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Meadowood Family,

Because of the spread of Coronavirus and at the urging from the President of the United States, as well as medical personnel and our state and community leaders, we will not be having services on Sunday for the next two weeks nor any activities at the church on weekdays.

There is the possibility we will have to extend the time that we do not meet. If this is necessary we will let you know in advance of any cancellation.

Randy Lind, Braden Ligon, Kent Epling, and I met today, March 18, to plan our live streaming service for this Sunday. The service will begin at 10:30am. You can watch the service by logging on to Facebook live via our Meadowood Baptist Facebook page, or you will be able to log on to meadowood.sermon.net.

In the meantime I would encourage all of our families to have a family worship time weekly. You could as well put on Facebook what your family is doing in the worship time. This could be great encouragement for other families to follow your example.

I want to encourage all of us to be faithful in our giving. Even though we are not meeting, work is still being done at the church and the operating expenses of the church continue. You can give in the following ways:

Mail your offering to ―

   Meadowood Baptist Church
   2816 N. Woodcrest Dr.
   Midwest City, OK 73110

You also have the option of giving online. Go to www.meadowoodbaptist.org and click on the “GIVING” link at the top of any page. Follow the link and instructions provided to set up an account to get started.

Thank you in advance for your faithfulness in praying, worshiping, and giving.
We definitely want to be sensitive to our people in need. If you are needing assistance please call the church office at 737-7684.

I am asking all who serve Meadowood as teachers to stay in touch with their class members and for our deacons to be checking on their widows.

I believe through this ordeal we are going to experience the Lord doing mighty works in the lives of people.

Blessings,

Bob

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