6/21/2020 Services

Dear Saints of PVBC,

This week we have made progress in having an in person outdoor worship service. We are joyful that while there are still restrictions we will have the opportunity to be outside of our vehicles and (while maintaining the required six-feet of social distance) we will be able to see each other and fellowship from a distance. We are still maintaining a drive in type of service and posting sermons on the website as well, for those who are more susceptible or not as comfortable attending in person.
 


June 11th Drive-In Service Reminder

Dear Saints of Potter Valley;

It has been wonderful these last few weeks to see you all, if only through a car window, as we gather to worship. We all miss the fellowship of the Saints and we are hopeful this season of trial passes soon. We will continue to pray along these lines.
 
I am looking forward to being with you this Lord’s day, but as we prepare for that day we need to remember some of the requirements that are in place for this to happen. While at the worship service we need to:
  1. Stay in our cars unless needing the restroom or part of the 12 responsible for the service (and if out of your car remember to social distance and to wear your facial covering).
  2.  Exit the rodeo grounds when the service is over. As much as we long to linger and visit with others we, at this time need to exit.


June 6th Drive-In Services

 
We are looking forward to welcoming you again to our Potter Valley Bible worship service!  May we once again have a
rich and blessed time of worship together in song, in prayer and in the word.
 
In accordance with the State of California, and County of Mendocino regulations, we are happy to offer Drive-In services at this time.  We anticipate being able to offer some version of in-person services in the near future, although there is much work we need to do before we can open up safely in that way.  
 


Covid19 – March 15th Cancellation of Church Services & Ministries

To the Saints of PVBC;

As you are well aware, the ‘coronavirus’ has brought about a great disruption to our daily lives. Strange times indeed but not to be feared. Our sovereign Lord continues to rule and it is He who controls these things. We will continue to trust Him.

We have a great opportunity to honor God during this trial. Let us not be overcome by fear and anxiety nor let us be cavalier and indifferent. But let us show our community the greatness of Christ by fearless trust and sacrificial love for others. Let us commit ourselves to praying for our neighbors and government officials.