Maplewood Christian Church

Maplewood Christian Church response to the Coronavirus (COVID19)

Updated December 3, 2020

We want to inform you of our present response to the Coronavirus epidemic.  At the end of this update you can find other ways to connect to Maplewood.

As you know this is an evolving situation and this statement represents our response as of this moment.  Every day seems to bring  a number of developments that touch every area of society. There is reason to believe that more change is to come.

In response to the increase in infection rate in our surrounding area and out of concern for the safety and welfare of our church family and our community we will not be having in person service this Sunday, December 6th.  We will be presenting a service on our Facebook page.

Other ways to stay connected:

You can see information and view videos on Facebook.  We are posting videos several times a week.                                                              Click Here  to go to the church’s Facebook page.

You may also find our videos on YouTube.                                                   Click  Here to go to  the church’s YouTube channel.

To make a donation online, click the “Make a Donation” tab in the menu bar at the top of this page. You do not need a PayPal account. Simply select “donate with a debit or credit card”.

We are a body of Christ followers committed to walking out the love of God and community in our lives.

The scripture uses a number of images to describe the church. We are a body of many parts working as one. We are a building built upon the foundation of Christ. We are a people on  pilgrimage. We are farmhands, working together in the harvest.

The Red Vineyard, Vincent Van Gogh

Whatever image is chosen, a common theme emerges. The church is to be characterized by unity emerging from diversity. It is a unity that we find only from being centered in Jesus.

It would be an understatement to say that this is a process. It is the process of becoming more like Jesus and of learning what that looks like in each new day. It is quite simply how we are called to live and who we are called to be.

Some days we make real progress. Other days not so much. But we just keep walking. Together.

A Community of Followers of Christ