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Greetings in Christ!

Due to COVID-19 and the recommendation of the Pennsylvania Governor, we are suspending services at our physical location join us for online church services this weekend.


In light of the recent developments in Pennsylvania the Governing Board, and I have decided to continue the suspension of all in-person worship and gatherings until further notice.  This is an effort to assist in halting the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

During this unprecedented time of a global pandemic, the Church has an important role now more than ever to be a shining beacon of hope in these dark times. 


As difficult as it is to suspend in-person worship, and to practice physical distancing, it is necessary to do so to protect the larger community and to save lives. As we hear the news of the increasing cases of COVID-19 throughout our state, it becomes apparent that these prevention measures will not end quickly.


We give thanks for the many other ways we can “connect” while being physically apart.


Remember you are encouraged to connect with each other in as many ways as possible. Make sure that you are practicing social distancing, but let this time be an opportunity to develop a “virtual network of care”.

I urge you to continue to be faithful in your giving to BTCC via the church website or Givelfy mobile app so we may continue to meet our financial obligations. 


We will monitor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations, and we will let you know when it’s appropriate to gather in person for worship. I give thanks for the innovative ways that you are adapting to this new reality, which thankfully, will not last forever.


Please know that we pray for you daily as you care for those around you. You are not alone. Especially now, as followers of Christ we find great hope in the promise of Jesus Christ. 


I invite you to join us virtually on Sunday morning at 10:45am for our worship services on our website for via Facebook BTCC361. 


We have to arm ourselves with the weapons of prayer. Ask Him to guide us in the truth.


He said, “Listen, all you people of Judah and Jerusalem! Listen, King Jehoshaphat! This is what the Lord says: Do not be afraid! Don’t be discouraged by this mighty army, for the battle is not yours, but God’s. 2 Chronicles 20:15 (NIV)


The word of God is powerful, and we can stand upon it at all timesWe are asking everyone to stop and pray three times a day at 8:00AM, 1:00PM, and 6:00PM daily.


Bishop Carl H. Scott

Senior Pastor
Bible Tabernacle Christian Center