Online Worship During Coronavirus

Online Worship During Coronavirus

We will be scheduling times to gather together online for services and Bible study during this time of social distancing due to Coronavirus precautions. Our Wednesday and Sunday in-person services are going to be replaced for now with these online options and another option to receive the Sacrament. 
Here is the current schedule (updated 3/23/20):
Sunday – Matins at 9:00 am and Bible Study at 10:00 am 
Monday – Compline at 7:00 pm
Tuesday – Matins at 9:00 am 
Wednesday – Vespers at 7:00 pm
Thursday – Matins at 9:00 am
Friday – no services
Saturday – Compline at 7:00 pm

You may also make an appointment with Pastor Horn to receive the Sacrament at church individually or by family on Sundays between 11:00 am and noon and Wednesdays between 10:30 and noon.  This will keep us in accordance with guidelines for social distancing.  Please email Pastor at if you want to make an appointment or need to arrange another time. 

These services will be conducted through Zoom, which is similar to a Skype program.  You do not need a Zoom account to attend the service. 

You may virtually attend the services in one of two ways. 

  • If you have a computer or cell phone, you can click on the link
  • If you are using a cell phone to view the service, download the Zoom app (called Zoom Cloud Meetings) on the Apple store or the Google Play store. 
  •  If you do not have a computer, you can dial in with a phone.  You will have to enter the meeting ID:   +1 669 900 6833 Meeting ID: 131 964 978
  • It is best to try to connect to the meeting a few minutes before it starts the first time.  Email Heather at with any questions or concerns. 

You will need a hymnal at home, or here are pdfs of the service outlines and hymns we will be using:

We do plan to continue services online regularly until all of this is over and we can come back together again, so if you would like to purchase a hymnal for home, please see:

You are not alone during this time. God is with us, and He will hear our prayers. God bless you.

For devotions at home:

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