What’s Happening at DCC?
We take the care of our local community and the health of our faith community very seriously. After prayerful consideration, we have decided to suspend our Sunday morning worship gatherings at both locations through May 10, and move our Sunday morning teachings online.
- You can continue to engage with all of our teachings here. All large Gatherings will be postponed through Sunday, May 10.
- If you are part of a small group or have signed up for an event outside of Sunday morning, you will receive direct communication on how we plan to move forward.
- We are aware of the impact the pandemic is already having in our neighborhoods and communities and local schools. Project Renew – the service and justice initiative of DCC – has created a place where you can both sign up to help and make needs known. Click here if you would like to help address needs, or if you would like to make a specific need known.
For the next few weeks, Sunday Morning teachings will be available each Sunday morning beginning at 9 AM, allowing us to continue to learn about the Divine Feminine together through the season of Lent. You can find our teachings here.
Whatever our disposition toward the COVID-19 pandemic or how at-risk you believe yourself to be, it’s critical to remember we all share a responsibility for the safety of others, particularly the most vulnerable. For the sake of others, practice cleanliness and hand-washing, be vigilant in your interactions, and avoid unnecessary exposure.
We will continue to monitor the situation, and will post up-to-date information, as it becomes available, on our website. We will also continue to communicate to our entire faith community regularly through email regarding our next steps, including our plans for Sunday worship gatherings. If you are not on our current listserve, you can sign up to receive them here.
We are grateful that we are still a faith community regardless of how we gather. And so, as we continue to join together through online teachings, through serving, and in homes throughout our city – may the goodness and love of God rest on you.