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This is being done to be pro-active, rather than reacting to the present health crisis we are all facing. As we are an older congregation, this decision was made for the health benefit of all concerned. Canceling these services was a very difficult decision for us, but we have been guided by two principles: (1) honoring our governing officials, who have urged extreme caution, and (2) loving our neighbors, many of whom, like the elderly or those with prior medical conditions, are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19.
WATCH AND GIVE ONLINE
Our 10:15 service is live-streamed every Sunday and available to watch throughout the week. Click here to watch.
Additionally, for those desiring to submit your offering, we now have the ability to give by credit card online. Simply go to the church’s website and click “give” or click this link. If you wish to give via check, please mail it to the church office:
Community Church at Tellico Village
130 Chota Center
Loudon, TN 37774
OTHER ACTIVITY UPDATES
Our offices are currently closed as we work remotely. Members can reach us via phone and email, and we will continue to be available for any pastoral care concerns.
All church Bible studies are canceled during this time frame as well. Each team leader will contact members about individual meetings during the week.
We know this is a time full of anxiety and fear. As we look to the days and weeks ahead, would you join us in prayer?
Ask God to stem the tide of this growing pandemic, not only in our communities, but in cities around the world (Isaiah 59:1–2).
Pray that those who are called to address this crisis (particularly medical professionals and those in positions of authority) would be equipped to handle new cases with wisdom and compassion (Romans 13:1–4).
Pray that local churches would lead the way in exhibiting a spirit of trust in God and love for others (Matthew 22:37–39).
Pray for our overseas missionaries, that they would act as God’s ambassadors, continuing to offer the hope of the gospel (Mark 16:15).
As believers, we are called to run toward tragedy and not away from it. Faithful Christians have done this throughout many generations. Let's be faithful in this moment to be the hands and feet of Christ caring for the sick and pointing people to ultimate hope in our Savior.