If you are in the Houston area this week, or you are displaced from the storm, or just looking for a place to worship the Living God, join us (Baptist Church of the Redeemer) this week as we worship at Oyster Creek Park in Sugar Land. Here is the e-mail that I sent out to our church today:
As I type this e-mail, I know that many of you will not receive it because you are still without power. So, we are planning on making phone calls today and tomorrow to ensure that everyone gets the details about this Sunday. As many of you know, FBC Missouri City is still without power from the storm, which has postponed our clean up process to prepare for church services on Sunday. So WE WILL NOT BE MEETING AT OUR NORMAL FACILITIES (FBC MC) FOR WORSHIP THIS WEEK.
We have reserved the amphitheater at Oyster Creek Park in Sugar Land for our Sunday meeting this week. Our worship service will be a little earlier than usual, beginning at 10AM, this Sunday, September 21st. We will not have Sunday School. We do want to encourage everyone to bring a picnic lunch, if you’d like to stay and fellowship after the service. Oyster Creek does have the capabilities for power, but they are currently offline, like many of you. Pray that power would be restored so we can have a microphone and perhaps some fans blowing 🙂
Here are the Details in Sum:
*We are Meeting at Oyster Creek Park, this Sunday at 10 am for worship. (Click here for a map)
*Oyster Creek Address: 4033 State Highway 6 South (77479)
*Directions from 59: Exit Highway 6 and head South toward Missouri City. Oyster Creek Park will be just past Settler’s Way on your left.
*Things to Bring:
Lawn Chairs (we will bring some from FBC if you don’t have a lawn chair)
Picnic Lunch–there are not many tables at Oyster Creek, so bring your own if you’d like or a blanket.
Casual (cool) clothes
A friend who is displaced from the storm
Frisbee, ball, etc…(for after the service of course)