COVID-19 Update - Week 5


COVID-19 Update - Week 5

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

The Christian faith encourages us not to worry, don't be afraid, don't panic. God is with us, and He promises to never leave us or forsake us. Be encouraged today!


Be invitational, and let's invite people to experience the hope of Jesus this Easter. We will be streaming our services all day on Sunday at 10am, 11:30am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, and 7pm. Tune in live on our Facebook and YouTube pages.


This Friday, Good Friday, you and your family are invited to take part in an interactive online experience that invites you to consider the events leading up to Easter. You will have the chance to pause, reflect and pray in the comfort of your  own home. Premiering at 10am, on Friday, April 10, you may also choose to take communion during the experience. Simply prepare by having some grape juice and a bread-like item (a cracker, a roll or a piece of bread) on hand to participate. Visit our Events page on Friday to join us!


Join believers across the world, praying the same prayer, 2 Chronicles 7:14 at 7:14 each morning and night. With one heart, one voice, and one prayer we lift up this prayer to see COVID-19 halted, lives healed, hardships mitigated, people come to Christ, and an outpouring of God’s Spirit. For more information, visit unite714.com.


A number of women from our church have taken it upon themselves to sew medical face masks. Over 1,000 have been distributed to local hospitals. What a great example of creative initiative on display! What can you do to help?


Bob and Stacy Ball continue to faithfully minister in this great time of need by serving meals Monday-Saturday. In the first 17 days it's estimated that they've served 4,300 meals. We are so proud of them and will continue to support their efforts.


Refuel with Midweek Worship, LIVE on Instagram or Facebook. Visit Union Chapel's social media pages on Instagram or Facebook on Wednesdays at 4pm. Looking forward to this time of worship and prayer!


Interested in giving your tithe and offering electronically? Check out this tutorial for online giving. Electronic giving is safe, secure and cost efficient! The "Bank Account" payment option, functions like a paper check and is half of the cost of a stamp. Thank you for your faithful giving!


What time will we gather in person?
What time will the doors open before service?
What time will the online services be available?
Do I need a reservation to attend a service on campus?
How do I prepare for electronic check in on campus?
How will seating be handled in the Worship Center?
Should I wear a face mask?
Will there be singing during service?
What happens if maximum capacity is reached in the Worship Center?
Will kids ministries meet?
Should those in the “at-risk” category attend?
What will dismissal look like following service?
What if I need to talk with a Pastor?
Will the coffee shop be open?
What cleaning and sanitizing will be done?
What about those who are sick or have symptoms?
What if I’m not ready to return to in-person gatherings?
What will the greeting time look like during services?