There are many opportunities to serve our community during this season. You can donate groceries to help feed children and families in our area. You can assemble food bags. Click here sign up and for more information.
- Use wisdom and stay home if you are sick. Do not attend worship or other activities in the community until symptom-free and fever-free for at least 72 hours.
- If you have high-risk health conditions, use discretion in attending worship services/public gatherings.
- Looking for volunteering opportunities? Click here for our latest volunteering opportunities.
- Regard safety and travel advisories issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which can be found here.
We recommend that you find information regarding Coronavirus from the CDC and WHO - Links are below to their sites.
Here are some additional articles that help to shed light on this situation:
We do not serve a God of fear, but a God of hope and of victory. When the things going on around us seem uncertain, we know that there is one thing that is certain—that God is on his throne. That being said, join us in praying:
- For our community and those who are most impacted by this disease.
- For our medical professionals who are tired, stretched thin, and in need of encouragement.
- For our community leaders as they make decisions regarding how to lead during this season.
- For the gospel to be advanced through divine appointments to share God's love and hope with those around us.
As a church, lets be a beacon of hope in a hurting world.
Continually check back as we seek to keep this page as up to date as possible regarding how Coronavirus is impacting our community and church.
Updated 3.25.2020 at 3:30 p.m.