Letter to the Congregation – 02/10/2022
FROM THE PASTOR
It has come to our attention that some members of the congregation are not receiving church mailings, of if you are, you are receiving them very late. Also, that some or many of the congregation e-mail’s from the church are going into spam folders.
If this is happening, we are very sorry that it is happening. We understand how important communication is, especially during a pandemic. But please understand that the office has not changed how it is mailing or sending e-mails, so we are as confused and concerned as you are right now.
We also understand that if you are not always receiving church communications, then you may not be receiving this communication. So, we are asking that if you are receiving this communication, that you please communicate with other members of the congregation to let them know about the content of this letter.
First and foremost, please contact the pastor or the church office as soon as you believe you are not getting regular communications. The bulletins, for our postal mail recipients, are sent out each Tuesday for the Sunday two weeks out. We believe this allows sufficient time for the bulletin to get to you via the postal service. For our email enabled members, we send out the bulletin for the upcoming Sunday along with the weekly St. Andrew’s Happenings email. If we see any type of pattern, we can address it with either RCN or the Post Office. If you have changed your residence address or your email address, please notify the office as soon as you are able. We have no mechanism for knowing when those changes occur unless you inform us.
If you have computer access, please be reminded that both the Cross and the Bulletins can be found on the Church Website. Check the main page, the library, or the calendar for these communications.
Again, we are deeply sorry you are not receiving church communications, please call us, and be assured we are following up (to the best of our ability) with these issues.