ALL in-person gatherings are suspended this week and next week.
 
As the new directive is to avoid gatherings of 10 or more people, all in-person gatherings at ECNaz have been cancelled for the remainder of March. It is with love and responsibility that we do our part to slow the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) before hospitals become overwhelmed.
The President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America covers a period of 15 days to slow the spread.

Upon its conclusion, we will review new information to determine our next step.

 
We strongly encourage you to worship with us online Sunday Morning.
Worship service will be streamed on Facebook Live beginning at 10:30am.
 
 
Click the button below too:
  • Participate in Sunday Worship online using a computer or smartphone
  • Give tithes and offerings by computer, text, or smartphone app

A Technology Guide has been developed to walk you through each step!

 
 
 
What can you do?

• If you don’t feel well, stay home and do not attend worship or other church activities until
symptom-free and fever-free for at least 24 hours.
• If you have high-risk health conditions, use discretion in attending worship services/gatherings.
Please follow CDC guidelines.
• As always, you are welcome and invited to join us for worship online on our Facebook
page and you can continue to give by clicking the “donations” button on our website: https://
www.ecnaz.org/donations

How can we pray?

• Pray for wisdom for government leaders, the CDC, researchers, other medical personnel,
leaders in churches, and other strategic places to respond wisely and appropriately.
• Pray for the protection of doctors, nurses, response teams, emergency first responders,
researchers and other medical professionals who risk their lives to protect ours.
• Pray for comfort and healing for those stricken with this virus.
• Pray for the protection and safety of those considered “at-heightened-risk.”
• Pray for peace, calmness, freedom from fear, anxiety, and panic among individuals and
communities.

How can we respond?

Take a moment and look around you. Who are the people in your life that may need a little extra
help? Offer to run errands for those who have high-risk health concerns or send a note of
encouragement. Our tendency is to go into a self-protective mode; however, we have an opportunity
to show others they are not alone. How the church loves well is important. Challenge yourself to
encourage someone today. Sometimes, the most powerful thing we can do is reach out and let
someone know we care. Through it all, pray and ask the Lord to point us back to His truth in all we
say and do.