Saturday, September 12, 2020
The Session (board) of Marshall Presbyterian Church has declared Sunday, September 13, as a "snow day" because Pastor Melissa took this past week as Study Leave. Not only did she do some reading, she set up a Zoom account to which worship will be moved at month end. With Zoom, you will be able to see and interact with one another online. Those who have no computer or have sketchy internet service can call in to the "meeting." You will receive a Robocall with more information.
Meanwhile, NEXT Sunday, September 20, worship will be at the church in the parking lot that has the ramp. This will be a communion service. Please wear a masque and observe social distancing. You can park in the Town of Marshall lot or in the lot on the Tag Office side of the building.
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Sunday, September 6, 2020
Last week we worshipped outside.
This week, September 6, we are online again.
The announcements are in the comments below. Be sure to turn on your speakers. You can pause the video by touching the screen and pressing the pause symbol or your spacebar (on a computer).
A message from the American Red Cross: As we continue to support the local community, we also continue to search for great individuals in the community to volunteer with us. We have several volunteer opportunities for those who are 14 years and older, plus volunteer opportunities that can be done from home due to the current COVID-19 environment. Click here to volunteer.
Because of the pandemic:
Gathering in the church building for worship, Scouts, and R.O.A.R. dinners have been discontinued until the CDC recommends gatherings resume.
The Neighbors in Need Crisis Organization and Food Pantry continues to be open every Tuesday between 1 and 3 outside the lower level of Marshall BBC Presbyterian Church, 165 South Main Street in downtown Marshall, directly across from the Marshall Town Hall.
Please, one person representing a household in line. You must wear a face covering and stand six feet from interviewers and pantry volunteers.
Unfortunately, at this time Neighbors in Need and Marshall Presbyterian Church CANNOT take donations of clothing, furniture, or other household items. Thanks for understanding.