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Just a reminder to everyone that we will be having a movie/pizza night at the Church tomorrow night @7:30pm 8/21/2020. Come join the party,get a full stomach and learn about the rapture!!!!
Amen brothers!
****Updated version**** in regards to places of worship

Guidance for Houses of Worship During the COVID-19 Crisis
During these challenging times, government and faith communities throughout Texas need to work together to love our neighbors and slow the spread of Coronavirus. To facilitate this collaboration, State and local governments must clearly articulate their directives aimed at mitigating spread of the virus. This updated joint guidance from the Office of the Attorney General and the Office of the Governor is the official guidance regarding the effect of Executive Order GA 16 on religious services conducted in churches, congregations, and houses of worship.
The government must give special consideration to houses of worship when issuing orders related to the COVID-19 crisis.
The First Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article I of the Texas Constitution protect the right of Texans to worship and freely exercise their religion according to the dictates of their own consciences. In addition, the Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act (“RFRA”) provides additional protections to faith communities, and government must ensure that it complies with RFRA when it acts, even during a disaster. Thus, when state or local governments issue orders prohibiting people from providing or obtaining certain services, they must ensure that these orders do not violate these constitutional and statutory rights.
Houses of worship provide “essential services.”
By executive order, Governor Abbott has defined essential services to include “religious services conducted in churches, congregations, and houses of worship.”1 Institutions providing these essential services can provide them under certain conditions described in Executive Order GA 16 and local orders by counties or municipalities that are consistent with GA 16. To the extent there is conflict between the Governor’s Executive Order GA 16 and local orders, GA 16 controls. Local governments may not order houses of worship to close.
Houses of worship should conduct as many activities as possible remotely, and should follow federal guidelines when providing services in person.
Houses of worship should conduct as many of their activities as possible remotely. Services that houses of worship cannot conduct remotely should be conducted in accordance with guidance from the White House and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”).2 For example:
1 Exec. Order No. GA 16 at 3 (Apr. 17, 2020); see also Exec. Order No. GA 14 at 2 (Mar. 31, 2020) (superseded by GA 16).
2 Ctr. for Disease Control, Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) (Apr. 9, 2020), https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/
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• Instruct sick employees, volunteers, and guests to stay home;
• Practice social distancing by maintaining appropriate distance between people;
• Maintain good hygiene by washing your hands frequently, using hand
sanitizer, using your elbow to cover coughs, and not touching your face;
• Implement environmental cleanliness and sanitization practices; and
• Clean and disinfect work areas frequently.
Houses of worship, like providers of other essential services, are to follow additional guidance from the White House and CDC whenever possible.3
Houses of worship should help slow the spread of the virus.
Texas is a big state and the transmission rate of COVID-19 varies in different communities. Texans also have big hearts and should love their neighbors by evaluating the rate of local community spread to determine the appropriate level of mitigation strategies to implement.4 Houses of worship play an important role in this effort, and can use their creativity to help slow the spread of the virus. For example, a church could hold “drive-in” style services. Or because Executive Order GA 16 permits drive-thrus to provide goods and services, a house of worship may, according to their faith practices, provide communion or a blessing through a similar drive-up service.
When conducting services, houses of worship may consider implementing the following practices:
• Encourage all attendees who are 65 and above to stay home and watch the services online, or provide a “senior service” exclusively for attendees 65 and above to attend in person.
• Ask all attendees who have an underlying at-risk health condition to stay home and watch the services online.
• Equip ushers and greeters with gloves and masks.
• Consider keeping child care closed, unless the house of worship can comply
with CDC guidelines for child care facilities.5
community/guidance-business-response.html; Tex. Dep’t of State Health Servs., Prevention of COVID- 19 (Apr. 17. 2020), https://www.dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/#prevent; The President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America, 30 Days to Slow the Spread (Mar. 31, 2020), https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp- content/uploads/2020/03/03.16.20_coronavirus-guidance_8.5x11_315PM.pdf.
3 CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/guidance-business-response.html. Texas DSHS: https://www.dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/#prevent.
CDC, People Who Are at Higher Risk for Severe Illness (Apr. 15, 2020), https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/need-extra-precautions/people-at-higher-risk.html; see also CDC, Interim Guidance for Administrators and Leaders of Community- and Faith-Based Organizations to Plan, Prepare, and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) (Mar. 23,
2020), https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/organizations/guidance-community- faith-organizations.html.
5 CDC, Guidance for Childcare Programs that Remain Open (Apr. 12, 2020), https:// www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/guidance-for-childcare.html.
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• Ensure all attendees sanitize their hands and put on a mask before entering the building.
• Ensure attendees sit with their family unit, use social distancing between each unit, and, if necessary, add more service times to facilitate distancing.
• Clergy should dismiss attendees by family unit, maintaining social distancing.
• Staff should sanitize seats and frequently touched surfaces between services.
• Consider refraining from passing collection plates and instead provide a
central collection box in the building or encourage online giving.
• Consider how the sacraments can be administered without attendees having
to touch the same surfaces and objects.
These guidelines do not violate the religious liberty of houses of worship.
Under the extraordinary circumstances in which we temporarily live, these guidelines provide that houses of worship may remain open. The guidelines make only recommendations to houses of worship. They do not violate the religious liberty of houses of worship because the government has a compelling interest in recommending this guidance (stopping contagion) and the guidance is the least restrictive means of serving that compelling interest (allowing houses of worship to stay open for ministry, but suggesting ways that help slow the spread of COVID-19).
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Asking for prayers for one of my co-workers Lawrence he had just finished a job,and as he was getting back in his truck Friday,he was struck by another truck and was killed. I would just like to also add that if you see vehicles stopped in the road way or shoulder,especially if they have beacon light or cones out,use some common sense and get into the next lane and/or slow down if you can’t! This is what we deal with everyday,cars passing us not slowing down while we are having to be in roadway or near roadway doing our job! This was an avoidable accident,and this guy who was one of the good ones lost his life and his family is suffering now! MOVE OVER!!!
What’s your excuse? Does it sound like this as well?
Whether you listen to him or not,whether you like him or not say a prayer for the king of conservative talk radio. He just announced on his program,he was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer.
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For those of you who will be attending church tonight December 7 please remember that the city of Irving will be having their Christmas parade @5pm and their tree lighting @6pm so it will probably be a good idea to get to the church by 3pm before they block the roads off and you will not be able to get to the church.
Pastor Gary had an awesome message today,and afterwards we had a bike blessing for Joe and Tedra’s bike. God is good all the time,and all the time God is good!
Don’t forget Men’s breakfast tomorrow @7:30am Country restaurant on Main in Grand Prairie.

