I have been posting about our church plant for several months now, and we continue to grow and move forward with our plans of launching our “official” Sunday morning services in September.
In the meantime, I am pleased to announce that we will be beginning our first public services on Sunday, April 19th. This simple evening service will begin at 5pm, and it will be held at the Georgetown Public Library, at 402 W 8th St, Georgetown, TX 78626. This is just one block west of the square!
After searching extensively for the right larger venue to accommodate us until September, we settled on the library for a number of reasons – cleanliness, size of rooms, cost, etc. There were some small hurdles to overcome, but we are really looki forward to getting started there.
We have also assembled some terrific musicians for our worship team, and I am excited to see how they will sound! I say “we” as if I were somehow involved in the process, but I am nonetheless thrilled that we have some talent available.
Our services should last about an hour (perhaps 75 minutes), and child care will be provided for kids up to age 5. When we start our Sunday morning services in the fall, we are hoping to integrate a “kids’ church” program for older kids during the sermon time.
Come join us anytime if you are interested!
For March 29th and April 5th, we will still be meeting at the RunTex location just south of the town square on Main Street, from 5-7pm. From April 19th until September, it will be from 5-6ish at the library. If you have any questions at all, feel free to let me know, or you can contact:
Whit Anderson, Pastor