Welcome Back to Sunday School - March 7, 2021!
Updated: Mar 12, 2021
February 23, 2021
Dear Cedar Hill Church Family,
Social distancing, asymptomatic, contact tracing, active cases, lockdown, working virtually, and flatten the curve are all words and phrases that has become the norm for us during this Coronavirus pandemic. One phrase that hasn’t been the norm at Cedar Hill since before Thanksgiving is the phrase Sunday School. I am excited to announce the relaunch date for Sunday School at Cedar Hill Baptist Church. We are reopening our Sunday School doors on Sunday, March 7, 2021, at 9:30 AM. After much prayer and discussion with our deacon body and medical personnel within our church, I and the deacons feel confident that the time to reopen Sunday School is upon us. To put it into perspective, we have the lowest number of active cases in our county right now since October 2020.
As the pastor of Cedar Hill, my number one objective during this pandemic has been to glorify God amid uncertain times and chaos, and I feel we have done just that. To be a safe and responsible church member, we are asking each person that attends Sunday School to still follow safety guidelines that are in place at our church. That means we highly recommend wearing a mask during Sunday School. On March 7, 2021, I urge you to make every effort to come to Sunday School at 9:30 AM. We also want to invite you to arrive early, around 9:00 AM, to enjoy a meet and greet time at the Welcome Station before heading to your Sunday School class. Coffee and pastries will be available for all ages located on lower level by church administration offices. On March 7, just look for signs and balloons in the parking lot that will lead you to the Welcome Station.
On a personal note, Satan today is weighing the heaviest on our homes. He knows that if he can disrupt and dismantle our families, then he has one leg up on the battle in our society. God’s word says in Hosea 4:6, “My people are destroyed for the lack of knowledge because they have rejected knowledge.” It is vital that we strengthen ourselves in the knowledge of our Heavenly Father. The best place to gather more insight and knowledge concerning our Heavenly Father is in a Sunday School class. Not only do you gain knowledge from biblical sound teaching, but you can make friends that will last a lifetime. Can you promise me something? Can you promise me that you will be in a Sunday School class on March 7? I hope you make that promise.
Bro. Bryan Burge