As the coronavirus pandemic has affected nearly every aspect of life, many churches have begun offering live streams of worship services in order to comply with Michigan's Stay Home, Stay Safe initiative.

These area churches are streaming services on various platforms including YouTube, Facebook, and Vimeo. Several churches are conducting additional online services during Holy Week and on Easter Sunday. If your church offers parishioners an opportunity for online worship and would like to be included here, send me an email with the details (including links) and we'll be happy to include you.

Calvary United Methodist Church in Flint provides video of its Sunday worship service on the church's Facebook page. Daily stories for 'Calvary Kids' are provided as well.

Davison Free Methodist Church offers a live stream of its Sunday service on YouTube and Facebook.

Emmanuel Church in Flint streams its Sunday service at 11 am on Facebook and YouTube.

Family Community Church of the Nazarene in Goodrich streams services on its Facebook page Sunday mornings at 9 and 11 am.

Fenton Frist Presbyterian Church is conducting services via the Zoom app. Use this link to find the meeting ID and download bulletin materials. The service begins at 10 am.

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church in Grand Blanc provides a live stream of the Sunday service on its YouTube channel and Facebook page. Service begins at 10 am and a bulletin is embedded in the videos. Daily devotions and children's sermons are also available.

Mt. Olive Baptist Church offers a live stream of its services on the church website. The stream is only available at the time of worship which is 8:30 and 11 am.

St. Pius Catholic Church in Flint is holding an Easter Mass which will be live-streamed on its Facebook page at 9:30 am. A Mass of the Lord's Supper (Thursday, Good Friday, and Saturday Easter Vigil service will be streamed as well.

St. Robert Catholic Church in Flushing is live-streaming services on Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday. Service times are listed on the website.

Swartz Creek Church of Christ provides a live-stream of its services on Vimeo every Sunday at 11 am and 5 pm.

Despite the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, we wish you and your family a safe and happy Easter.


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