With the concerns of the coronavirus, Antrim BIC Church is continually monitoring the situation.
Accordingly, we are cancelling all Services until April 6. More updates below.
We will continue to post updates on our schedule.
Check out Pastor Adam's note below.
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A NOTE FROM PASTOR ADAM
While there are lots of great resources to help Christians be wise and faithful amidst the coronavirus pandemic (try visiting thegospelcoalition.org homepage if you need a place to start), here are just a few words from me as your pastor.
Trust – Psalm 56:3 says, “When I am afraid, I will trust in You.” God is sovereign. Dark and scary times happen, but God is at work in and through them all.
Mourn – Matthew 5:4 says, “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.” Even as we trust, it is right to weep and grieve over the havoc sin wreaks with God’s good creation.
Pray – Psalm 63:1 says, “O God, You are my God, earnestly I seek You.” Ask for God’s merciful restraint of disease, for wisdom for political, economic, and medical leaders, for strength and endurance for health care providers, and that God would use this to magnify His glory in the hearts of men.
Hope – 2 Corinthians 4:17 says that “our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all.” In ways we cannot now fully fathom, our worship of God for all eternity will be greater precisely because of how we see God use and redeem sicknesses like the coronavirus.
Repent – 2 Corinthians. 6:1 tells us, “now is the day of salvation.” Suffering, darkness, and death have a way of putting our focus on eternal things. To whatever degree you’re concerned about coronavirus, use that as motivation to examine your own heart, repent of known sins, and receive God’s grace in Christ anew, or perhaps for the very first time.