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Lexington Churches adapting to COVID-19 outbreak


The list below is a sampling of how a few churches are adapting their services to the outbreak of COVID-19.

Christ Church Cathedral has announced will suspend all public services of worship as well as all non-worship gatherings through Sunday, March 22, effective immediately.

ChurchesImmanuel Baptist is pausing services, but has posted, “While we may not be gathering in the same way we usually do, we are still the church. So let’s be the church. We want to enlist you to help us love our community well by serving on our Response Team. Here are ways you can help.

  • Deliver needed items to the ‘high risk’ portion of our community who cannot get out themselves.
  • Serve at a prayer station on our Tates Creek Road campus to pray with those who drive onto our campus struggling to deal with all that is happening.
  • Be part of a team who calls our homebound and nursing home members to check on them and pray with them.

Southern Hills United Methodist Church is having worship online through their website on Sunday morning at 10:45 am.

St. Luke’s United Methodist Church is only having live-streamed worship for their weekend services at 9:30 am and 11:30 am.



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