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Now that you’ve got some extra time while spending more time at home, maybe you’d like to check out a local church? Most all church already have their past sermons online but now you can “experience” their worship service online without leaving your house.

Here’s where you can find some of our local churches during the COVID 2020 closures. If you visit them online now, when the closures are over, you’ll feel right at home going in person.

Charlottesville Community Church is living streaming via their website: and offering online Sunday school: CommKids at Home

Christ Episcopal has pre-recorded services online and a daily devotional.

Church of the Incarnation is live streaming weekend Masses plus daily Masses in both English and Spanish on their YouTube page:

City Church is streaming services and sending daily email devotionals.

CrossLife Commuity Church is online on Facebook:

Evergreen Church of the Brethren is streaming live on Facebook:

Grace Community Church is streaming live on Facebook:

Immanuel Lutheran is streaming on Facebook:

Lake Christian Church is streaming on Facebook.

Olivet Presbyterian has a pre-recorded service on their website: and a Sunday School class for kids on Facebook.

Portico Church streams live on Facebook.

St Paul’s Episcopal Church in Ivy is on Youtube followed by a Zoom coffee hour:

The Point is streaming services on their Facebook page and their website: They also have kids Sunday school online too:

Trinity Presbyterian Church is streaming via their website:

Westminster Presbyterian on Rugby Rd has a pre-recorded worship service on Facebook

What about your Bible studies?

Tim Challies posted a great list of free and discounted resources for your Bible studies.

My favorite: Ligonier Ministries

Ligonier Ministries has opened their collection of teaching series, (about 2,500 lectures). Plus, they added over 20 teaching series to Amazon Prime and made the group study feature at Ligonier Connect free, so you can take courses with others.

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