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Central Texas churches: How you can watch dozens of services online

Central Texas churches are turning to websites and Facebook to share their messages of faith and love.
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TEXAS, USA — Many Central Texas churches are choosing to stream their services in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

As of Friday, there is one confirmed case of the coronavirus in Belton and two other confirmed cases in Austin.

Central Texas churches are taking to Facebook and their websites to address the virus and urging those who are elderly, sick or know someone who may be sick to stay home.

"The local churches will continue to work together to find proactive ways to minister to one another as we work together to stop the spread of this virus," Executive Pastor of Vista Community Church Jon Stroker said. "As the situation continues to evolve over the next few week, our local churches will also be proactive about finding ways to serve our community, in whatever way, shape, or form."

Streaming Online:

Vista Community Church

No in-house service or activities March 15-21

Live stream at 10 a.m. 

First Baptist Temple

No in-house service or activities March 15-21

First Baptist Belton

No in-house service March 15-21

First Baptist Killeen

No small group activities March 15-21

Antioch Community Church

No in-house service March 15

Western Hills Church of Christ

No in-house service March 15

Bethel

No in-house service March 15

Live stream on Facebook at 11 a.m.

Temple Bible Church

No in-house service March 15

Holy Spirit Episcopal Church

No in-house service March 15

Morning prayer with homily ever Sunday in March at 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.

Grace Christian Center

No in-house service March 15

Services still in-house

Christian House of Prayer

Service as normal at 10 a.m.

Destiny Outreach Center

Services as normal at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m. in Spanish  

Skyline Baptist Church

Service as normal at 10:45 a.m.

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