Ministering in a Pandemic CultureDewayne Moree2020-05-14T13:44:40-04:00
As the world navigates through the complexities of dealing with the coronavirus issue, please be aware that the Church of God takes very seriously the health of all our ministers, employees, and church attenders. It is our plan to assure that every possible consideration and precaution is taken. This page, provided by Church of God of Eastern North Carolina, contains information and links to resources that can help your church and church related events navigate the proper procedures to maintain safe environments as we move forward to “In House Gatherings.”
You are called, gifted, anointed, and there is too much invested in you, and you have invested too much to quit.
SCOTT NEAL, FOREST PARK CHURCH
If our only community connection is a gathering in a building on Sunday morning, we have missed the example of the early church.
BRIAN WIBLE, KENLY CHURCH OF GOD
There has never been a time where communication is more important!
MATTHEW CORNETT, PRINCETON CHURCH OF GOD
If you want to reach the people of your community, you must be willing to do what you’ve not been doing.
ANTHONY BRASWELL, NORTHPARK CHURCH
Encourage people to give towards vision, and not just keeping the church afloat.
DANNY JOHNSON, GOLDSBORO WORSHIP CENTER
Crisis does not have to result in confusion, but a greater unity as we serve each other effectively.
CLINT CLAYPOOLE, CARY CHURCH OF GOD
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BISHOP L. DENNIS PAGE
CARE OF THE PASTOR
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RECOMMENDED CHURCH STAGES
BISHOP DENNIS PAGE
Phase 1 Update (May 8, 2020)
The North Carolina Governor, Roy Cooper, announced that COVID-19 Phase One Order starts on Friday, May 8 at 5pm. This is a modified “Stay At Home” mandate. Governor Copper stated:
The patterns that are forming and that will be carried out in church involvement now certainly are fluid and will vary significantly from place to place. An important question now is: “Where do you live?” Each state has its own set of guidelines and…
Effective 5pm today, North Carolina will be entering Phase 1 of Governor Roy Cooper’s three-phased approach to lifting the statewide Stay at Home Order. Although the Stay at Home Order that began March 30th remains in place (it will not be “lifted” until Phase 2), Phase 1 significantly alters the Stay at Home Order by, among other things, expanding the number of businesses allowed to be open.