In fulfilling our desire to love people, we seek to protect the health of everyone in and guests of our church family, especially those among us for whom the coronavirus (COVID-19) is a more serious concern. Following the lead of state and local government guidelines, we are adjusting all activities at Cascade Fellowship Church effective today through April 5.
The church office is currently closed. Staff emails are checked often and voicemail is checked throughout the day (616-949-4342).
We recognize that the current crisis affects our church community and the community around us. This allows us to minister in new ways and to new people!
Our elders, deacons, and staff are available to meet needs brought on by this unique situation. If you have needs, contact your elder or deacon or call the church office (949-4342). We would love to help in whatever is needed!
- Pray with us that the spread of the virus is contained and for the protection of the weakest among us who are at greater risk.
- Pray also that we as the body of Christ in Cascade can show his love to our community through our response to this situation.
Join us in worship via livestream Sundays at 10:30am.
Please worship together at home as a family.
The worship service will be abbreviated (30-40 minutes) featuring a song or two, a message, and time of prayer.
To join our worship livestream, follow these steps:
- Go to our website, cascadefellowship.org and click on MEDIA at the top.
- The live feed will begin shortly before worship begins.
- We broadcast a high quality digital product; however, your viewing experience depends on the device used to stream.
- Faster download speeds result in a smoother stream of the service.
- High quality audio equipment provides an optimal listening experience. (For example, a bluetooth speaker will yield better sound than a computer speaker.)
- Messages from previous weeks are also archived on our webpage under MEDIA.
If you have any questions, please contact Lynn (email@example.com).
- We encourage you to stay home and avoid contact with others to minimize the spread of this virus.
- We encourage you to follow guidelines from the Center for Disease Control and Kent County Health Department to reduce risk of contamination for yourself and your family. In general, the guidelines are the same as those to prevent colds and influenza-stay home as much as possible, wash hands often for 20 seconds, sneeze/cough into your elbow or a tissue and throw away, etc.