The COVID-19 pandemic has changed daily life for almost everyone. The new social distancing rules have curtailed our freedom of movement and choice. These changes are having profound effects on us, that we are all trying to understand together. The church is no different. The necessary social distancing means that we cannot meet in person, neither for Sunday service nor in small groups and other fellowships. As a result, we are hosting a number of new ministries. Our prayer is that these ministries will respond to some of the most acute needs of our community.
Due to the need to physically isolate to prevent further spread of the virus, many may feel as though they are stuck at home, lonely, and socially isolated. If you would appreciate having someone connect with you by phone, please let us know and we will arrange for someone to call and check in.
We are aware that many people may not be able to leave their homes to get the supplies they need. This may be due to the inability to use transit, or drive a car, or need to quarantine. If you need assistance arranging delivery of groceries, supplies, and/or medications, please contact us and we will arrange for someone (a volunteer) to coordinate deliveries/assistance.
Our prayer team is ready to pray for you. All prayer requests will remain confidential.
An interactive morning devotional time of scripture reading and prayer led by one of our pastors on Zoom video chat at 10 AM Tuesdays & Thursdays.
If you would like to help out in making Caring Calls or Caring Deliveries: