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22 MARCH 2020

Good morning, Trust you're keeping well and safe, by God's grace. We want to give an update on how COVID-19 is affecting our Church Services and the steps we are taking.

As we all continue to raise public awareness of this recent health issue, in order to promote its 'growing environmental consciousness', the recommendations of the UK government keep on advancing in response to the COVID-19 challenge and expert scientific advice.

Following the Prime Minister's recent statements and in line with the current advice from the government, the leadership of Sense of Grace would like to convey the following:

This is a special reminder to focus on Jesus Christ and to avoid panic this season. Always remember that God will keep in perfect peace those whose minds are focused on Him, because we trust in Him (see Isaiah 26:3).

With effect from Friday, 20th March, our official public gatherings such as our Sunday services at Mary Seacole, 627-633 Barking Road Plaistow, London, E13 9EZ, which would normally entail physical attendance, will move to virtual services until further notice. You will be able to continue to enjoy the life-enriching services on our social media platforms as we bring you the updates.

If you require personal attention or ministration during our service times, please contact us by registering as a member on this website or by using the online chat or by emailing us at leave your name and your number for immediate follow up call.

Wednesday (midweek) service will continue to take place virtually as usual. Further information about this will be communicated later. As we are concerned about your well-informed interest in this season, we encourage you to continue to adhere to the government advice on personal hygiene, handwashing and social distancing. Information about this is available at the following link:

Other possible link for live global updates:

Please visit our Church website and social media platforms frequently where you'll be provided regular updates.

We urge you to continue to pray for our nation or the nation where you live, then particularly for those at the frontline of the battle against the Coronavirus challenge. Pray for God's supernatural wisdom and protection for them and their families.

The Bible reminds us that we are from God and have overcome the world, for He who is in us is greater than any challenge in the world (1 John 4:4). In addition to this, we know that the effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much, dynamic in its working (James 5: 16). Our unceasing corporate prayers will make a huge difference in overcoming this challenge.

We shall continue to follow the updates and directives of the government and further information will be provided as the situation unfolds.

Pastor EJC




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