:45 gives us another 30 minute window to catch those who like to sleep in. We'd love to do the Greece campus later also, but the movie theater won't let us.
  • We want to try to balance our services between our first and second service, and the earlier the first service is – the more unbalanced the numbers get. And then we will need to go three services way too soon.

See you tomorrow (8:30 or 10:15 in Irondequoit)… you will see me but I won't see you at the theater (10:00 in Greece)


One comment
  1. Hi,
    No doubt you have already figured in Winter travel time but being an “older” women I thought I would remind you just in case you forgot about slush, ice and snow and accidents.

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