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Church Closed? No Worries, Worship Online

21 March 2020  

Church Services for this Sunday, March 22

As Franklin Graham reminded: 

Opportunities to Worship & Pray

Due to Governor Ducey's order and guidance from the CDC as well as the Arizona Department of Health services, churches across the area are closed temporarily to live gatherings. However, many are offering a live stream or video of their normal services. 

We have provided a list of churches below (listed in alphabetical order) and links to their online services. 

Note: If there are other churches that would like to be added to this list, please contact 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!

All Saints Anglican Church

Online Stream

Sunday @ 10 AM

Coronavirus Statement: In Time of Great Sickness and Mortality.

From the Book of Common Prayer

O MOST mighty and merciful God, in this time of grievous sickness, we flee unto thee for succour. Deliver us, we beseech thee, from our peril; give strength and skill to all those who minister to the sick; prosper the means made use of for their cure; and grant that, perceiving how frail and uncertain our life is, we may apply our hearts unto that heavenly wisdom which leadeth to eternal life; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Calvary Chapel

Online Stream:

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!



Church Online

Sunday Service Times:

9 AM
10:30 AM

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

-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. 

Heights Church

Church Online

Sunday Service Times: 

8:45 AM
10:30 AM
11:59 AM
6 PM

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.

Mission Church

Online Services:

Coronavirus statement: Hi Mission Church Family! 

We are all feeling a little disconnected ... fortunately we do not have to! Technology has given us many ways to keep in contact!  Although we are not meeting physically, we can still keep in contact and share, pray, fellowship as a family.  

These are the immediate ways to connect:

  • Email address that is manned by the Mission Church Communication Team  - ready to assist with prayers request and anything else we can possibly help with … encouragement, resources, deliveries or ?

In order to make sure everyone has this and upcoming information, we need accurate contact information.  Over the next few days we are calling everyone (those we have phone numbers for) to make sure we have updated contact information.   Please know, if you prefer not to be contacted, or have a preference to NOT receive information via either the phone or email option, we note and honor that.


The Mission Church Communication Team

Give thanks to the Lord and proclaim His greatness. Let the whole world know what He has done. 1 Chronicles 16:8NLT

Prescott Christian Church

Online Services:

Sunday Morning at 9 AM, 10:30 AM and 12:30 PM

Coronavirus Statement: “Due to COVID-19 and the recommendation of the Arizona State Governor, we are moving church from our physical location to be online and encouraging our members to gather with their neighbors and friends to join us online Sunday’s at 9:00A, 10:30A & 12:30P; we are calling these gatherings Micro-Sites.”

Prescott First Church of the Nazarene

Online streaming services:

Sunday morning at 10:30

Coronavirus Statement: Dear Brothers and Sisters of Prescott Church of the Nazarene,

Our church board voted Tuesday, March 17 to cancel ALL on campus and off campus activities and services for TWO WEEKS. 

We join with our community: other churches, schools, and businesses in solidarity with the rest of Arizona and these United States of America in following the request of our President, the Center For Disease Control, State, County and Local Government to not gather in groups of more than 10 people for the next 14 days. 

This was not an easy decision for us because as the church we provide something that is desperately needed all the time but even more in times of crisis: the comfort of God’s word, the helpful inspiration of worship, and a loving community. 

We do not do this out of fear but in order to protect the most vulnerable among us considering the needs of others as more important than our own having the same attitude as Jesus Christ. 

Consider Paul’s words in Philippians 2:1 Therefore if you have any encouragement from being united with Christ, if any comfort from his love, if any common sharing in the Spirit, if any tenderness and compassion, 2 then make my joy complete by being like-minded, having the same love, being one in spirit and of one mind. 3 Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves, 4 not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of the others. NIV

While the campus will be closed on Sunday Mornings we will Live Stream Services at at 10:30 AM Sunday Mornings and the recording of the morning services will be available about 2 hours after the service on our website. Podcasts of the sermon are also available on our website.

You can give your tithe and offerings online through the link on our website or mail them to 2110 Willow Creek Rd., Prescott AZ 86301. 

Our offices will continue to be open Monday through Thursday from 8 AM to 4 PM. Please call 948-445-1136 if you have questions or need help. 

Our staff will be leading the church in the coming weeks in reaching out by phone to every member looking for ways we can serve and help you during this crisis. If you need prayer, groceries or help in accessing the online or recorded services let us know and we will find a way to help you with these and other needs. 

