PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM BISHOP
Tuesday, March 17th, 2020
Dear City Church Members,
Jesus is the answer for the world today!
In response to recent mandates issued by government authorities, we are implementing the following important changes:
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE
Commencing this Sunday, September 13th, we will begin in-person gathering for our full Sunday service at 10am. We are exercising all social distancing and safety guidelines of Covid-19. If you are planning to visit in-person, mask are required and we are asking that you sit with your family while maintaining a 6 feet distance from others. Livestream will still be available for those who choose to stay home. We will ensure that your Sunday experience remains EPIC! For convenience, our livestreaming links are:
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/citychurchno
YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/CityChurchNO
If you don’t currently attend a Belong Group and would like to find a place to go, please visit our website at https://citychurchnola.life to find a group close to you. If you’d like to open your home to host the Sunday experience, please contact Pastor Bryan Trosclair at [email protected] for more information.
WEDNESDAY FAMILY TIME
Commencing tomorrow, Wednesday, March 18th, in the comfort of your own home, we will personally speak a word from Heaven to you and your family during these unprecedented times. Join us at 7pm via the church’s Facebook page (see link above) and be ready with your Bible, notepad, pen and popcorn!
WEDNESDAY MORNING PRAYER
Commencing tomorrow, Wednesday, March 18th, we encourage you to join us at 7am via the church’s Facebook page (see link above) for a powerful time of prayer and intercession for our city, nation and the world.
This challenging time brings us new opportunities to be the Church, Christ’s Body. I believe our relationships with each other will deepen and that God’s presence will invade our personal homes in new and relevant ways. On the other side of this, we will hear impacting testimonies of God’s faithfulness and the Church’s strength.
In this time of physical distancing in order to keep everyone safe from Coronavirus exposure, it is imperative that we draw closer to God and care for each other in creative and unique ways. By God’s grace, we’ll get through this together and come out of it better and stronger!
Owen McManus, Jr.