After designating a National Emergency in response to the coronavirus, President Trump called for today to be a National Day of Prayer.
Stating, "Now is the time for Christians to be strong and courageous, knowing that Almighty God is with us," Franklin Graham posted on his Facebook page this message:
Tomorrow I have called for a National Day of Prayer. I will be tuning in to Pastor @Jentezen at the @FreeChapel Church in Gainesville, Georgia at 11:00 AM EDT. God Bless the USA! https://t.co/mWYWOGJ1ye &mdash">https://t.co/EWcHzEjFLH— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 14, 2020
Opportunities to Worship & Pray
Below, we have listed several community churches. Some are meeting in person. Some have decided to meet only online. It’s a strange and unprecedented time, but it is also an opportunity to hear new messages.
Note: If there are other churches that would like to be added to this list, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org We need your website URL, your Facebook page if you have one, a list of your services and a link to an online stream if your church provides that. Thank you!
Sundays @ 8:30 & 10:30 AM
Wednesdays @ 6:30 PM
Coronavirus Statement: After researching the latest health department updates and news stories, there’s no need to change plans. We will have regular Sunday services as scheduled. Just be diligent to follow the guidelines provided!
Sunday Service Times:
Coronavirus Statement: Stay updated with Cornerstone Church’s plans.
-Our team has been praying, talking, researching, and exploring options over the last 48 hours. We’ve consulted the best available information from the Centers for Disease Control and the Arizona Department of Health. We’ve talked to church leaders in our area as well as consulted with church leaders across the country.
-Based upon the information we’ve received and after much prayer, we’ve decided to cancel in-person gatherings for the next two Sundays.
-On March 15 and March 22, you are invited to stream our worship experiences at prescottcornerstone.com/live.
-This decision was made based upon our desire to participate in “flattening the curve” (click the link to learn more) as CDC leaders and medical experts have encouraged. Our decision was also made based upon our concern for those in our church and community who are most vulnerable to this virus based upon their age and pre-existing health conditions.
Sunday Service Times:
Coronavirus Statement: We are not canceling Sunday services, but we are moving our services exclusively to our online church experience.
This Sunday, all our gatherings are taking place ONLY at our online campus because government health experts say large public gatherings contribute to the spread COVID-19. For this reason, our physical campus will be closed for kids, youth, and adults. Click here to join our online church experience from your computer, smartphone, or tablet.
For some, this may seem like a surprising decision. However, our heart is to love our church family well. We have looked to God’s Word, wise counsel, and government health experts for wisdom and information. Knowing that a significant population of our church family falls within the most vulnerable demographic for COVID-19, we are taking the proactive step to move all our gatherings this weekend online as a way to express care and concern for those whose age or health status puts them at an elevated risk.
Prescott Christian Church
Church Service Times:
Sunday Morning at 9 AM, 10:30 AM and 12:30 PM
Coronavirus Statement: “...we will continue to hold services on our campus and at our current times of 9am, 10:30am and 12:30pm. Currently there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Yavapai County, and there are only 9 in the state of Arizona.”
Prescott Life Church
Services continue as normal
Sunday Morning Service @ 10 AM
Solid Rock Christian Fellowship
Sunday Service Times
Combined Service @ 10:30 AM
Check out their Facebook page for the Livestream
Coronavirus Statement: We will continue to gather with the church family on Sundays. This is one way you can love the church family. If you are symptom free (which is likely everyone), then we would welcome you to join us as we worship our God together. If you are uncertain about joining us in person, please tune into our Facebook Live at 8:45. There are some very simple things we can all do to love and care for each other at this time.
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
Normal service times (but they are closed for two weeks, see below)
Wednesday 10 AM Holy Eucharist
Saturday 5:30 PM Holy Eucharist, Rite II
Sunday 8 AM, Holy Eucharist, Rite II
1st Sunday of the month, 9:15 AM, Kid’s Eucharist
Sunday, 10 AM, Holy Eucharist with Choir, Rite II
Thursday, 9 AM, Celtic Morning Prayer
2nd and 4th Friday of the month, 9 AM Centering Prayer
Coronavirus Statement: In order to protect all of us and the community, after consulting with the Vestry, it is with a broken heart, but believing it’s the best for us at this time, that I have decided to shut down St Luke’s for two weeks beginning this afternoon. That might look like an extreme and unnecessary decision, but I prefer for us to be safe than sorry.
Deacon Kimball is the preacher for this weekend; we will publish her sermon on the website.
The Potter’s House
No livestream video
Sunday School for all ages: 9:30 AM
Morning Worship, Sunday 10:30 AM
Evening Worship, Sunday 6:30 PM
United Methodist Church
Sunday @ 9 & 10:30 AM (Traditional Worship Service)
11:30 AM (Contemporary)
9 AM PUMC Kids & Youth Worship.
Sunday @ 9 AM
Saturday @ 5 PM
Coronavirus Statement: HI friends, we are not canceling church this weekend. However, we are encouraging caution. If you don't feel well, are feeling vulnerable, or immune compromised we encourage you to stay home and watch the service via facebook live on this page. (Both Saturday at 5 and Sunday at 9)
Willow Hills Baptist Church
Livestream link: https://www.willowhills.com/live-stream-video.html @ 11:20
Sunday Service Times