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In-person worship cancelled for January 9th

Out of an abundance of caution and the timing of potential freezing rain, Aisquith will be closed to in person worship. Please visit Aisquith’s Facebook page as the service for this week will be uploaded by 10 AM – a link will be emailed by then as well.

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Retirement Party/Open House Postponed until January 15th

With the number of Covid positives that the church has experienced, we are postponing Pastor Bell’s retirement party / open house until Saturday, January 15.  This will allow all of us to be further removed from holiday gatherings and other events which may have caused the number of cases to increase. Please proactively contact anyone that you knew was coming to the event to make sure that everyone is aware of this change. We will look forward to this gathering on the 15th.

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Only Virtual Service this Sunday (2/7)

Given the forecast of a heavy and quick snowstorm on Sunday morning (the National Weather Service is saying up to 7 inches of snow between 5 a.m. and noon) and the unlikeliness of the parking lot being plowed, as well as difficulty in making the church safely accessible, we will only be doing a virtual service this weekend.  Links will be sent later for the recording on YouTube and the service will also be available on Aisquith’s FaceBook page. Additionally, we are hereby postponing the annual congregational meeting until next Sunday, February 14 following the worship service.  During...

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Restoring In-Person Worship

In-person worship services will begin again on Sunday, June 28, 2020. Please, read the Restoring In-Person Worship Guidelines for more details!

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A Message from Pastor Bell

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, I’m sure by now you have many questions about what the future holds and when things will get back to “normal”.  We are all wondering the same thing!  One thing is certain, “Our God is Sovereign Still” (Hymn No. 72 Amid the Fears That Oppress Our Day).  His plans for us are sure and good, even if we cannot begin to fathom his purpose.  Things may be difficult for several weeks, and the news reports don’t have an end in sight.  We can only listen to the warnings and carefully follow the guidelines to avoid contracting it...

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The National Christian Choir’s 2nd Edition

May 5th, 2019 • Sunday – 6:00PM • Aisquith Presbyterian Church • Doors open – 5:00 PM • Free Admission • Offering to be Received

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