What is Open Life planning with this weather forecast?
Simply put Open Life will meet on schedule this Sunday, if we have power. There are a few things we would suggest you do and are good to know as we approach a potential bad weather Sunday.
Go to the campus that has power!
We are blessed to have two campuses each Sunday, Open Life Bonney Lake at the Bonney Lake High School and Open Life Sumner at the Sumner Middle School. Chances are at least one of those campuses will have power this Sunday and if so we will have service at 10am.
It’s not our call.
The Sumner School District does not let us rent their facilities when the power is out and in previous large storms like this if the power was out leading into the weekend they would tell us to make alternative plans days in advance. But with this storm coming in Saturday and with a potential historic impact to our region, we really won’t know it’s affect until close to the service times Sunday.
Follow us on social media for weather impact updates.
Chances are you are following us on the app or social media to even be reading this post, but if you have yet to do so; download the Open Life Church App and allow notifications (see video below), follow us on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook. You will see us post on all these locations as we grow closer to Sunday morning to keep you informed of anything that develops.
If the power is out at both Campuses, do this:
Keep yourself safe and spend time with your family. Try pulling out your bible and read a story together, play some games. Make the most of no electronics. Next, serve your neighbor. If the weather has left you without power, there is a good chance a neighbor is without power as well and may need your help. Use that as a sign from God that your Sunday will be destined for serving your neighbors.