Dear Spring Baptist Church Family,
By now you have probably heard about event cancellations across the nation due to the Coronavirus. Schools, local governments, and churches are temporarily suspending gathering activities to minimize the spread of the virus.
After much prayer and consultation, we have decided to move our services online for both campuses this Sunday (April 5), with the following changes:
All Campuses ONLINE ONE SERVICE at 10:00 a.m.
No Life Groups at either campus
No Sunday Evening Activities
No Mid Week Activities
Our commitment to your safety:
How to participate in the online service:
Our Online Stream
Regardless of the campus or service time you attend, please join us on Facebook or on our website at springbaptist.org. Again, this is a great time to invite someone to join in our service as we sing, pray, give, and hear God’s Word faithfully preached.
Your financial support of the ongoing ministry of Spring Baptist Church is crucial. We offer several ways for you to continue to make a difference in the lives of others by giving your tithes and offerings, including
through our giving page
in-person at our office drop box outside of the main office,
or by mail at 633 East Louetta Road, Spring, TX 77373
Finally, we are cancelling ALL evening activities this Sunday, April 5 and midweek activities at both campuses.
After April 5:
We are actively monitoring the situation at the local level and will keep you updated as to our future services by Wednesday of each week. We are hopeful that we can resume activities soon but will do so only through much prayer and accurate information from government and health officials. Please monitor your email, our website, and our social media platforms for updates. At the bottom of this email, you will find helpful links to keep you informed about the Coronavirus.
The church offices remain open if you need to call the church.
Above all, remember that we serve a great God. Let us continue to seek Him in prayer, trusting in Him for protection and provision. Psalm 9:9 says, “The Lord is a refuge for the oppressed, a stronghold in times of trouble.” Psalm 34:10b reads, “Those who seek the Lord lack no good thing.”
May God bless you and keep you,
Dr. Mark Estep, Senior Pastor