Pastor Bill Welzien reports that the work of Keys Presbyterian Church (KPC) continues despite the challenges posed by the Covid-19 Virus. KPC is blessed never to have missed gathering for worship. What the session proposed and implemented was splitting the congregation into two groups. One group was appointed to attend the morning service and the other to attend the evening service. The services were mirror images. The only difference was that the evening service was live on Facebook for those who chose to sequester. This worked very well. It meant that the celebration of the Lord’s Supper was never missed. As time went on and the threat seemed less threatening more and more of the saints began to attend both services. The Tuesday prayer meeting and Bible study also never skipped a beat. Pastor Welzien shares that the open-air preaching was halted as the County closed the one road into the Keys and the public places closed. These restrictions are now rescinded, and the County is beginning to reopen. Please pray for the Congregational Meeting this Sunday, June 14. A search committee for Pastor Welzien’s successor will be assembled. Pray that God’s choice to carry on the work in Key West would be made clear!