Friday, June 12, 2020


During this apocalypse, our times of hoops have been suspended. I hope you are finding alternative solutions to keeping active and in shape. I can attest that it seems to mean extra work if you are accustomed to convenient outlets.

I have had questions of our reopening. At this point, limits to our services remain in effect. I am still uncertain as to when things will be available. Our gym has been used for our Jerusalem Ministry this past season. At some point, resources will be moved out of that space.

I have cleared the calendar for a few weeks going forward and will continue to clear it for accuracy until time to resume.

Sunday, March 15, 2020

Honoring the Avoidance

In some weird times in our lives right now, many things have been cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The WP cancelled services on March 15 to honor the request from our leaders to avoid meeting in efforts to slow/prevent the spreading.

In keeping with that policy, all events at the WP have been cancelled this week. The leaders are asking to not hold any meetings or events for this week. We will not have hoops this week, including Friday.

Stay healthy, wash your hands, and brush your teeth.

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Health and Hoops

As scheduled, the gym will be open tomorrow for hoops. I know that all college and professional basketball events have been cancelled in response to COVID-19, and as of now we have not chosen to follow suit.

That said, if you are cautious about things, do not feel pressure to show up in the morning. I personally will not hold it against anyone if the numbers don't show. It's completely understandable.

Also, if you have any form of sickness or think that you might be coming down with something, I encourage to you view it from the perspective of someone else with symptoms real or suspected bringing it to a healthy you, and then act accordingly. That is, consider how you would want someone to showing up to a sweating event with a virus to help decide if you should make the effort. Be wise; be considerate. (This prinicple should always be your guide, pandemic or not.)

I will see you in the morning.