Jesus' command from Holy Thursday: "This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you."
How will you live out that command today?
30 Days of Prayer
Each day in April, we will be praying for a group affected by COVID-19.
Take a moment today to Stop and Pray for First Responders.
Pray for Fire, EMT, Police, Dispatch and ER workers
Pray for their safety.
Pray for their encouragement.
Pray for a supernatural extension of resources.
Pray for their rest.
Pray for their families.
Pray for their peace.
This page was last updated: April 10th, 2020 at 7:24am.
Worship and Sunday School
There will be NO in-person worship services or Sunday school classes.
Until further notice, worship services will only be held via YouTube live stream at 9:00am and 11:00am.
To watch services, simply click the video to the left!
We invite you to reach out to your Sunday school leader to determine how you might continue to study and grow without physically gathering.
Click HERE to view our Good Friday Service.
Click HERE to view our 9am Easter Sunday Service.
Click HERE for helpful information regarding online attendance registration, online giving, and worship live stream.
Click HERE to view and download the bulletins and lyrics/response sheets for Good Friday and Easter Sunday.
Click HERE to listen to audio recordings of recent sermons.
Click HERE to view full videos of our most recent services.
All small groups are temporarily suspended. This includes all youth programs, on-campus Bible studies, on-going mission projects, choir, or band practice. Please reach out to your small group leader for more detailed information.
My Friend's House Child Development Center
My Friends House will close beginning Friday, March 20 and will remain closed through April 30th.
If you have a prayer request, click HERE to send it to our Prayer Coordinator, Carol Fullerton. Once it is received, it will be sent out to the Pastor as well as our prayer team.
Our pastor is available to talk by phone or email. If you need to speak with her, please click HERE to email or call the Pastor's Emergency Phone at 512-539-9935.
Best Practices During This Time
While things can feel uncertain, know that God is in control. Pandemic Viruses increase in numbers before peaking and then going back down. Our goal is to keep everyone safe until the number of cases peaks and then begin to decline. Until then, as Christians and citizens here are a few things we can do:
-Follow Credible News Sources. An individual’s social media page may not be as credible as going to the sources directly (Like the NIH, World Health Organization, Etc.)
-Stay home if you or someone in your home is sick.
-Wash your hands often, use hand sanitizer.
-Rather than shake hands, fist bump or bump elbows.
-Pray. Pray for each other, our city, health care professionals, and those who are sick or at risk.
-Praise. Thank God for the provisions that are already put in place.
How can we be different than those who are fearful?
-Shine your light. Yes, make preparations, but be calm in doing so. Then when people comment and say “Why are you not worried.” You can respond and tell them about your faith in Jesus.
-Teach a friend how to shop online, or how to access our services online.
-Ask people who may be concerned, how you can pray for them.
-Invite some friends to go through an online bible study with you.
-Set aside time on your schedule to pray and fast for all the people around the world that are affected.
-Send someone a message, article, or song that might be encouraging to them at this time.
-Contact your local school about helping underprivileged children with lunches if school is postponed.