Update 03/26/2020

 

Lake Havasu Baptist Church will continue to be closed to all on and off site activities including Sunday morning worship services until further notice.

 

It is a difficult decision to make but our concern for the health of our congregation and community warrants this decision.

 

New sermons are available Saturday afternoons at lakehavasubaptistchurch.com and on our Facebook page.

 

If you have any needs or questions, please feel free to call us Monday-Friday 8am-12pm @ 928-855-3154


We also offer several ways for giving including mobile app and online giving. There is also a mail slot at the church if you prefer to drop off your offering in person. Go to lakehavasubaptistchurch.com and click on the giving link for more information. 


Please continue be in prayer for the following:
1. Our Church leaders and staff as they continue to monitor the situation and make decisions as needed. Pray for wisdom and strength for them.
2. Our local first responders and health care workers as they are on the front lines of this situation in caring for those who are sick.
3. Our local and state governments as they strive to make informed decisions that will affect us all.
4. Our national government and our President, that they will have wisdom and work together in doing what is best for our country.
5. Most of all continue to pray for God’s wisdom, guidance and strength for his people.

 

Thank you and God Bless!

Lake Havasu Baptist Church Leadership 

        Update 03/18/2020

Due to the current health crisis, Lake Havasu Baptist Church will be suspending all activities, on and off-campus to include Sunday services through March 27th, in order to respect the recommendations of local, state and national health officials as well as the President and in consideration of the health of our congregation both young and old.  If you have a question or concern please feel free to call the church office between 9 and noon, Monday through Friday. You can also leave a message on our website or Facebook page or email the church at LHBCaz@suddenlinkmail.com

 
After this period of time, we will update you on the church’s plans moving forward. This information will be sent using the church website at lakehavasubaptistchurch.com, Facebook page, phone tree, and direct mailing. 


During this time there will be several ways to stay connected to our church family:
1. Pastor Anthony was scheduled to preach for us at the church on March 22.  Instead, he will prepare a video of his sermon and it will be posted on our church website and Facebook page, along with our worship music.  We may need to do this for more than one week, so we will keep you informed as we learn more.
2. Miss Dianne and Maddie will be connecting with families through videos, interactive games, object lessons, contests and lessons on both the website and Facebook.
3. Call someone from church and pray over the phone or just ask how they are doing.
4. For Families: Play games, watch a movie, take a hike in the desert, go for a drive, read the Bible, read a different book, get creative and make up your own game…just spend time together.


We also offer several ways for giving including mobile app and online giving. There is also a mail slot at the church if you prefer to drop off your offering in person. Go to lakehavasubaptistchurch.com and click on the giving link for more information. 


Please be in prayer for the following:
1. Our Church leaders and staff as they continue to monitor the situation and make decisions as needed. Pray for wisdom and strength for them.
2. Our local first responders and health care workers as they are on the front lines of this situation in caring for those who are sick.
3. Our local and state governments as they strive to make informed decisions that will affect us all.
4. Our national government and our President, that they will have wisdom and work together in doing what is best for our country.
5. Most of all continue to pray for God’s wisdom, guidance and strength for his people.


Please consider what Martin Luther wrote in the year 1527:
 “I shall ask God mercifully to protect us. Then I shall fumigate, help purify the air, administer medicine and take it. I shall avoid places and persons where my presence is not needed in order not to become contaminated and thus perchance inflict and pollute others and so cause their death as a result of my negligence. If God should wish to take me, he will surely find me and I have done what he has expected of me and so I am not responsible for either my own death or the death of others. If my neighbor needs me however I shall not avoid place or person but will go freely as stated above. See this is such a God-fearing faith because it is neither brash nor foolhardy and does not tempt God."
Luther's Works Volume 43 pg 132 the letter "Whether one may flee from a Deadly Plague" written to Rev. Dr. John Hess.


May God bless each of you,
Lake Havasu Baptist Church Leadership
 

LAKE HAVASU
BAPTIST CHURCH

Pastor Anthony Montana Jr.

2101 N Palo Verde Blvd

Lake Havasu City, AZ 86404

928-855-3154

lhbcaz@suddenlinkmail.com

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