Updated April 27, 2020 at 4:40pm

Dear Church Family,

The road to regathering is being paved by God’s grace! We are continuing to assess the most recent developments and data made available to us during this COVID-19 season. Your safety is our top priority and our resolve to slow the coronavirus is our ongoing commitment. 

God has blessed us with the privilege of leveraging technology to help us Stay Connected and to Help One Another as outlined on our Champion Forest  Homepage. Let’s commit to stay connected while we are apart. On the homepage you’ll find plenty of resources and tools, but I want to point out a few: 

  1. Church Online
    During this current season we are navigating, we’ll have Sunday and Wednesday experiences online. The easiest way to get there is through championforest.org.
  2. Daily Bible Reading
    We want the entire church family to walk together through the book of Mark in our Bibles. Click “Devotionals” on the homepage and get started today.  You can even sign up and get it delivered to your email every morning.  Invite others into the journey!
  3. Life Groups
    YES, our Life Groups will continue to meet virtually.  Kids Ministry, Student Ministry, and Adult Ministries are staying connected!  Find more info at championforest.org and make the connection.
  4. Get Help / Give Help
    Our Community Ministry Center continues to operate, it is essential! On our homepage you’ll also find a section where you can request help from your church family.  If you’re in need of assistance in this season, please visit the site and let us know how we can come alongside you.  If you’ve been looking for ways you can serve others in our church family and community, visit the homepage and click “I can help” to see how you can meet needs. 

Let’s fully embrace the rhythm of prayer during our 21 Days of Prayer as we seek to live in sync with the heartbeat of God. Together, let’s keep praying fervently, reading our Bibles daily, encouraging one another, serving others, and gathering online to worship together.  

Let’s stay connected!
Pastor Stephen Trammell