More than ever we need to stay connected. I was pleasantly surprised as I listened to Governor Ducey announce the stay at home executive order. He made a very clear emphasis on maintaining social distance without losing relational connection. Even though our church offices are closed to the public, we are still operating and serving our church and our city. Here are just a few, but important reminders of how to stay connected.

Your Church

We’ve been working overtime to make sure we can stay in touch as a church. We just launched our brand new mobile app. You can find it on the Apple Store by searching “pantano.church,” and find the Android app at this link – click here. It’s simple and amazing. You’ll be able to access the adult, student, and children’s online services, and several tools. You can watch past messages, and the notes for those messages are right there, too. You can give financially from the app. And my favorite part: touch the Bible icon at the bottom and you’ll have access to our Pantano Bible Reading Plan! Now, more than ever, we need to keep up our diet of feeding on God’s Word.

Don’t forget; you can text “Pantano” to 31996 to get notifications and updates from our church.

You’ll always be able to find most of what you need at pantano.church, including asking for prayer, food, or supplies.

If you need to talk to a pastor or elder, we have someone available to talk to you anytime. Just call 520-298-5395. We’d love to talk with you and pray with you.

Small Groups

Continue meeting as small groups. More and more groups are doing this virtually and finding it to be an amazing experience. There are plenty of free options to meet with your groups online like Zoom, Google Hangouts Meet, Facebook Messenger Video Chat and more. You can also Find A Group online!

Friends and Neighbors

I encourage you to ask the Holy Spirit to bring someone to your mind. Just try it. Then as a name or face comes to mind, pick up the phone and call them. Or call someone you haven’t talked to in a while. 

Check in with your neighbors while respecting social distancing. Some are using neighborhood apps like Nextdoor or Ring. Take “love your neighbor” literally!

Glen Elliott

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