Coronavirus Response

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This Week's Livestream Service Schedule

Our main worship services are usually Sundays at 8:30 am, 10:30 am, and 5:00 pm. Both morning services are identical with the same Bible message and music program, so choose the one that best fits your schedule. The evening service is a separate service with music and preaching specific for that service. All services are available in person or online at

Next Sunday
  • 8:30 & 10:30 AM Morning Worship Service
    In person or online
  • 5:00 PM Evening Service
    In person or online
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If you or your family have traveled out of town in the last ten days, if you are in a high risk category, or if you have underlying conditions, we encourage you to watch our services from home. Thank you for your consideration as we endeavor to keep everyone healthy and safe.

6 Feet Social Distancing Guidelines

Auditorium and all classes are sanitized before each service according to or exceeding CDC guidelines.


  • Wear a mask (ages 5 and up)

  • Wash your hands before and after services

  • Stay six feet from others

  • Cover your coughs or sneezes

  • Visit hand sanitizer stations frequently

  • Be willing to have your temperature taken


  • Shake hands

  • Hug others

  • Come to church if you are sick

  • Touch your face, nose, and mouth

  • Leave trash in the Main Auditorium

Stay Connected

If you are a member of Lancaster Baptist Church, make sure we have your current email address and mobile number. We will be communicating through text and email as our service schedules change.

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Additional Resources

The Biblical Responsibility of the Church to Assemble

The Biblical Responsibility of the Church to Assemble

As the head of the church, Jesus has commanded us to assemble (Hebrews 10:25), to preach (2 Timothy 4:2), and to sing praise to Him (Colossians 3:16). The church is described as an assembly of called out believers. While the times of these assemblies may vary and considerations may be made for health and safety, nevertheless, the church must not cease corporate worship or we will be in disobedience to Christ our head.

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