And also don’t forget tomorrow is church workday,we will be heading straight to Pigeon Hole after breakfast for those who would like to come help to do things around the church.

Matthew 5:16-Let your light so shine before men,that they may see your good works,and glorify your Father which is in heaven.
Let’s do this tomorrow in church Scott Jobe Gary Tigue Danny Howe Travis Tidwell Victor Cordero Rosie Lanier Tigue Sylvia Esther Jobe Natalie Morrison Gause Allen Englert If we could just spend a little bit of time praying for Trump tomorrow,it would be awesome! Our country and Trump need it! Is this okay with every one?
For all those that are going to the funeral tomorrow,they have made a dedicated section for bikes. This is the pic.

Men’s Biker Bible Study an encouraging word and to spur each other on to trust and obey in our daily walk with the Lord. In the 21st century the pressures of work, marriage, and parenting are mind-blowing.

Where can men get the answers to lead, manage, even survive it all? In the Bible. Come join us at Men’s Biker Bible Study for an encouraging word and spur each other on to trust and obey in our daily walk. Every week, men young and old come together to study the Bible, learn from one another, and be challenged and encouraged to live for something larger than themselves. We desire to equip and buil

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[07/11/21]   Start your Sunday morning out right, its not too late!!!!! Come join us at Chrome Cross Biker Church at 11AM this morning for our regular service!!!!

HAT - Helping Around Town Sunday morning feeding at 10AM for the homeless in need of a hot meal.

Come on out us for a blessing this morning!!!!

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[07/10/21]   For those who have to work tomorrow or are unable to make regular Sunday morning service at Chrome Cross biker Church, don't forget we have the 6PM Saturday evening service tonight which will be also available right here on our FaceBook page.

Also, HAT - Helping Around Town will be still be serving food to those homeless in need before that service at 5PM.

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Walking the right path!

In the 21st century the pressures of work, marriage, and parenting are mind-blowing.

Where can men get the answers to lead, manage, even survive it all? In the Bible.

Come join us at Men’s Biker Bible Study for an encouraging word and spur each other on to trust and obey in our daily walk. Every week, men young and old come together to study the Bible, learn from one another, and be challenged and encouraged to live for something larger than themselves. We desire to equip and build up the men, husbands, and fathers of faith through a Bible study that offers offers straight talk and biblical truth built on the foundation of Jesus Christ.

The goal of Men’s Biker Bible Study is:
◾ Learn how God uses imperfect people to carry out His plan
◾To assist Christian men to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ
◾To equip men for spiritual service in the home, church, workplace, and the community
◾Lead others by sharing those truths in a way that transforms lives.

“Iron sharpeneth iron; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend.”

-Proverbs 27:17 (KJV)

Men’s Biker Bible Study is hosted by Pastor Gary Tigue at First General Baptist Irving in Irving, Texas. It caters to bikers and anyone who can identify with jeans, tattoos, and leather. Whether you are a biker, all tattooed up, or just someone who wish to learn more of God’s Word you are welcome. Whatever your past, whatever your present, you will find people who are full of love for you. We meet in a laid-back family friendly setting in God’s presence.

When we say come as you are, we mean come as you are! All bikes, M/Cs, M/Ms, patches and no bikes are welcome.

“And what you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful
men who will be able to teach others also.”

-2 Timothy 2:2 (KJV)

Come and be blessed by joining us for a time of great fellowship, in-depth study, and open discussions!

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Come on out and us for food, fellowship, fun, and most importantly God's Word!!!!!!!!!!
Chainbreak3r live The Pigeon Hole tonight!!!!

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132 W. Irving Blvd.
Irving, TX
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