COVID-19 Updates

We are thinking about you and about all of our neighborhoods as we proactively respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19). We want to take every precaution to keep our church family healthy and safe, and are following the CDC guidelines. This page is the most up-to-date place to receive answers to commonly asked questions.

We are praying for those who have been impacted by this illness, as well as those who are working around the clock to provide health care and find effective treatments. Let’s choose to respond with hope and faith, not fear.

Will Maple Grove be holding services and other activities?

We have moved our Sunday service to livestream only. We encourage everyone to join our live stream for worship in real time (10:15am) to have a greater sense of community.  We also encourage you to utilize our  online giving service.

All on-campus activities have been canceled or moved to an online platform. LifeGroup leaders should be in touch soon regarding using Zoom to continue meeting.

How can I tithe during this time?

There are several giving options that support social distancing:

  • You can give online
  • You can give through your bank through your bill pay online banking
  • You can mail your check to the church office at 3210 Proffit Rd
  • You can text to give by texting a dollar amount (ex. 100) to 434-595-3905

How should we respond spiritually to COVID-19?

We want to take the impact of this pandemic on our world seriously. We want to be wise by implementing the recommendations of our local, state, and national health organizations. We know that we live in a fallen and broken world that is daily impacted by sickness and death, but we have hope because of Jesus. Jesus died for our sins, was buried, and God raised Him from the dead. When we repent and believe in Jesus, we receive the gift of eternal life. It is our hope in eternal life that helps us deal with this world’s problems, issues, and concerns. We want to be busy during these days of uncertainty loving our neighbors and looking for opportunities to turn coronavirus conversations into gospel conversations.

Understand, right now in the midst of all the anxiety, fear and uncertainty... God wants us to remember at least 5 things.

That HE is still on His throne

The HE is in control

That HE can be trusted

That HE is our hope

That HE is great and HE is good

And brothers and sisters, since those 5 things are true, what should our response be...

We will not fear, we will trust

We will not worry, we will pray

We will consider this trail pure joy

We will be a light and live differently

We will show compassion

We will seize this moment for His Glory

We will pray for a national healing

We will fix our eyes on Jesus