Information on the coronavirus is available in every form of media imaginable almost overwhelming at this time.  Hopefully you have taken the opportunities to read up on the steps you can take at home and in your daily activities to keep you and your household as healthy as possible.  The current crisis does not call for panic, but faith and common sense.  We have faith in God and in the giftedness He has given to those who are diligently seeking a remedy.  While waiting for His provision, we want to be wise and vigilant in giving our facilities and practices the extra attention this situation requires to help maintain the physical wellbeing of those who call ESBC their place of worship as well as those whose paths we cross in our daily living.  Take note of the following actions and or recommendations we are and will be making until this potential threat subsides.
  * Our church will be striving to disinfect our facility as best we can to provide a
     safe, healthy environment.
  * We will do our best to keep the hand sanitizers and soap dispensers and other
     such supplies fully stocked.
  * We recommend you carrying personal sanitizers for your own convenience
     and safety.
  * If you are feeling sick or if you are prone to easily catching illnesses, please
    stay home.  Even if you don’t have the coronavirus, your natural defenses are
    low and you are more susceptible to other illnesses.
  * We encourage you to limit your casual handshakes and hugs  –  replace them
     with a big smile, eye contact and a kind word.
  * For a while, we will utilize the offering buckets at the exit doors rather than
    passing the plates.
Here is a CDC link listing precautions you can take to ward off illness as well
as updates to information regarding this virus. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/indes.html
 
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