COVID-19: Barbados has a National Day of Prayer with virtual church
The Prime Minister has declared March 22, 2020, a National Day of Prayer in light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic.
Barbados' Prime Minister and CARICOM Chair Mia Mottley said that religious leaders including those who head Christian churches across the denominations have been calling for a day of prayer and she has acquiesced.
With Barbados at Stage 2 and the restriction on gatherings of more than 25 persons, churches are online.
If you want to tune in for service check below:
Parishioners can tune in to Q 100.7 fm at 9.15 am and CBC TV 8 at 10.30 am, today, Sunday, March 22, 2020, to join the celebration of the Holy Eucharist for the Fourth Sunday in Lent. It woll be led by the Chief Celebrant and Preacher the Rt Rev Michael Maxwell.
Link for the 6 p.m. Mass which will be broadcast live from St Patrick's Cathedral today via YouTube:
Bishop, The Rev. Derick A. Richards and the Methodist Church of Barbados invite you to a Family Altar Service on Sunday, March 22, 2020 at 9.00 a.m.
Gather the entire family at home and log on to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpZv-g2MYsmxF9lZXJHy_DQ .
Be sure to have your bible and hymnal available to participate in the worship.
Let us PRAY for our world … Let us pray!
Calvary Moravian Church wrote:
In light of the government's declaration that we are now at stage 2 of the National COVID 19 Preparedness Plan, please be advised of the following:
1. There will be online service today, March 22, at 9 am. As we will be adhering to to the government's recommendation that gatherings be no more than 25 persons. Our Organist, media team, choir and psalmist voices will be present to lead in corporate worship seeing that you cannot be physically present.
We encourage all members to stream the service from either your Facebook or Youtube platform. You are free to encourage others to tune in at 9 am - https://www.facebook.com/CalvaryMoravianChurch/live_videos/