Two Great Options for Weekend Worship
In-Person or Online Every Sunday at 10:30 AM
We are again offering the option to gather on-campus on Sundays. Of course, if you do not feel comfortable yet, you can continue to worship online. For those who will worship with us in-person on Sundays, in addition to the environmental prevention practices we are using to make Sunday gatherings in the auditorium as safe as possible, here are the personal prevention practices recommended by the CDC that you can use to stay healthy and help others feel confident in attending:
•Please stay home and monitor your health if you feel sick or you have had close contact in the past 14 days with someone having symptoms of COVID-19.
•Please wash your hands frequently and resist the urge to give handshakes or hugs. Instead, say hello or wave.
•Please respect social distancing. Every other row is blocked out, and we encourage you to leave three empty seats between your family and those next to you.
•Masks are encouraged.
•Parents, because nursery and children’s ministry will not be available at first, kids’ content will be made available online as the message starts. So please bring earbuds or headphones for your kids to use with your phone or tablet as they sit with you.
Whether you join us for worship in the auditorium or online, we hope to see you this Sunday at 10:30 AM!
“Worth It” Sunday Series
We are continuing our study of Ephesians with a new series called, Worth it. In chapters 1-3 we discovered our true identity in Christ—that we have divine worth. Jesus’ death on the cross said we are worth it. Now, in chapters 4-6, we will learn how to live out this identity; how to “live a life worthy of the calling you have received” (4:1). Laying our lives down for Christ every day says that He is worth it.
“Uncommon Sense” Online Conversation
Wednesdays at 7:00 pm on Facebook Live
Wisdom seems to be in short supply these days. Maybe we dropped wisdom while reaching out to grab the information rushing past us 24/7. Or maybe it was knocked out of our grasp by the opinions being hurled at us from every direction. But without wisdom we cannot live well. In fact, a lack of wisdom could cost us everything.
Regular Sunday Service Time: 10:30 am
Be our guest and discover firsthand why so many in northeast Atlanta look forward to Sunday at Evangel! Our Sunday service is at 10:30 am with excellent nursery care and fun children’s ministries.