COVID and Sundays


COVID has caused all of us to pause and reflect on priorities. Whether we're involved in education, in business, in church, in the professions—it's been a time to 're-imagine' how we do things.

Sunday worship, for one, has taken a big hit. We're more inclined to 'attend' worship online or to check out worship services where our kids and grandkids attend—often half way around the world.

How different would my church look if its primary orientation was not Sunday, if every aspect of the church including the sermon, the worship, and the building were intentionally focused on the Monday to Friday lives of God's people? Why doesn't every church look like this?

Through the lens of COVID, what does it mean to equip the saints?

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