As people of faith, we are aware that we should not be led by fear or panic. Rather, we should always remain in faith. We are also aware that faith does not deny facts; faith overcomes facts. The facts are that this is a very serious situation and it has been called a pandemic. A pandemic is defined as a disease epidemic that has spread across a large region, for instance multiple continents, or worldwide. This is a global crisis and everyone is being impacted.
Our Number 1 Priority is the safety of our members and visitors. We are monitoring and following all guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), including taking the necessary steps to reduce the threat of COVID-19 to our valued members and guests.
State wide shelter-in-place
In addition Kemp will close all K-12 Georgia Public schools for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year; however, online learning will continue even as schools are closed for the year.
City of Savannah shelter-in-place
According to the directive, residents can only leave their homes for essential activities, or to perform work for essential governmental functions and business operations.
We will also have an online worship experience at 9am that you don’t want to miss! So gather your family, friends and worship with us as we Do Church Different.
State of Emergency: City of Savannah
- All bars and night clubs that do not serve food will be closed.
- All establishments that do serve food must reduce capacity by at least 50 percent. These locations can offer food via drive-thru or takeout options.
- All gyms, movie theaters, live performance venues, bowling alleys, and arcades will also be closed.
- Funerals of more than 10 mourners are encouraged to postpone or have graveside services.
- All sightseeing, guided, and/or narrated tours shall cease.
- All metered parking in city limits will be free for one hour.
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2 Chronicles 7:14 If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land
Ignite the Sound
Music has always played an essential part at Kingdom Life, to encourage, exhort, and prophetically establish our place in Christ. This playlist is a snapshot of the songs, passion, and God-centered worship guaranteed to bring God’s presence right to you. Whether you’re a member or visitor, experience the Kingdom Life Sound with this playlist.
Here’s What We Are Doing as a Church Staff
Praying. Every day we are meeting to pray for the intervention of God on this matter. We believe that God is sovereign meaning that He is not surprised by this pandemic and has a plan in mind for recovery from it. We are praying for His wisdom, guidance, and healing.
Staying Informed. We are staying up-to-date on how COVID-19 is affecting our city, state, country, and world. Through credible sources, like the CDC, we are able to stay informed on how best to prevent the spread of this virus and using best practices at KL.
Providing Resources. We believe that the local church is a beacon of light in the world. It is our responsibility to get in the trenches to help in this time of trouble. We will continue to provide a weekly experience for you and your family to engage in a Kingdom Life service. We are also looking for ways to help out in our local community to help those in need.
Here’s What You Can Do to Help
Pray. Pray for our community and those directly affected by COVID-19. Pray for the health care workers who are treating the sick and those in leadership making difficult decisions. Pray that God would protect our community from further spread of the virus.
Be generous. While our world is anxiously protecting themselves, let’s live like Jesus and be generous during this time. Buy someone else’s groceries, give a neighbor some toilet paper, give sacrificially. We can still be generous during this time because we know who is our provider, Our God.
Practice personal hygiene. Wash your hands frequently, stay home if you are sick, and cover your coughs or sneezes with a tissue.
Practice social distancing. Keep a safe distance (approximately 6 feet) from others and avoiding gathering spaces such as schools, concert halls and public transportation.