Hello friends and church family,
We are happy to inform you that despite these uncertain times, ECC will remain open for the Lord's business every Sunday and will continue to hold Sunday morning worship services for the foreseeable future or until further notice.
We understand everyone's concerns about the possibilities of being exposed to the COVID-19 virus, and we understand and appreciate your decision should you choose to stay home. Scripture says all we need is two or more in order to be in the presence of the Lord, and we have that commitment as of now!
Forthcoming, should you decide to remain home on Sundays, we would like to invite you to tune in to our website (See below link) as we be hosting our simultaneouly broadcasted Sunday Morning Worship Live Streaming Event located here and also on our Factbook page at https://www.facebook.com/ExeterCofC
Thank you for your understanding, and we continue to ask for everyone's prayers during these extraordinary times.
See you in person Sunday morning at 10:30 AM, or through our video podcast early Sunday afternoon! ECC Church Leadership
Ron Hull - Thursday I had a "PET" scan at Visalia imaging, and results are currently pending, of which will likely help determine what comes next by way of treatment. Alrady on the treatment schedule is a day visit to the Norris Cancer Center at USC next Tuesday, April 17, for stereotactic radiation therapy on the right hip area. Your prayers and words of encouragement mean a lot to Nurse Bette and me. From Ron & Bette Hull.
Larry & Linette Thompson - Asking for prayers for Daughter Mindy, she is still quarantined in Sanger, possibly exposed at Clovis ER.
Linette Thompson - Still in a lot of pain due to the fall she had.
Larry Thompson - Cancelled his surgery until this virus is under control.
A Letter from our Pulpit Minister - Ron Hull
Dear Exeter church family, Bette and I want to thank all of you for your prayers, cards, calls, texts, emails, and all-around support during our time dealing with my (Ron's) cancer diagnosis. At this point, biopsy samples have shown cancer in the lung and right hip. Other tests remain ahead of us.
Special thanks to Doyle Thomas for altering our bed for easier access, Michelle Thomas for house cleaning and caring for he dogs while we were gone; to Zack Ludden for filling the pulpit and Rick Wall for taking care of Bible classes; to Sally all for professionally doing the church bulletin and to Rick Rossner for posting this online. And, yes, we are thankful to our elders for addressing this situation and the unexpected issue of the coronavirus as it relates to the wellbeing and future of our church family.
We are also grateful for being on the prayer lists of other churches in Exeter and their offers of assistance as needed. Of course, our family in the flesh has been encouraging and helpful (especially grandson, Mark, who had two weeks of overnight stays while we were gone) with various home tasks.
Our plans for treatment and schedules continue to evolve (with some influence from the coronavirus) as we move forward. But one thing is certain: we feel the providential, hidden hand of God has been behind so many happenings and interactions--with medical personnel and others.
We firmly believe that God is bringing about good things (whether e see it now or later) for those who trust Him according to His will. e love you and may God continue to bless.
Ron & Bette Hull
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