McDonough Campus

Service Times

9:30am in the Chapel

11:00am in the Worship Center

Address

2400 Highway 42 North
McDonough, Georgia 30253

Contact Us

Phone: 770.957.1355

Griffin Campus

Service Times

11:00am Contemporary Worship

Address

2567 Teamon Road
Griffin, Georgia 30223

Contact Us

Phone: 770.957.1355

Coronavirus Update

LIVE STREAM SUNDAYS & WEDNESDAYS!

UPDATED: Thursday, March 26, 2020

No public gatherings until further notice.

WORSHIP ONLINE!

  • Worship Service LIVE STREAM every Sunday at 11AM
  • Worship and Bible study LIVE STREAM on Wednesdays at 7PM.

Weekly Schedule

  • NEW OFFICE HOURS: The church office will have a minimal staff and will be opened Monday-Friday, 9AM-4PM.
  • All regularly scheduled activities for BOTH campuses have been canceled until further notice. This includes all Wednesday morning and evening events, Sunday evening activities, Young Adults Tuesday Night gathering, Preschool KidsPlay, Student Ministry Martial Arts, and any other regular event.
  • Check with your church leader concerning any special events that were already planned.

Special Event Schedule

Below is a list of special events that have been canceled and/or postponed. This list is being updated weekly. Please check back later for further details on a specific event. 

  • Preschool Drive-in Movie: March 28 (CANCELED)
  • Newsboys/Mandisa Concert: April 24 (RESCHEDULED - AUGUST 21, 2020)
  • Priscilla Shirer Simulcast: April 25 (CANCELED)

Need help?

If you need assistance, then please do not hesitate to contact us.
Starting March 30, 2020, the church office will still be opened Monday-Friday from 9AM-4PM.

Please contact us at 770.957.1355 if you require any assistance.
After-Hours Emergency Minister on Call: 770.376.0426. 

We continue to closely monitor the Coronavirus and its impact on the world, our country and our church.  With so many events being cancelled, we want to be wise in our gatherings while still maintaining the fellowship we need and are called to as believers (Hebrews 10:24-25).  Here is our latest update on what we are doing as a church and how it affects each of us.  We will send regular updates to keep you informed on our plans as a church. 

What our church is doing

In addition to our normal sanitation practices, these are extra precautions that are being taken.

  • We are aggressively disinfecting high traffic areas with cleaning and disinfection of surfaces.
  • Our primary concern is the health and safety of our church family. As always, we appreciate your support and collaboration to ensure the safety and well-being of each other.

 

What you can do

The best way to prevent the spread of any respiratory virus (colds, flu, and COVID-19) is to follow CDC recommendations and engage in everyday, preventative measures to prevent the spread of germs and avoid illness, such as:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick and keep your child at home if he/she is sick (fever, frequent cough, vomiting, etc.)
  • Cough or sneeze into your elbow or use a tissue to cover it, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

 

How you can pray

In this difficult time for our world, God’s people should not live in fear, but trust the Lord will lead us through this time (2 Timothy 1:7 / Proverbs 3:5-6).  It is a time to pray and here are some specific things to pray for…

  • Begin your prayer time by praising God for His sovereignty. He still is and always will be in control of all things. Pray that we will trust Him to help us navigate this season of uncertainty.
  • Pray for wisdom for governmental leaders, the CDC, researchers, other medical personnel, and leaders in churches and other strategic places to respond wisely and appropriately.
  • Pray for the protection of doctors, nurses, crisis response teams, emergency first responders, researchers and other medical professionals who risk their lives to protect ours.
  • Pray for comfort and healing for those stricken with this virus. Pray they will receive the quality health care they need to regain health and strength. Pray for their healing and for a vaccine to cure and eradicate this virus.
  • Pray for peace and calmness, as well as freedom from fear, anxiety, and panic among individuals and communities.
  • Pray that we would be proactive in proclaiming the gospel and sharing the good news of Jesus Christ. Pray that this event would be a catalyst for revival in North America and around the world.

 

Other ways to prepare

Prepare to minister to fellow church members and neighbors, especially those who are older. If you live beside or are in close contact with families who have high-risk individuals in their homes, reach out to see if they need anything. Maybe that means offering to pick up supplies on your next trip to the store or dropping off some food if they’re unable to get out.

 

Look for opportunities to share the gospel. When conversations of fear and uncertainty arise with neighbors, talk about the hope you have in Jesus. Many people are looking for the answers that only He can provide.

 

Know how to worship with us online and how to invite others to join in. Our worship online is live streamed at 11:00am on Sundays and available on-demand as well. You can find this information on our website and app.

 

Continue to give – Eagle’s Landing is a generous church and we want to demonstrate our faith by giving in this time of crisis. The funds given help us to minister to many local, national and international agencies who will bring relief to those affected by Coronavirus. You can give online here.

Stay tuned and we will update you as needed.

 

 


Tuesday, March 10, 2020  |  Original Post

 

CORONAVIRUS

An expanding global outbreak of respiratory infections due to a novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is being closely monitored by the World Health Organization, Center for Disease Control, and local public health officials. There are thousands of diagnosed cases in China and new cases being diagnosed in a number of countries including the United States. Currently, there are six confirmed cases of COVID-19 here in Georgia with another 11 presumptive cases.

What We Know

COVID-19 is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. The most frequently reported symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. The majority of cases have resulted in mild illness. Older patients and people with chronic medical conditions may be at higher risk of severe illness. Imported cases of COVID-19 in travelers have been detected in the United States. Person-to-person spread also has been seen among close contacts of returned travelers from Wuhan, China.

What We Can Do

The best way to prevent the spread of any respiratory virus (colds, flu, and COVID-19) is to follow CDC recommendations to get the influenza vaccination and engage in everyday, preventative measures to prevent the spread of germs and avoid illness, such as:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick and keep your child at home if he/she is sick (fever, frequent cough, vomiting, etc.)
  • Cough or sneeze into your elbow or use a tissue to cover it, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
How ELFBC is Preparing

Flu season prevention practices will continue to be followed through cleaning and disinfection of surfaces, reminding people to "cover their cough" with a tissue or elbow, and encouraging frequent hand washing. As per the Henry County Health Department, there is no need to cancel church or social events at this time.

Please know that we will remain in close contact with the appropriate officials and follow any recommendations they issue. Our primary concern is the health and safety of our church family. As always, we appreciate your support and collaboration to ensure the safety and well-being of each other.

It is important to listen to facts and not respond out of fear. In order to stay up to date please visit the CDC's dedicated COVID-2019 website at: www.cdc.gov/nCoV.

Updates

Further updates will be provided on this web page as they become available.