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Sundays Online: March 22
Latest Information: God’s Omnipresence, Wayne Williams
Videos: Hope For Kids, Wesley Wilson, Kaleb Lorow, Jim & Diana Harris, Frank Passetti, Where Is God, … and more
Prior Updates: March 19, March 14
Communion is NOT Canceled!
Find us on Facebook SUNDAYS at 10:30 am, starting March 22!
Although Sunday services and other weekly events held at the church are currently canceled, we are encouraging our Steamtown Church family to come together through social media using Facebook Live.
We will be celebrating communion virtually due to the current situation. Please join us, and lead your families, in commemorating the love of God through the substitutionary sacrifice of His Son, Jesus Christ, on our behalf. Please come prepared with your versions of bread and wine to share.
Re-watch Sunday Gathering Video
In the meantime, please refer to these sources for information about the coronavirus and how you can help prevent its spread in our community:
- March 15 – Scranton State of Emergency
- PA Department of Health
- World Health Organization – Coronavirus Q&A
- Center for Disease Control and Prevention
- Unemployment Compensation (UC) Benefits COVID-19 FAQ
A Message of Hope from Frank Passetti
“Where is God?”
A Message of Hope For Kids
A message of Hope by Jason Mathews
March 17 – A message of Hope by Dennis & Kelly D’Augostine
March 14 – “How Do We Make Sense of the Coronavirus”
A message of hope from Pastor Dennis, encouraging us to provide a Christian response during these anxious times.
All Sunday services and other weekly events will be canceled for the weeks of March 22nd & 29th. This includes all Steamtown Church events that we normally hold in the building.
1 John 4:18a
There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, …
It is in love for you, the Steamtown Church Family, the Scranton community, and our local and federal government officials that we will not be gathering for services and church activities from tomorrow, March 15, through next Sunday, March 22, to promote public health in response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
This includes the 10:30am and 1pm Sunday gatherings, the Wednesday night youth gathering, and the upcoming baptism service. The pastors, elders and leaders will continue to provide updates as we all continue to closely monitor this situation.