Due to Seattle’s version of Snowpocalypse, Quest Church is cancelling all three services for Sunday, December 21. With safety in mind for the 500+ people that drive, cycle, and walk their way to church, the elders and I prayerfully made this decision. I have to share that I feel a little strange since this is the first cancellation in the history of Quest but this is also a great opportunity.
This shouldn’t b excuse for us to play pagan and do nothing except watch football games, consume christmas cake and egg nog, and shovel snow. We want to invite you to carve out some quality time tomorrow to “Worship @ Home.” While it’s an amazing experience to gather with fellow worshippers from the Quest family on Sundays, you don’t need a worship team, program, or minister to worship the Triune God.
Tomorrow, I want to encourage you to gather your family and perhaps, your nearby interested friends and Questers, and HOST a worship service at your home. If you want, we’ll be posting a simple “Quest Worship @ Home” guide with liturgy, Scripture reading, Communion liturgy, prayer requests and announcement. Also for those interested, I’ll also be posting a short sermon video. These will be available both on the church website and on my blog early tomorrow morning.
In light of Sunday cancellation, we’re now even more excited about the annual Christmas Eve service on Wednesday, December 24 [7-8.15pm].
Check in tomorrow for the outline and sermon video. Be safe. Enjoy your sabbath. But don’t forget to remember your Creator and Savior [Exodus 20:8].