Responding to COVID-19

We are here for you.

The scale of this global pandemic is so great that it is challenging even global superpowers, but it is not too big for God. It is not too big for the Church.

In response to COVID-19, a team of lay leaders and All Angels’ staff have formed a network to coordinate spiritual and physical resources to meet the unprecedented needs of our congregation and our broader community. Reach out to us and let us know how we can support you:

What We’re Doing

Staying Connected

Building on our existing network of house churches, we have established thirteen geographically-based groups, each with independent leadership empowered to serve their neighborhoods.

If we do not have your contact info, it’s not too late to fill out the form! If you have already filled out the form and your needs have changed, email us and let us know how we can support you.

Virtual Fellowship

Connect with All Angels’ Church on Facebook to receive notifications and participate in these gatherings.


Prayer Pods

In the midst of fear, uncertainty, irritability, and sorrow, we turn to God in prayer. This is one of the primary ways we are lifting up our brothers and sisters in Christ. We have a dozen prayer pods meeting already.

Email if you would like to join a small group of 3-4 people meeting throughout the week to pray together.

Creative Community Building

The COVID-19 team has received many creative offers of support from parishioners, who have offered to host job hunt seminars, virtual crafting circles, exercise classes, and more. Check out All Angels’ weekly emails and join the All Angels’ Church Connect Group on Facebook to stay updated on current offerings.

Psalm 91 Fund

All Angels’ has established the Psalm 91 Fund to assist those in our community experiencing financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.  If you would like to apply for funds click here.  To give to the Fund click here and select “Psalm 91” in the drop down menu.  If you have any questions, please email