7 Free Livestream Church Services Online: Social Distancing During The COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic — Watch

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7 Free Livestream Church Services Online: Social Distancing During The COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic — Watch
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Everyone is practicing social distancing to avoid COVID-19, but you can Livestream an online church service for free.

Where can you watch a church service online?

Many mega-churches have had online services to support the military overseas and people who were homebound. So, finding one is easier than you think.

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While it may feel awkward attending an online church service with a pastor you don't know, the church is made up of all Christian communities regardless of doxologies or theologies.

Church is more than a building in which we worship God, the Most High. The church is known all over the world as “a building used for public Christian worship”, but it's the body of believers that really is the Christian church.

Getting dressed up, catching up with friends and being in the presence of a pastor who gives knowledge, love and hope to his congregation are all amazing experiences when it comes to going to church every Sunday.

However, during COVID-19, practicing social distancing can make attending any large gatherings highly irresponsible, no matter how spiritual they are, at least until a vaccine for coronavirus has been discovered.

Online church service is great for people who have anxiety about being around people during COVID-19 or you are just too tired to get out of bed and get dressed up to go worship Christ with a small group of friends.

With technology continuously evolving, we have to stop and think about the way we are evolving as a society even in religion.

For example, through our technological enhancements, we can now go to church online, have therapy sessions online and even attend schools online.

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Let’s get to reality and face the truth. It is much easier to charge your computer or iPad, connect to the internet and find a church that is streaming online to get that weekly motivation.

Whether the weather is below zero or if you are just not feeling up to it, the ability to log on and receive the same love and the same hope that you need to make it through the tests of life is liberating.

Sometimes when you are going through heartbreak, a rough week at work or feeling unappreciated, the church can be inspiring which gives you the fuel to fight the trials and tribulations that life gives us.

When we go through these rough moments and don’t want to get out of the comfort of our homes and personal spaces, it is great to be able to plug in our electronics and receive the word of the Lord in the privacy of our own environment.

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Here are 7 online (Mega) church services to attend and grow closer to God during the COVID-19 Coronavirus crisis.

Life Church

Online church service times: Sundays: 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. EST

This church has an average weekly attendance of 70,000. The main campus location is in Edmond, OK. This church has a very active online service as well.

The senior pastor is Craig Groeschel. In 1996, this church began in a two-car garage and now it is one of the largest churches in America.

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Church of Highlands

Online church service times: Sundays: 8:00 am, 9:45 am, 11:30 am, 4:00 pm, 5:30 pm. EST

Chris Hodges is the senior pastor of this Birmingham, AL church. This online church has about 40,000 members who attend weekly.

It was founded in 2001, now it has grown to 15 physical locations around Alabama. They have an online prayer team where pastor David Russell is the dedicated pastor.

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North Point Community Church

Online church service times: Sundays: 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 4:30 p.m. EST

Located in Alpharetta, GA this church has a weekly attendance of 39,000 members. The senior pastor is Andy Stanley who founded this church in the suburbs of Atlanta in 1995.

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Saddleback Church

Online church service times: Saturdays: 7:00 p.m. EST

This Lake Forest, CA church has around 25,000 weekly attendance. The senior pastor is Rick Warren. Opened on Palm Sunday in 1980, this church has evolved with technology over time by having an online service.

It has 14 physical locations around California and also holds campuses in Berlin, Buenos Aires, South Manila, and Hong Kong.

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Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale

Online church service times: Sunday: 9:00 a.m. EST

In Fort Lauderdale, FL, this church has a 25,000 weekly attendance. From the sunny skies of Florida to the power of prayer since 1985, this church has expanded nine locations around Florida and survived a widely publicized leadership change.

Led by Pastor Dan Hickling, you can attend services online to get your weekly dose of the Lord.

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Apostolic Faith Church

Online church service times: Sundays: 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., Tuesdays: 7:30 p.m., Fridays: 7:30 p.m. CST

Located on the south side of Chicago. This church was founded in 1915. The church senior Pastor is Bishop Horace E. Smith M.D.

Over the increase in technology, this church proves that it can stand the test of time and follow into the new traditions of the world by allowing live streaming of its services online.

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Elevation Church

Online church service times: Sundays: 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. EST

This popular preacher is Pastor Steven Furtick. He is known to sit down and talk to well-known celebrities about their faith in God. You can find his sermons online.

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