As our city has gone into temporary isolation as a means to prevent the spread of the corona virus, CCLM has taken steps to continue reaching out to the community through the livestream and social media updates, making sure that, although we are all apart, we can still be connected and fellowship together.
On Monday, March 16, we closed our offices at request of Governor Sisolak. However, the staff is still on top of their ministries, brainstorming ways for small groups to meet, possible outreaches, ministry opportunities, and more! The pastors are still providing counseling (via phone call or video chat) to those who seek it.
Our email is always open and will be the fastest way to contact us if you are in need, and our prayer page here on the website is always open.
In this time of fear and chaos, there is always one steady and calm amidst the storm. Let the Lord God be your rock and shield, your pillar of hope, your light in the dark.
And the Lord, He is the One who goes before you. He will be with you, He will not leave you nor forsake you; do not fear nor be dismayed.”