CAMP HILL, Pa. (WHTM) – Christian Life Assembly will be holding services online only this Easter weekend.
It will hold a Good Friday online Communion service on April 10 at noon. On Easter Sunday, it will be live streaming services at its usual service times of 9 a.m and 11 a.m.
“Nothing changes the truth of Easter,” said Lead Pastor Shane Wilson. “While our services will look a little different this year, one thing is sure – Jesus never changes. We are incredibly blessed to be able to celebrate Easter online and share an encouraging message of hope, particularly during these uncertain times.”
During CLA’s Easter Sunday services, there will be opportunities for online attendees to interact with others and with members of CLA’s Prayer Team. There will also be something special for the kids during these services. Services will be rebroadcast throughout the day on Easter Sunday.
“In addition, during this time of social distancing, we have been very intentional about providing ways for whole families to tune in all week long, be encouraged and connect in meaningful ways,” said Pastor Shane.
Here are several key examples:
- CLA shares brief daily devotionals via Facebook Live with one of its pastors Monday-Saturday at 11 a.m.
- It holds an online prayer service on Wednesday at 7 p.m.; prayer requests are prayed for in real-time.
- Its Student Ministries meet together on Thursday at 7 p.m. via Instagram Live.
- Every week, its CLA Kids Ministries share new videos, downloadable resources and ways for families to connect throughout the week.
- Many of CLA’s various groups are now meeting live online, including its Student Ministries groups.