Now Streaming Live!

Dear Church Family,

Last weekend we successfully launched 3 of our worship services live on our Facebook page. I want to share with you 2 comments we received. One person wrote, “Hi! I saw the live feed of service last night. That is awesome!!! So nice to know that when I am too sick to make it, I can still see the whole service. Thank y’all so much for doing that!” Another person wrote, “Watched your live broadcast this morning from New Hampshire. All churches in several states canceled services today due to a snowstorm/ blizzard. We miss attending COF…and being snowbirds…God bless all.”

I want to thank you for your sacrificial giving to Community of Faith. Without your generosity, livestreaming wouldn’t even be an option. So, once again, thank you! I truly believe God is going to use our livestreaming option to help our church effectively reach more people. That said, if you’re not able to make it to service this weekend, make sure you “tune in” on our Facebook page. 

This weekend, we’re returning to the message series we started 2 weeks ago called Elephants in the Room. In this series, we’re taking an honest look at issues that, for too long, the Church has been silent on. This weekend’s elephant involves mental health, a topic that truly affects all of us. I look forward to seeing you this weekend as we discuss this elephant together.

By the way, we also have the privilege of welcoming in a new member to our Motley Crew. She’s going to join at our Saturday night service. 

It’s going to be a great weekend. See you soon. 


p.s., Please keep the community of Sebring, FL in your prayers in the wake of yet another horrific shooting. One of my clergy colleagues, who serves a church in the Orlando area, shared on her Facebook page that one of the victims served as her Sunday school teacher growing up. Of course, this shooting also hits close to home for us in Florida given the tragedies that took place not too long ago at Pulse Nightclub and Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School. As Scripture reminds us, we “mourn with those who mourn” (Romans 12:15), and we pray for God to rain down his peace.