As per the most recent instruction from the Federal Chief Medical Officer, all gatherings, including church services, are to be suspended until further notice; we will continually keep you updated. For those with the facility to livestream the service, please creatively use this facility. For those without the facility, a list of our churches that offer live streaming is available on the Conference’s website. (These presentations will take place without congregations physically present.) Churches are also encouraged to organize virtual prayer meetings.
While church buildings are closed to the public and members, many churches are live streaming their Sabbath morning service using a variety of technologies to continue having a unified Sabbath service in the spirit of worship. If you are looking for a church to connect to, we have compiled a list of all churches offering a Sabbath digital worship experience.
We also encourage you to reach out to others using any mediums available: a phone call to a shut-in or elderly person, a video call to another member to have worship, a Zoom session with the local youth to discuss the Sabbath School lesson, even a Facebook message to a co-worker or friend with an uplifting quote for inspiration during this distressing time.