Coronavirus update, beginning 5/24:
  • One in person service will occur at 10:15am on Sunday, no childcare or nursery provided, and families will sit together. The service will be held to one hour.
  • Social Distancing will be encouraged. (6 feet in all directions between each household unit.)
  • Face Masks will be encouraged. Please wear a cloth face mask when you arrive. We will provide optional face masks if you forget yours. You can remove the masks during the service, if you feel comfortable, but we will ask you to put them on again before leaving your seat at the end of the service.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available in the lobby.
  • Doors will be propped open.
  • Drinking fountain will not be available, and there will be no coffee. We have water bottles available.
  • Nothing will be handed out (i.e. bulletins), nor will you be asked to pick up a hymnal.
  • An offering box will be available in the church lobby.
  • Disinfectant has been applied in the bathrooms and all high-touch surfaces.

Livestreaming services will continue to be broadcast at 10:15am and 6:00pm on Sunday. We pray that very soon we will be able to gather again as a whole church body.
As always, you can contact me via phone, text or email with any concerns, questions or prayer requests.
We will be sharing prayer requests with the church through email. If you do not normally receive emails
from me, you can contact me at ps.rlbc@gmail.com and I will add you to the list.
You can worship the Lord with your offerings by mailing them to the church at:

Rock Lake Baptist Church
191 East Pine St.
Lake Mills, WI 53551
 
At this time of distress in our world, we are so thankful that our God is in control, and we can trust in
Him. Although our country has brilliant scientists and excellent healthcare, our hope is not in their ability
to conquer this virus, but is in God Himself to do what is best for His children. Our prayers are for our
country’s leaders to have wisdom, for our health service providers to be safe and have success, and for
the communities that are being disrupted in so many ways to unite in consideration of one another by
practicing recommended health and hygiene measures.