Our church has returned to in-person public worship on Lord's Day Mornings,at 11.00am. At present we have the evening service on-line only. We follow the guidelines of our State Health Authorities regarding social distancing, and sanitation, including the wearing of appropriate face-coverings when entering and exiting the building. We continue to stream both services on-line, by means of Facebook Live. The regular upload of our audio sermons to the sermonaudio.com site continues. We are grateful for the prayers of God's people for the work in the Lehigh Valley. God has been gracious to us during the covid-19 crisis. We trust that He will bless us in a greater way as we gradually return to our regular schedule of public worship services, indue course, God willing.
Our Wednesday Bible Study is conducted via Skype for the present time.
- Rev. Stephen Hamilton
Rev. Stephen Hamilton
Rev. Stephen Hamilton is the minister of Lehigh Valley Free Presbyterian Church, Allentown, Pennsylvania.
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