COVID-19 Update - Week 6


COVID-19 Update - Week 6

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love.

1 John 4:18

Perfect love comes from God. It motivated Him to die for us. Don't let this be an abstract truth, He loves YOU! That perfect love casts out all fear. If God is with you, who can be against you? If God is for you, who can be against you? Be encouraged today by the love of God for you.


We hope you'll join us in this initiative to pray for God's healing over our cities, our country, and our world. If you haven't already, check out the resources at www.unite714.com to get started.


A practical way to help others at this time, is to give blood. More than 2,700 blood drives have been canceled due to the COVID19, resulting in a decrease of more than 86,000 units of blood being donated. BLOOD DONATION IS SAFE and the need is high. Click here to find out where to donate and schedule an appointment to give today!


Relatively new to Union Chapel or looking to get better connected? Check out DISCOVER. In this online gathering, you'll get the chance to meet a few people, learn more about the church, as well as hear where you can volunteer and better connect in a small group! DISCOVER meets via Zoom on Sat, April 18 at 5pm OR Mon, April 20 at 6pm. Tap here to join the Zoom meeting.


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!


Serve is Union Chapel's local mission trip including service projects, worship and biblical teaching for children ages 3-18. SERVE 2020 will be June 22-26. The SERVE deadline has been extended to May 31. Space is limited so register HERE today Email Hughes@unionchapel.com with questions or financial assistance needs.


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?