Sunday, July 5
In light of county-wide regulation changes in regards to COVID-19, we'd like to remind you that our church is continuing in its efforts to provide a safe worship environment through social distancing, staggered seating, contact-less interactions, and thorough cleaning of all surfaces.
Wednesday, May 13
Beginning May 24th we will have two in-person services at 9:00 am and 10:45 am. We will be practicing social distancing during these services and will continue to live stream the 9 am service for the benefit of those who cannot attend in person. Here are some of the measures that we are taking as a church to help keep your family safe.
• Doors will be open upon arrival for contact-less entry
• Portable sinks will be available at the entrances
• There will be no Sunday School or nursery at this time
• Seating will be every other row with limited seating in each row
• Offering will be collected at the exits to avoid contact
•Door handles and surfaces will be disinfected between services
Please know that we are doing everything in our power to safely meet our congregation’s needs. That said, we encourage families with young children to bring their children into the sanctuary or use the lobby where the service will be on the screen. Additionally, we encourage those who are 65+ or with compromised immune systems to carefully consider whether to attend.
Monday, March 30th
Over the weekend, President Trump announced that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC) has extended their recommendation against any gathering of 10 or more people past the end of the scheduled Boyette Sports spring season. Based on this advice from CDC and the Florida Department of Health and Hillsborough County Health Department, Boyette Sports will not continue its season within the next several months.
However, our approach is to continue the season of five weeks in the Fall of 2020 specifically in September to October. This approach depends mainly on CDC guidelines, the Redeemer’s calendar of activities and the availability of coaches and staff during the Fall of 2020.
Boyette Sports cannot guarantee if we will be able to complete this season in 2020.
But our prayers are with every Boyette Sports family during this difficult time.
Please don't hesitate to contact your coach directly or our church office at this time if you have any specific needs.
- Duane Davies,
Director of Boyette Sports
Thursday, March 26th
As churches across the country are empty because of the Coronavirus pandemic, may we not only continue to trust God but also love and care for one another.
We have created service groups for volunteers willing to help those affected by the virus (ex. running errands, picking up medications, making a financial donation), for those affected by the virus or feeling vulnerable and need various forms of assistance, and also for those who are caring for someone sick or elderly and is in need of prayer and/or encouragement.
If you would like to join our COVID-19 Response volunteer team, or if you are someone who has a need, now is the time to reach out and let us know!
Email our church office to be placed on a team alongside our deacons.
This Sunday, March 29 we will once again be having a virtual service only at 9:30 a.m. The live stream of our service will be broadcast live on our "Redeemer Riverview" YouTube Channel
We are sorry for this inconvenience, but we are hopeful that with everything you need to virtually worship together in one place you will be able to focus on worship of the Lord and not the many distractions. We look forward to worshiping with you this Sunday.
- Redeemer Staff