Are we meeting in person?
- We will be meeting in person and online! We are also taking some precautions for those meeting in person. Check out the message on "This week at Peninsula Grace" for more info.
How long will our Body have the option of meeting online?
- We will continue to livestream for the foreseeable future. We understand that our people are in different places of comfort and safety, and want to continue to provide a way for our Body to engage in our Sunday worship gatherings, both in-person and on-line.
Is there a Sunday service?
- Yes! In-person services at 9:00am and 10:45am.
- We are livestreaming on Sunday mornings at 10:45am. You can also watch archived sermons here.
- And as usual, all of our sermon audios and PowerPoints can be found under the sermons tab. Read ahead for next week's sermon!
How can I stay informed?
- As a church, none of us know what this will look like or for how long! So, for the latest updates and resources...
- 1) If you would like to receive text updates, text INFORMATION to 262-427-6444. Also use that number if you have a prayer request, a need, know of a need, or would like more information about anything! (Well, church-related, it's not a Google substitute!)
- 2) Join our church Facebook page: Peninsula Grace - lots of good info popping up there daily!
- 3) Sign up for our weekly Church News email
- 4) Sign up for Breeze, our church app. We want to communicate with everyone well, and this is our resource for contact information and communication. It also provides church directory, calendar, online giving, forms and feedback. (If you have not received church text messages, you are not yet signed up!)
- 5) Periodically check out this page!
- 6) Contact the church office! Stop in during regular office hours: Mon-Thurs, 9am-3pm. Or... call one of our staff's personal cell phone number at 2am - they'll love it
How can I give to the church?
- During this time, as always, we trust the Lord to supply our needs. We do still have a (more than ever) hard-working staff, missionaries to support, people to serve and bills to pay. So how do you do that?
- 1) Give online here! You can give with a credit card or bank transfer. Automatically repeating giving options are available. You can also specify if it is for regular offering, or a specific missionary, etc. Our website is secure.
- 2) Stop in to the office, Monday-Thursday, 9am-3pm and throw us a check or cash from a distance of 6 feet away or greater.
- 3) Mail check or cash to Peninsula Grace Church, 44175 K-Beach Road Soldotna, AK 99669
- We have a secure box in the back of our worship center for in-person giving during our Sunday gatherings.
What are some resources for community and growth during this period?
- We encourage you, first and foremost, to stay connected to Jesus as an individual and a family! We have a 2020 church prayer and reading calendar where you can engage in a daily reading and prayer guide. We will also be posting videos and devotionals to help guide you and your family
- Some of our community groups are meeting (in person or via zoom, as the situation warrants), and our adult classes, Kids' Discipleship, and Youth Group will be resuming in the fall.
- Our family of churches, known as the Charis Fellowship, has some great resources that can be found here, including sermons, articles and ideas for how to do life together in this time of social distancing.
What about stuff for my kids?
- We have some additional recommended resources down at the bottom of our PG at Home + Kids page.
How do I find the livestream on YouTube?
- 1) Open your YouTube app.
- 2a) If you are not already a subscriber to the Peninsula Grace Church channel, search for “peninsula grace church” in the search bar, which you can find by clicking the left arrow. When you find it, subscribe!
- 2b) If you are a subscriber to the channel, you can find the channel in your subscriptions, also found by clicking the left arrow button on the home screen. There should be an option in the right hand corner to “Visit Channel”
- 3) Once on the channel, scroll down to find “Created Playlists,” and select the “Live-Stream Sermons!” There you will find this week's sermon!
- You can also cast the video from the channel on your phone to a device like a Fire Stick from Amazon, or a Roku, or on a smart TV. When you are on the YouTube app on your phone, look for and choose the symbol with the square and three curved lines in the corner. This should bring up the name of the device to which you would like to cast it.
- Or, another option is just plugging your laptop into your TV via an HDMI cable.
- Any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.