No In-Person Worship Gatherings This Weekend
Following Easter, COVID cases have been on the rise in Davidson County. Many of you have been affected or have had family or friends who have tested positive for the virus. Following multiple positive tests this week, several of our Mt. Zion staff and their families have been adversely affected or quarantined because of COVID.
In fact, we as a staff have been more impacted by the virus this week than at any time since the pandemic began. Currently, all Mt. Zion staff cases are experiencing mild symptoms and are quarantined.
Due to the virus’s impact on our staff and multiple volunteers this week, we have, unfortunately, decided to cancel all in-person gatherings for Sunday, April 18th. These decisions are never easy to make for our church and community. However, we must balance the health of our staff, volunteers, and all in attendance, alongside our heartfelt desire to gather in worship together.
Our staff and volunteers have been incredible this entire year, and we as a church should be proud of them as they continue to serve you and our community. We value your continued prayers, support, and understanding. I’m very humbled to work alongside such a great team!
While we will miss worshipping together in person this Sunday, April 18th, we look forward to continuing our series, “Elijah,” while gathering safely for church online, and we look forward to meeting in-person and online on April 25th.
– Luke Jackson, Lead Pastor