We’re back in the building, but…

Online worship is still an option

After two years of pandemic closures, we are joyous and grateful to be back in the building to worship together on Sunday. But two years of “virtual” church during the pandemic have taught us the power of hybrid services. Some amazing things happened when we joined the Zoom world. Church members who moved out of the area have been able to reconnect. People who were traveling could still “be” at church. People with health and mobility issues, those who no longer drive and people who are sick can still be an important part of our church family. In short, we have discovered offering worship online is worth continuing.

When you’re not able to join us in person, you can attend church “virtually,” via Zoom or Facebook Live. We offer our Sunday church service at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday Bible Study at 10:30 a.m., and Wednesday Midweek Prayer, a half-hour service, at 1 p.m. Book Group will try a hybrid-person and online meeting, starting in September.

 If you have internet access from a computer, a tablet or a smartphone, you will be able to see and hear the services via Zoom. If you have a dial-up phone, you will only hear the audio. To gain access to Zoom, please contact our church office at office@covenantgresham.org. You may join and watch “live” or use Facebook link on the right, to watch at a later date. Find us @covenantgresham.

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