Covid-19 and Church Information
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UPDATED September 15
On Campus Services & Activities
As we enjoy a limited reopening, we are taking several steps in order to exercise caution out of love toward others. Our staff is working to provide a safe environment to worship in accordance with guidance from the CDC and other agencies. Please refer to the September 15 email update for information regarding our plan to protect those who attend our on-campus services. Also, please follow the posted signs and any verbal instructions given while on campus. At this time, we are providing a nursery and children’s church.
Please see our services and times on the Home page.
Other Regularly Scheduled Church Events
Please refer to our ministry calendar for planned events.
Plans for Sunday Nights
There will be no 5:30 PM service through December 2020.
If you ordinarily give via cash or check on Sundays and are still not able to gather with us, we encourage you to mail a check payable to Northside Baptist Church. (Address: 7800 Northside Drive, North Charleston, SC 29420)
If you normally give online or via our mobile app, we encourage you to continue to do so. This could also be a great time to set up recurring giving which easily enables you to continue to be faithful during weeks where we don’t gather together.
If you have any questions or need help giving a credit card payment or setting up recurring giving, feel free to call Mr. David McGinnis; you can locate his number in the church directory.
Service – Are you interested in running errands for those in our congregation who may not be able to get out right now? If so, call the church office to let us know when you are available.
Encouragement – Though we are encouraged to practice social distancing, we encourage you to keep in contact regularly with fellow church members during this time of separation. Please call one another and pursue meaningful conversations and times of prayer. This is a wonderful way to continue to meet the emotional and spiritual needs of our local body of Christ.