MBBC Church Services

During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Mission Blvd. Baptist Church is committed to continuing its ministry regardless of the adjustments required. MBBC is prepared to respond quickly to the challenges to safely and wisely meet the spiritual needs of our congregation, leaders, missionaries, and community. We will continue to use the circumstances we are in as an opportunity to mature and thrive.

MBBC provides trustworthy spiritual leadership in our community locally and globally. We are here to share the important message of Jesus Christ to those seeking spiritual guidance, to those seeking more in their lives, to those desiring a relationship with God, and to those in pursuit of fulfilling God’s will for their lives.

MBBC is conducting in-person and online services for our members and community. MBBC encourages everyone to make personal decisions that will keep them and their loved ones safe. Sunday services are conducted in-person and shown online. During in-person services, masks and spacial distancing are encouraged. Wednesday evening services are conducted online only.

In response to the pandemic, MBBC has expanded our ministries online in order to address the spiritual needs of our members and those in our community. We recognize that this is not a substitute for the benefits of in-person fellowship. But this is a crisis that jeopardizes the health and well-being of our members at this present time.

Our hope and prayers are that our church family and community come through this pandemic with minimal injury, if any at all. In the meantime, MBBC will view this crisis as an opportunity to more effectively share the love and the ministry of Jesus Christ.

Information and understanding of how the virus is spreading through the community change daily. MBBC will make every effort to respond appropriately in the interest and well-being of our members.

Remember to pray for one another, for our healthcare professionals, for our police officers and firemen, and for those who are severely affected by the virus.

Now our Lord Jesus Christ himself, and God,

even our Father, which hath loved us, and hath given us

everlasting consolation and good hope through grace.

2 Thessalonians 2:16

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