We are continuing to pray as we embrace these uncertain days together as a church family. As followers of Jesus, we are not to fear because Jesus has overcome the world (John 16:33). We are also to love our neighbors as ourselves (Mark 12:31). We believe these are both possible in the wake of the current national crisis brought by COVID-19.
For now, we are providing a Worship At Home experience for individuals and families to continue to engage in a lifestyle of worship and prayer. We also will provide additional ways to remain connected with others in Gospel-centered community. Access to the weekend service and other online opportunities are available HERE
We also encourage you to keep saying “yes” as the Holy Spirit prompts you to meet the needs of the people in your world. This season of uncertainty is a great time to still be people of hope, involved in meeting the needs of people in tangible ways.
“He will cover you with His pinions, and under His wings you will find refuge; His faithfulness is a shield and buckler. You will not fear the terror of the night, nor the arrow that flies by day.” Psalm 91: 4-5
“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened and do not be dismayed, for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go.” Joshua 1:9
Heavenly Father, please protect us from the fear and isolation that the enemy would try to bring during these ever-changing days. Cover us with your peace, presence and protection. Make us bold and courageous in our faith as we look to be your hands and feet to our neighbors during this time. Please give us eyes to see what you are doing and give us the strength to join you in your work. In Jesus’s name we pray, Amen.
If you are in need during this time, please let us know. We would like to find a way to get you what you need. Especially if you are at high risk of contracting this disease, allow us to get your groceries or medicines for you or whatever else you are needing so that you may remain healthy and limit interaction with places that could put you at greater risk.
Contact our Local Impact Coordinator, Rick Robertson, to let him know how we can help.
We know many are asking, how can I help in this crisis? If you are willing and able to help meet the needs of those more vulnerable at this time by running errands or assisting in whatever way is needed, we can match you up with someone who has expressed a need at this time.
Contact our Local Impact Coordinator, Rick Robertson, to let him know you are available.
As we are in this time of limiting large gatherings at the church, we want to continue to meet your spiritual needs. If you are in need of prayer or care ministry of any kind, we want to do all we can to assist you in receiving it.
Contact our Prayer Pastor, Danny Matthews, and he will connect you with prayer ministers/teams.