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Mar

29

Morning Service Live Stream
Monadnock Bible Baptist Church
Sunday, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Topic: MBBC Morning Worship Live Stream


Please click the link below to join the webinar:


https://zoom.us/j/603308671


Apr

1

Mid-Week Prayer Service Via Zoom
Monadnock Bible Baptist Church
Wednesday, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Mid-Week Prayer via Zoom https://zoom.us/j/926603869

Apr

5

Morning Service Live Stream
Monadnock Bible Baptist Church
Sunday, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Topic: MBBC Morning Worship Live Stream


Please click the link below to join the webinar:


https://zoom.us/j/603308671


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Weekly Service Times
Sunday School
9:30 am Sunday 9:30 am Sunday
Worship Service
10:45 am Sunday 10:45 am Sunday
Truth Seeker's Clubs
6:30 pm Wednesday 6:30 pm Wednesday
Youth Group
6:30 pm Wednesday 6:30 pm Wednesday
Adult Prayer Meeting
6:30 pm Wednesday 6:30 pm Wednesday

Sunday Worship Service Live Stream 10:45am

Due to the recent COVD-19 Outbreak - We are offering livestreaming - via Zoom - for our Sunday Morning Worship Service.

Live Stream
COVID-19 Advisory # 3 3.24.20

Dear Church Family and Friends:

Thank you all for your participation this week in our online services and reaching out with encouragement and ideas for improvement. We appreciate your support and continued prayers.

As a local church, we continue to desire to provide for the safety and wellness of all of our members. We also desire to have a clear testimony within our local community.

 “For so is the will of God, that with well doing ye may put to silence the ignorance of foolish men: As free, and not using your liberty for a cloke of maliciousness, but as the servants of God. Honour all men. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honour the king.” (1st Peter 2:15-17)

We can demonstrate our concern for each other, our families and friends, neighbors and residents, health-care workers, emergency responders, and high-risk individuals by cooperating with the recommendations of our Federal, State, and Local Officials.

 Currently, Governor Sununu has requested no gathering over 10 people until April 7 at noon. All of these guidelines are subject to change and we will be keeping you informed of changes and how that will affect the church.

Therefore, we are adjusting our previous advisory by limiting people on-site at the Church building, to only those who are essential for providing Live Stream services on Sunday and Wednesday. We encourage all members to participate in our broadcasted “Live Stream Meetings”. 

You will find the necessary links for broadcasted meetings on our website (www.monadnockbaptist.org). Also, you will receive an email before each service as a reminder, with the appropriate links. We are going to continue to use the video software called “Zoom” because it has proven to be more reliable than other options we tested in the last two meetings. The “Zoom” link will remain the same each week and may be copied, pasted and shared. 

The format for Wednesday night services and Sunday School will be “interactive”. This will allow us to converse with each other during the meeting including chat, video, and audio. Allowing for interaction is important during this time we are not with each other in person. You will have the option to “mute” yourself or not turn your video on as well. 

We want to encourage everyone to reach out to each other by phone, video chat, text message, and or written notes. Continue to pray for each other and participate in each other’s lives, as much as possible, without personal contact (Jn 15:12). 

“For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.” (2Timothy 1:7)

As our friend Rand Hummel would say, “Fear Less and Trust More”

This is a difficult time for all of us. Your patience and kindness do not go unnoticed. Pray for a soon-return to normal person-to-person activity. 

We are always here for you anytime for any reason. Please reach out to either of us with any questions, concerns or comments.

Always in His Service,

Pastor Dave and Pastor Tom