Posted by on March 17, 2020

Church Family,

11th Street Baptist Church will be moving all of our services to a digital format as of March 17, 2020, in response to the Coronavirus outbreak.

The government has restricted social gatherings now to 10 people and the surgeon general has even gone as far as to suggest that parents should not get together for “play dates.” These restrictions will certainly get stricter as we approach the peak of this virus. Let’s pray that the peak is sooner rather than later. Therefore, the church leadership has decided to move church services to the digital format. Here is the information you need to know:

  • Sunday morning service will be prerecorded and available on Friday nights. You will be notified about how to watch this service through email and our social media platforms. A link to the service will also be provided on our church website and under the tab “service times.”
  • Sunday night Bible study will continue in a digital format. We begin our study on spiritual formation – how to grow as a Christian – this Sunday night at 6 pm. Click here to join the session. This session will be housed through Zoom software. This software is free and safe to download from the internet. Simply clicking on the link will begin the downloading process of this software. You’ll need to allow it to download.
  • Wednesday night prayer night will continue digitally. The prayer meeting begins at 6:30 pm on Wednesdays, and it will also be meditated through Zoom. Click here to access the link. The link for the prayer night and Sunday night Bible study is the same.

Although we are not meeting together physically, church has not stopped. The church leaders are still here to care for you in this time, and our services will continue. We look forward to seeing you through Zoom and interacting with you all through phone in the weeks to come.

Please view Service Times and the Watch & Join menu at the top of the website to learn how to participate in our regular activities.

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