With the rapid advances in the changing of COVID protocols, business, churches, and schools
are making many decisions that are not to be taken lightly.
Garber Church staff has tried its best to balance physical safety and the spiritual well-being of our congregation during the COVID season. Thank you for your participation and cooperation in such times.
Worship at 8am will be held in the Sanctuary
Sunday School will resume in the classes’ regular locations at 9:30am
The 11am service will be held in Morris Hall
**Mask wearing and social distancing are personally elective**
Take the Garber Church Summer Challenge, and read 1 John in one sitting this week and each week through the summer. 1 John begins with describing Jesus as the truly incarnated Word of Life. With each reading this week, list everything we are to know and believe about Jesus Christ. Identify which of these affirmations on your list are more familiar to you and which are less familiar? Discuss with your family why these affirmations are important to our fellowship with one another and with the Father and with the Son (1 Jn. 1:3)
Ready to put your faith into action, Garber Church?
Join us for the
FAITH IN ACTION VISION CLINIC
September 17 and 18
Seasoned volunteers and new interested church members should sign up.
“Open my eyes, Lord,
so that I may see wonderful things”
Unable to join us in person? Come join us online!
If you missed a Worship Service, or would like to share this week's Worship time with a friend,
the services are recorded and stored online just go to the streaming page to see the current LIVE service or view previous services. This is a great resource for those that are ill or unable to join us,
and for folks who are curious about Garber to learn more about our gatherings.
Please remember: this is no substitute for actually being present with the body of Christ in Worship,
Worship isn't something we can consume on a computer screen,
but something we offer up together as a gathered people.
We pray this resource will bless you and your family.