During a time where personal contact and face-to-face interactions are being discouraged, how can we as followers of Jesus continue to display love for our neighbors and pave the way for gospel conversations? Here are a few ideas to help our members continue to prioritize making disciples of Jesus for the glory of God.

Love Your Neighbor

Please take all the appropriate precautions as you seek to serve others. It may be helpful to utilize neighborhood Facebook pages, the Nextdoor App, or other social media connections to make yourself available to serve.

  • Offer to help out with yard work
  • Pay to have a meal delivered
  • Here is a simple form to let your neighbors, friends, or coworkers know that you are there for them. Pray the Lord will use you to be a blessing to your community. Download a printable format of the Love Your Neighbor form. Print the form, cut the page in 1/2. Place one on a neighbor’s doorstep with a personal note on the back.



Copy and paste these links into social media, text messages, or email to share with your friends, neighbors, and network of other relationships. These will also be posted to our church’s social media accounts. You can share these resources from there as well.

  • The Story – A visual walk through the story of the Bible sharing the message of hope found in Jesus
  • What Is Christianity? – Who is Jesus? Why did He come? What does it mean for you?
  • Tough Questions – a series of short videos that answer some of the biggest questions people have about Christianity
  • If You Could Ask God One Question – simple answers to the 12 most frequently-asked questions about God. (free ebook from The Good Book Company)


  • YOU, ME & the BIBLE – Discuss discover the central message of the Bible through key elements of the Gospel.
  • LIFE EXPLOREDFor those looking for answers to the big questions of life. Help people think about what they’re really living for, and see how, in Jesus, God meets the deepest desires for happiness.
  • CHRISTIANITY EXPLOREDSurvey the Gospel of Mark to find out more about who Jesus is and why His life death and resurrection mean for us

If you have any questions about these resources, or how to utilize them, please contact one of the pastors. Of course, please respect all government recommendations and public health policies and during this time.