COVID-19 and Living hope: What you need to know

March 31

In an effort to protect our staff and church familywe have closed church offices completely – effective immediately - until healthcare and government officials indicate it is reasonably safe to return. 

Here’s what you need to know: 

  • Our office doors will be locked throughout the week to all staff and visitors. 

  • Our ministerial staff will continue to care for our church family by any means available during this time. 

  • Our crisis phone line (270.779.1960) will remain open. If you experience an emergency or begin to struggle with feelings of isolation, loneliness, and/or depression, please call us immediately and a minister on call will help you in any way possible. 

  • If you need to contact someone on staff, please reach out to them electronically (phone, email, Zoom, etc.) 

  • For general questions and concerns, email or call our main office at 270.843.9462An automated system will allow you to select the appropriate staff member by directory, or you can leave a general voicemail and we will return your call as soon as possible. 

  • We will continue to gather online ONLY for our Sunday morning service at 8, 9:30, and 11a. Go to our This Sunday page, watch on our Facebook page, or on our mobile app.

  • Staff will not be in the office to attend to mail. Online giving remains the preferred method during this time. If you have not signed up for online giving yet, click here. 

We miss our church family dearly, and we cannot wait to gather in person with everyone again very soon. We understand our continued ministry is critical in these times of fear and chaos, and we will do everything we can to comfort and protect our congregation and the community to the best of our ability within the current socially-responsible parameters. Pray for us as we continue to pray for you, and do not hesitate to reach out to us if you need anything.  

Help neighbors in need

Despite the challenges we face during this pandemic, we still want to impact our homes, neighbors, and every generation with the hope of Jesus. To help you out, we've created some self-isolation cards for you to share with your neighbors. These will help you identify people that are struggling and need a helping hand. Simply click here, print & cut, and fill them out. Then as you go out for a walk in your neighborhood, leave them on doorsteps and porches throughout your neighborhood. Parents, this is a great "recess" for your little homeschoolers on a sunny day out. Encourage them to prayer walk with you and share a little love while you're out.

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Tune in each Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday for the latest ministerial updates and churchwide information during this time.