Hurricane Irma’s Impacts for Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC:
- Saturday’s inquirers’ class is POSTPONED.
- Sunday’s Christian-education hour is CANCELED.
- Sunday’s worship service information – UPDATE
With the largest hurricane in recorded history approaching 3 coastal states, voluntary and mandatory evacuations are already beginning further south. Our governor has declared a state of emergency. Wise hurricane preparations will require many of us to spend the next few days securing our homes for strong winds, gathering medications and storm supplies, making any evacuation travel plans, and checking on any relatives in vulnerable areas.
To enable all of you to care for your families and property, we’re postponing our inquirers’ class that was scheduled for this Saturday, September 9. Once we’re through the storm, we’ll know whether we can plan a class for the following weekend or whether we’ll be cleaning up and drying out, making necessary our postponing the class further into the fall.
We’re also canceling our Christian-education classes for this Sunday, September 10. Lord willing, we’ll be able to gather as usual the following Sunday for classes and our worship service.
This Sunday’s worship service as of now is not canceled, but if there is a mandatory evacuation for Charleston for Sunday, then we’ll definitely cancel the worship service, too. We always try to comply with local officials’ orders.