Our Church Board will meet again on Tuesday March 31 to evaluate our next steps. The measures we have taken recently to keep us safe when we gather together will be kept in place once we begin meeting again for Worship and Sunday school. 

Join us in praying that our working together with the rest of the community will help stop this virus in its tracks. 

Grace and Peace,
Pastor Ira Brown

Prescott Life Church

Online Stream

Sunday Morning Service @ 10 AM

Coronavirus statement: At this challenging time in our history, our church is complying with federal and state guidelines on social distancing. This is very tough for us since we are a church built on relationship and fellowship. We look forward to resuming normal services as soon as possible.

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. Germaine Catholic Church

Online Stream on their Facebook page

Saturday Mass at 4:30 PM

Tuesday English Rosary @ 6:30 PM

Wednesday Spanish Rosary @ 6:30 PM

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

Online services: The livestream is on the home page. 

Service Times:

Sunday School for all ages: 9:30 AM
Morning Worship, Sunday 10:30 AM
Evening Worship, Sunday 6:30 PM

Coronavirus statement: A Message to Our Church Family,

Governor Doug Ducey announced a ban on gatherings of 50+ people, based on recommendations from the CDC. This is to help stem the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Due to this ban, we will be moving all Church services at The Potter’s House Prescott to ONLINE ONLY. (Adult Bible Class Sundays 9:30am, Sunday Services 10:30am & 6:30pm, Wednesday Service 7:30pm, and Martes en Español 7:30pm).

We are not doing this based on fear or panic, but as a wise and reasonable response to align with governmental guidelines to help stem the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). While we can’t gather together personally, we can continue to worship and hear God’s word together online. Each service will be a regular full service, with singing, worship, praise, offering, preaching and altar call – just as usual. This is to provide you with continuity, and enable you to participate with us as you would in person. You can also invite friends and family to watch with you – knowing that unsaved people will still be challenged with the Gospel, and have an opportunity to respond.

You can join us online  by clicking the Watch Services boxes (in English or Spanish) on the front page of

We ask that you understand that our commitments to outreach, domestic church planting, and international missions church planting will continue. Therefore, we ask you to remain faithful to the Lord in your financial giving. You  can give in the following ways:

SecureGive App:  (Download from App Store or Google Play)


Text:  928-212-2229  

Mail:  The Potter’s House  P.O. Box 2448 Prescott, AZ 86302

We trust this will only be for a few weeks duration, and look forward to gathering as a congregation again.

If you have questions, feel free to send an email to" data-type="mail"> or 928-533-6185.

Believing in God’s Providence,

Pastor Greg Mitchell
The Potter’s House
Prescott, AZ

The Ridge PV

Online Services (Prerecorded)

Coronavirus Statement: Hello Ridge Family,

How are you? Are you getting stir crazy yet? How are you feeling? Have you got outside in the sun at all? I recommend it, it is very helpful.
I hope you are able to rest some and enjoy time with your family, or with yourself. But most importantly time with the Lord. It is great practice for us to be still. I really do believe that the rest of God is found when we rest in God.

We are attaching this link to the sermon we recorded for this weekend. Watch it as part of a Sunday morning time of worship or whenever it is convenient for you.

If you talk with anyone who is not receiving these emails but should be, please let us know. We will add them to our email list.
Also, feel free to share this with anyone that could use the encouragement.

In addition to worship through the preaching of the word, we also worship through singing praises. At this point you will have to provide your own music for praise and worship.

As for worship through giving, you can do that online, mailing a check to the church office or dropping it off through the door or mail slot. We trust the Lord will provide for our financial needs during this time.

And for fellowship, in place of our usual hugs and smiles, we need your help. We can offer one another support through prayers, emails and phone calls so that no one is forgotten.

Love you and can't wait until we are all together again.

Pastor Will

United Methodist Church

Normal Service Times:

Sunday @ 9 & 10:30 AM (Traditional Worship Service)
11:30 AM (Contemporary)
9 AM PUMC Kids & Youth Worship.

Facebook for live stream

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: @ 11:20

Sunday Service Times

9:30 AM
11 AM

Lynne LaMaster

Lynne LaMaster is the Founder of the eNewsAZ Network of websites. She will be leaving for new adventures on May 15, 2020.