All services moved online

Thursday: 7:30pm    |   Sunday: 9:30 & 11:00am

Upcoming Practice Services: 

June 4/7 | June 11/14

We’re calling these practice services because we all need the “practice” of what it looks like to meet-in-person under these new reality we find ourselves in.

Each service will be limited to 100 guests and will be reserved through a registration form that will open June 1st.  

Student and Kids Ministries will NOT be offered during these services.

1. Weekend services are available exclusively online and on demand.

2. We’ve created digital resources for parents as well as online group options for children and students.

3. We would like to communicate with you during the week via email. If you’re not currently receiving email from County Line, sign up now!

4. If you have needs or prayer requests, we want to know.

Prayer & Care

For many, the spread of this virus has caused fear and anxiety. Scripture is clear that God has given us a spirit of love, not fear. (2 Timothy 1:7) Our prayer is that we would sense peace in the midst of these circumstances. (Philippians 4:6-7) This does not mean we should be careless or reactionary; rather, may we work together to serve our church and community in a way that demonstrates trust in our God who is in control.

While we are not called to live out of fear, all of us at times like these can become anxious. These are times like none of us have ever seen or experienced.  With that being said, it is a time for us as the Church to step up and serve the most vulnerable.  We have put together resources below for you to be aware of and hope will help you better serve your neighbors.

Free Community Resource List

Ways To Be A Light During These Times

Submit Prayer Request

Allen County’s Volunteer Response Opportunities

Help us stock up the County Line Auburn Campus Food Pantry

There’s A Big Difference Between Social Distance & Social Isolation

30 Ways To Connect To Neighbors During COVID-19

Meals For Healthcare Workers

Ways To Serve Healthcare Workers

Crisis Conversation Guides

It can be challenging to know how to talk with your children and teens about what’s happening in our community. These age-appropriate guides can be helpful in navigating the waters of difficult conversations.