Our staff members are complying with the governor’s stay-at-home directives and are working from their homes. Our office is not open, but we are still ready to serve you. You can call 405-406-9079 to reach someone or on our website, mrcc.org, you can also find direct contact information for each staff member, and you can find forms to fill out to let us know if you have needs during this time. We are continuing to receive mail, so you can continue to send items to us that way too.
We are praying and ready to serve our community during this difficult time.
Based on the current CDC and White House guidelines for gatherings, we are canceling all services, classes, events, and activities through the end of March. We may well extend that timeline but will make that determination at a later time.
As you know, the details surrounding the coronavirus pandemic continue to change rapidly. Please stay informed and follow the CDC’s recommendations on hygiene, travel, and so forth (cdc.gov). We will be keeping you informed as to our upcoming schedule and will be providing virtual services and content during this strange time. Keep an eye out and follow us on our different platforms: mrcc.org | youtube.com/memorialroad | facebook.com/memorialroad | instagram.com/memorialroad. You can also choose to give online anytime at mrcc.org/give or through the MRCC app. If you need anything, fill out the form on the left side of the page (or at the bottom of page if on mobile) or call us at 405.607.6400.
Most importantly, please remember in this time of uncertainty and anxiety that we serve a God who is in control and who holds us in his hands. Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. -Isaiah 41:10
In light of the ongoing coronavirus crisis, we have prayerfully decided it will be in the best interest of our congregation and our community to cancel all services, classes, and activities on Sunday, March 15 and for the rest of the upcoming week.
Please continue to stay informed and to follow the CDC’s best practices as we work limit the spread of the disease. We will keep you informed as future decisions are made. Take care and God bless.