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Last updated: January 27th, 2021
For the safety of our staff, serve teams, and church members we will be continuing virtual-only Sunday services for the next three Sundays, 1/31, 2/7, and 2/14. Join us online for these weeks on our Website, Facebook, and YouTube. Our in-person service will resume Sunday, February 21st.
- Family Camp is still happening this weekend! Please reach out to email@example.com if you have any questions.
- Small Groups are continuing to meet both in-person and virtually. Click here for our full listing of groups.
- If you are taking a NWU class, you will be contacted directly regarding plans moving forward.
As always, stay safe and we will see you soon!
We are adapting all in-person gatherings for this weekend (1/22 - 1/24) to be virtual gatherings.
Some members of our church have tested positive for COVID-19. We want to provide space so that we are not adding to the spread of infections. Therefore out of an abundance of caution, we've made the decision to modify upcoming events this weekend to be virtual.
PRAYER & WORSHIP NIGHT
Prayer & Worship Night will still take place this Friday, January 22nd from 6pm - 6:45pm as a virtual event over Zoom. For more information on the modified event visit https://bit.ly/2Nk14kK.
Our 11AM Sunday worship service on January 24th will be exclusively streaming on our Website, Facebook, and YouTube. Our in person service will resume the following Sunday, January 31st.
Northwest U classes will be cancelled this Sunday, January 24th and will be postponed to the following Sunday, January 31st.
How to Experience Church
Host a Watch Party: Gather with a few close friends, family or neighbors and stream the service together. We encourage you to continue to follow CDC guidelines.
In Person: Starting Sunday, June 14th, we will offering the option to gather at church for a modified service. See more details below.
In Person Services Beginning Sunday, June 14th
We are excited to announce that starting Sunday, June 14th, we’ll be offering the option to gather at church for those who are healthy and wish to gather.
In accordance with CDC guidelines, this experience will be modified. We will be practicing social distancing and taking the necessary precautions for the safety of our team and guests. We will be continuing to make every effort for our online experience to be the best, therefore our layout will be adjusted in the auditorium to accommodate for cameras and live stream set up. Unfortunately at this time, there will be no kids church, nursery or coffee bar available.
If you aren’t quite ready or able to join us, we invite you to continue to watch online via our live stream on Youtube, Facebook or our website. Kids church will continue to stream online at 10:30am and our main service will follow at 11am. We do encourage families with young children and those within the vulnerable population to stay home and take every precaution.
We love you Northwest and are excited to continue meeting with you both in person and online!
- Pastor Peter
With the current health epidemic, most of our small groups have gone virtual! If you are interested in one of the small groups, please reach out to the small group host to see when and where it is taking place. Check out our small groups here.
Cares Act Update
On Friday March 23rd 2020, President Trump signed into law the CARES Act, also known as the Keeping American Workers Paid and Employed Act. It is the largest amount of money ($2 trillion) ever spent by a government to:
Pay companies to quickly hire back their workers, and
Triple the amount of unemployment payments to keep everyone's income up until they get rehired.
Northwest will have several of our best financial advisors strategize on how to help us as Northwest Members benefit from this opportunity. We will get more info to you soon. But in the meantime here are the facts so far:
A one time check of $1,200 for each adult will be sent to EVERY adult if your income is $75,000 or less for a single person and $150,000 or less for a married couple.
Plus you'll receive $500 for each child.
If you have not filed your 2018 personal tax return yet, you will need to do so immediately in order to get the $1,200 check as soon as possible.
For those of you who are unemployed:
In Florida, the current state unemployment payment is half of your pay up to a maximum weekly payment of $275. The new law adds $600 to the $275 making the new maximum $875 per week.
Please contact the State of Florida immediately to apply for unemployment benefits at: www.connect.myflorida.com
or call: 1-800-681-8102 (Monday - Friday 7:30AM to 6:30PM, and Saturday and Sunday 8AM to 2PM)
Small Business Assistance
If you own a small business, click here for information on the Small Business Act and the Paycheck Protection Program.
Families First Coronavirus Response Act - Requires employers to provide certain sick pay and family medical leave benefits to eligible employees affected by the coronavirus pandemic.