Our COVID-19 Letter Reponse
This letter was updated on Saturday, March 28, 2020
Dear King’s Chapel Family,
This week seemed like we were all in a movie. The past seven days have brought a myriad of adjustments and changes to our personal live and the way we all live God is with us. Testimonies continue to roll in of His faithfulness to provide and heal.The Lord is building His church and the gates of hell will not prevail. We are strong in Him and He is helping and leading us to expand the Kingdom.
ONE CHURCH IN MANY LOCATIONS
This past Sunday, our entire church family came together for online church– as hundreds of households gathered to be a part of the services.The Wednesday Holy Ghost Night services are powerful and our Early Morning Prayer as well. Not to mention the ETS 12:30 daily time in the Word. Literally thousands have gathered online, for fellowship, prayer, worship and the Word. Wow! Be sure to check out all of the online resources that are available for you and your entire family at www.kcalaska.com.
Thank you for your faithfulness in giving. Many of you have transitioned to the online platform we offer, which safe and secure. Remember we have four ways to give, contact us if you need assistance or you can Click Here to give.
LIFE GROUPS ARE GROWING
Our church family is staying connected and encouraged by sharing life together in creative, social distancing ways as groups meet online each week. If you are not already a part of a Life Group, we would love to have you join one today– just Click Hereand someone will contact you!
CONNECT CARE TEAMS
In submission to the current “stay at home” order, through our King’s Connect Teams, we continue to do all we can within the guidelines and under the stated exemption to provide essential items and assist those in need across our community.The need is great – and we could use your help!
Starting tomorrow,March 29th, we will be taking drive-thru grocery donations at King’s Chapel Wasilla Campus 10am-12pm. Simply pull into the parking lot, follow the donate signs, stay near your vehicle and drop your donations off on the curb. The connect team will collect your donations, and of course, maintain a safe distance from you. Together we will make a difference! For a list of needed items, visit the list below.
IF MY PEOPLE … – PRAYER & FASTING
Thank you for joining Pastor Karen and me as we fast and pray.We urgently need God to intervene in the Nations, our Nation, our communities, and to help those who are facing challenges due to the COVID-19 situation. To receive encouragement and any new details each day, be sure to follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube
Thank you for your prayers for us, the staff, and our King’s family as we walk this out and see God turn it all for good.
In His service and yours
Pastors Daniel and Karen
If my people who are called by my name will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sins and restore their land.
-2 Chronicles 7:14
HOW YOU CAN HELP
We are receiving donations for people in need. You can drop off items listed below from 10am-12p, M-F.
Simply pull into the parking lot, look for the signs, stay near your vehicle and drop your donations off on the curb. The CONNECT TEAM will maintain a safe distance from you.
– Canned meats (tuna, chicken, etc.)
– Side dishes/meal helpers
– Spaghetti Sauce and Canned pasta (ravioli, SpaghettiOs, etc.)
– Dry Noodles and Rice
– Chunky soups
– Veggies: canned peas, tomatoes, mixed veggies, potatoes
– Canned beans (all kinds)
– Peanut butter and jelly
– Breakfast foods (cereal, oatmeal, bars, pancake mix, and syrup)
– Condiments (mayo, mustard, ketchup, BBQ sauce, salad dressing)
– Snack foods: chips/popcorn/crackers/jell-o/pudding
– Baby food/cereal
– Hygiene items (deodorant, razors, feminine care, etc.)
– Toilet Paper
– Paper Towels
– Hand Sanitizer
How to Engage
Here’s how you can access our livestream:
- You can view our livestream at kcalaska.com. You can also watch our sermon archives at kcalaska.com/podcast.
You can easily stream King’s Chapel Alaska on YouTube on any smartphone, tablet, computer or from your TV
- From any browser, smartphone, smart TV or other device open the YouTube application and search for King’s Chapel Alaska. Or click here.
- Click on the video at the very top to start watching the livestream which you can view during any of our regular service times.
- Join us on Facebook on any smartphone, computer or mobile device at facebook.com/kingschapelalaska
We will be working closley with local health authorithies to determine when we will resume public attendance in our services.
Please pray for those affected by this virus. Prayer is powerful, and God is our perfect source of comfort and care. Join us in praying for the people and regions affected, and for the protection of our nation, community, and church.