WORSHIP DURING PANDEMIC
Please join us for worship in the following ways during this unprecidented time:
8:00am – In-person or Virtual Worship
The sanctuary has been set up to accommodate social distancing and worshippers are asked to wear a mask. Please feel free to join us for in-person worship, We will also continue to live-stream our worship service on our Facebook page and YouTube to enjoy at home. Find the weekly bulletin and announcements below.
10:30am – “Drive-In” Worship
Come to church. Park the parking lot. Stay in your car and listen through your radio (tune to 97.9 FM). Watch, listen and participate from your car. (It’s OK to sing-a-long. No one can hear you while you are in your car).
YOUTUBE– View the services anytime, anywhere!
If you are unable to join us on Sunday, watch any recorded service on our YouTube channel.
CABLE CHANNEL 16 (Baldwin-Lightstream)
Tuesdays – 7:00pm
Wednesdays – 9:00am
Our worship services are a combination of traditional song and scripture and contemporary prayer and music. A children’s sermon is always included in the service of the day as are weekly prayers for those in need. Families with small children are always welcome to sit towards the front of the church, if desired.
Please join us:
Worship every Sunday – 8:00am and 10:30am
(Unless otherwise noted).
If you can’t join us in person, you can find our recorded services on our Facebook page and on the local (Baldwin-Lightstream) public service channel (Ch. 16). The cable channel plays our services on Tuesdays at 7:00pm and Wednesdays at 9:00am.
Sept – May
Sunday School (3 year olds – 9th grade) – 9:15am
Sunday Morning Fellowship/Coffee Hour – 9:15am
(Held in the Fellowship Hall, this is a great time to visit with friends while enjoying a cup of coffee and a treat.
Saturday Morning Bible Study – 9:00am
Those who are baptized and believe in the crucified and risen Lord Jesus Christ are welcome at Holy Communion. Holy Communion is served in a continuous manner (please follow the ushers). Grape juice and gluten-free wafers are available. Children not receiving communion are encouraged to come to the altar for a blessing.