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An Update from the March 25 Elder Council Meeting

Posted by JJ Sherwood on

Good morning Five Points family, and grace and peace to you all in the precious and powerful name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! You all continue to be in our prayers as, by grace, we fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith, during these days when our lives have...

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Rethinking Our Rhythms

Posted by JJ Sherwood on

Our lives and our world underwent dramatic change the past week. We’ve had to reimagine our weekly rhythms, figure out how to work remotely or what to do if we no longer have a job, learn how to partner with schools for online learning, and the list goes on. But times of change are also...

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Tags: discipleship, distraction, home worship

Update on Five Points in-person gatherings

Posted by JJ Sherwood on

Good morning Five Points family! We always thank God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, for your faith in Jesus, the love that you have for all the saints, because of the hope laid up for you in heaven. Times like these are never wanted, but they drive us deeper in Christ, make us...

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COVID-19 Guidance

Posted by Mike Sherf on

Updates (Thursday, March 26, 2020) Watch this space for updates relevant to church gatherings and worship services. The confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) and resulting deaths in our state continue to rise. For up-to-date information, visit the Michigan Department of Health and...

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An Important Update From The Elders at Five Points

Posted by JJ Sherwood on

Dear Five Points family~ Everything in life can change in an instant. And things can continue to change throughout the day. As we face the current COVID-19 pandemic, news of closures, bans, market fluctuations, and medical updates can make what we knew and thought yesterday irrelevant. We...

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Postponing Tonight's Activities and A Call to Prayer for Wisdom

Posted by JJ Sherwood on

Five Points family~Last night, our governor declared a state of emergency in Michigan due to the coronavirus. With presumptive cases now in Oakland County; our proximity to Oakland University, Fiat-Chrysler, and other large, international organizations; and following the new federal...

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