Yes, we had freezing drizzle all last night. Yes, there is a nice, thin yet slick layer of ice on the ground. Yes, we are supposed to get more all day. Yes, we live in Oklahoma, where the ice removal sort of doesn't have that "removal" thing down.
But no, we are not canceling Church. You see, I have a parsonage. I live next door. I can walk to Church - and I will be there. Now, will you? Well, use your sanctified common sense. If you are frail and will fall - stay at home. If you must drive great distances, perhaps you should remain at home (that's why our organist, who lives 45 miles away, isn't going to make it). But if you can - I will be here.
Why would we ever think about "canceling" Church? If the building burns down (Lord forbid) on a Saturday night, I will be preaching in the parking lot on Sunday, even if it is winter. The Word of God is to be proclaimed, come sleet or snow, come hail or thunder, come mono or plague -- as long as I can haul my carcass over there, there will be service.