As you are well aware, the Coronavirus (known as COVID-19) crisis has been developing rapidly. Responses have been developing just as quickly.
Mo-Ranch intended to continue to be a safe haven and “thin space” for our guests during these trying times, but new recommendations from the White House and CDC regarding the size of gatherings (10 people or less) have made it impossible to continue hosting our guests on the ranch.
Across the country, states, cities, and municipalities—including the city of Kerrville—are heeding the federal government’s guidelines. We are heartbroken to announce that Mo-Ranch will be closed to the public until further notice. All Easter activities, including the sunrise worship service and lunch buffet, are cancelled as well.
Once Mo is reopened to the public and our staff, we will resume normal business operations and will be in touch with individuals or groups at that time. Please know if you submit an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, a response will be returned as soon as feasible.
We know that our faith and trust in God will get us through this, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused to our upcoming guests. We are continually keeping each and every one of our guests, volunteers and staff in our prayers.
We will continue to monitor the situation on a national and local level, and will evaluate on a week-to-week basis our need to remain closed.
For further questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Peace and Blessings,
CEO and president