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A Note from the Elders on COVID-19

Dar visitors of GBC,

Once again, as elders, we think it wise not to hold public services on 3/29/20. It is our hope that we will be able to meet again before or on Resurrection weekend services. Perhaps Good Friday or Resurrection Sunday we can come together, celebrate the Lord's Supper, and proclaim His death and resurrection! Oh what a day that will be. Pray for our government leaders, especially our President in this time as he has some difficult decisions to make.

We have upgraded the livestream video and audio quality, and hope this will serve you better this week.

The direct link to our livestream video will be posted starting at around 10:20 AM:

Click that link and it should take you directly to our livestreaming video on Facebook. You do not need a Facebook account to view this livestream on your desktop/laptop computer. However, based on feedback from last week you may not be able to view on your smart phones.

Another way to get there is if you are already on our church Facebook page at then you should see a notification or video pop up on the page which you can click on and open up.

 We had hoped to move to Youtube Live this week, allowing more church members to join in. But alas, getting the new equipment set up and working right took much longer than expected and we weren't able to get it done in time. All this to say, we are working to improve the livestream and hope to continue it even after we start meeting again.

At this time, we are not certain with the new setup that we will have lyrics on the screen. Here are the songs we will be singing so you can look them up in your hymnal or on the web.

Come Christians Join to Sing #125
My Soul Finds Rest #359
Great is Thy Faithfulness #86
Not in Me #405

May the Lord bless you as you worship at home. During this time of separation, let us remember how important the gathering of the saints truly is. And while watching a livestream is helpful and useful, it is not gathering in person together to worship the Lord. Yet we trust that soon we might do that very thing.

May Christ dwell in your hearts more fully,

Pastor Michael Beck