People who like going to worship services and participating in a prayer group have felt a bit lost since the 2020 pandemic has forced churches to close their doors. Fortunately, they have the option of watching worship services and participating in prayer groups through the Internet. They feel appreciative of discovering a welcoming Christian church in Jacksonville providing a variety of digital communication.
When Churches Are Closed
Many churches throughout the nation are still not holding worship services or any other in-person gatherings. Not all of them are equipped to hold worship services online. Most states have started reopening or have allowed all organizations to reopen, but many organizations are staying closed for safety reasons. A Christian church in Jacksonville providing online activities is valued by people of faith during turbulent times.
Slow and Safe Reopening
Eventually, all churches will have in-person services again. They may begin slowly and require social distancing. That may involve some members of the congregation needing to sit outside in lawn chairs, but it’s a start. A nondenominational church welcomes everyone who wants to attend in person as well as participate through the Internet.
Offering Encouragement and Leadership
Christian churches can offer encouragement and leadership during the turmoil taking place in the nation. Even when they must mainly reach out to everyone through computers and smartphones, support is greatly needed.
Southpoint Community Church provides information on the organization and the opportunity to get involved at the website www.southpointcc.com.