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How to Pass the Peace in the Lord,passing care.

Dear Brothers and Sisters,


You may find the links below for two recorded videos: Pastor Daniel Shen (in Mandarin): How to Pass the Peace
Feel free to share with other people!
I also want to encourage every brother and sister if you knew someone (or God put someone’s name in your heart) who has not connected to any DCAC fellowship group (who may attend DCAC Sunday service before) do the following three things by calling him or her on phone, WeChat, Line, Zoom,…:

1. Ask “How are you doing?”

2. Ask “Do you have any need I or we (our church DCAC) can help?”

3. Ask “Do you have anything I can pray for you now?”After the prayer, ask the person if he or she is OK to receive DCAC email update (ask for the contact email address and forward the emails sent to DCAC group in the past few weeks if you get the permission). We will upload the email information to DCAC new website (still under construction) and later people only need to check the website to find the updates. At the end, invite him or her to attend your own fellowship group online meeting and add his or her to your group online meeting if you get the permission. By God’s grace he or she may start to attend your group online meeting starting from the coming Friday (3/27). This is the concrete way for us to pass our care to anyone who has the need and we really need your help to participate “Passing Care”.

如何傳遞平安(信息版)
如何傳遞平安(操作版)

DCAC English Ministry Worship Record 3/22 9:30 am

3/22/2020
9:30 AM
Live Stream Worship

Interact with us through the comments as we Livestream through YouTube our EM worship service at 9:30 AM on March 22. Pastor James McCall will be serving us and we’ll be looking at what God’s word has to say about anxiety. We welcome you!

Sign up for Micro Group Bible Study here!
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Hqd3aERoJDBEGoGqv5K3AX3VoGLh8GY8Cck9YI1s9dE/edit?ts=5e76c41d

DCAC response to COVIA-19 – 03/05/2020

The CDC announced that the COVID-19 spread in the U.S. is a “not if but when” situation and cautioned us to “prepare ourselves.” DCAC cares for everyone’s health and safety; in addition to encouraging everyone to prepare at the personal and family level, our response to the announcement and the current situation is given below:

Our elders, pastors, and ministry directors will meet on March 10 to discuss further measures if Michigan encounters the spread of COVID-19, so that we can “prepare ourselves” to continue to provide spiritual care and the expansion of joyful community in new ways. When we have any new updates or decisions, we will inform DCAC brothers and sisters promptly.

In the meantime, as we continue to have meetings in the DCAC building, we will install hand sanitizer dispensers and frequently disinfect surfaces, especially in the children’s area, door handles, and high traffic areas.

Please pray for the above two things, asking God to guide us to continue to provide a loving and a safe place for God’s people and, no matter how the virus spreads, that we will have God’s peace and wisdom to respond proactively.