Denver, Colorado … The Rocky Mountain Conference facilities, churches & schools are to remain closed through May 31. The extension of the current closure until May 31 was voted by the RMC leadership during a ZOOM meeting, on April 22.
“This extension follows regulations from the state governments, and we are informed that there will be gradual roll out from the restrictions that we have been living under,” said Eric Nelson, RMC VP for administration.
“The closures are impacting all of us throughout our territory, and we pray that circumstances will change for our churches and schools to directly interact and serve our communities,” he added.
Reports from around the conference show immense creativity in worship, teaching and how to support our mission while engaging in virtual communication with each other. The leadership team will continue to monitor the pandemic situation with hope that as soon as restrictions ease, we all will be allowed to hold gatherings and events planned for the months ahead.
“In an effort to maintain the safety of our members and communities, we are continuing to cooperate with these limitations within our conference through the end of May,” Nelson added.