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COVID-19 Pandemic Updates

regarding the current status of services

Updated: Sunday, March 29th, 7:00 pm CDT

Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 viral pandemic, all services are suspended until further notice. This action is in compliance with local government directives, and follows the best recommendations from our public health officials.

At this time, there is no projected date for recommencement of services. We encourage you to follow us on Facebook & Twitter, or check back here for ongoing updates.

We will broadcast live supplemental bible studies and lessons at approximately our regularly scheduled times. View our live broadcasts with the viewer below, or on our Facebook page. Previously broadcast recordings can be found at the bottom of this page.

We exhort you to continue prayers and studies of God’s Word as we all go through this present distress.

Comment YOUR Way

The following methods are available for you to participate in discussion in our online bible studies:

Comment on social media: @seminolepointe

Call (405) 276-2966, and an operator will queue you for a comment. If no one answers, leave a voicemail and your comment will be queued for discussion.

Or, send a text message to (405) 276-2966.

For the duration of service suspension, we will not be observing the Lord’s Supper during our live streamed Sunday Services.

The nineteenth (19) instruction in the Fourth Amended Executive Order 2020-07 issued by Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt on March 24, 2020 explicitly prohibits social gatherings of more than 10 people. This remains in effect through the Sixth Amended revision, issued March 29, 2020.

This injunction by the secular authorities is what mandates the suspension of our services.

View Instruction #19 of the Sixth Amended Executive Order 2020-07

Additionally, the State of Emergency revised March 28, 2020 by Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt mandates that residents should stay home through April 16, 2020, with exclusions for essential needs.

View Emergency Restrictions for the City of Oklahoma City

Similar restrictions have been announced by neighboring cities/communities in the OKC metro, you can find more information on their websites.

For public health information and recommendations, you can find educational materials, guidelines and other resources from the following agencies: