–Boothbay Baptist Church has cancelled its services for now, as well as the Thursday night youth group meetings. Sunday sermons are being live-streamed on Boothbay Baptist Church’s and Steven Nash’s Facebook pages.
––Boothbay Region Community Fellowship in Boothbay is suspending services and meetings for at least two weeks. At 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, call phone number 1-425-436-6200, access code 160480 and join us in prayer.
–Barters Island Baptist Church is canceling its services for the next two weeks. “In light of the governor’s proclamation, we will not be holding services,” said Pastor Rich Azud.
–Edgecomb Community Church’s Facebook page announced the church will not meet Sundays for a while out of precaution over COVID-19, but will stay in touch via email, mail and phone.
–Boothbay Harbor Congregational Church: All in-person worship, events, and gatherings have been suspended until further notice. Please join us remotely by using the link on our website for a 30-minute worship Sundays at 10 a.m. There will no bulletins available for these live worship services. Take this time to put down the devices and be present for 30 minutes of prayer, song, and connection. The church depends on your ongoing financial support so that we can be there in ministry for others. You can mail in your pledge or weekly offering, or donate online here.
–The Anchor Church, which holds services at 4 p.m. in the Rotary Club of Boothbay Harbor’s clubhouse, will follow a similar path. The church will broadcast on Facebook live its Sunday service and weekly Bible studies in lieu of a public gathering.
–St. Columba’s Episcopal Church in Boothbay Harbor has suspended public services indefinitely per order of the state organization. The church will provide links on its website to view other services from the national organization.
–Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church will not hold public or online services.
The United Methodist Churches in East Boothbay, Boothbay Harbor and Southport will suspend services for March 22 and March 29. “I tried to hold off the inevitable, but I want people to be safe. We will look at opening up again as we approach March 31,” said UMC pastor Rich Rego. Visit http://www.bbrumc.org/ for more information.