Homestead Church

Drive-In Church Sundays @9a

Unapologetics Sundays @10:30a on YouTube

Join us for KidFest!

Sunday Sept 27 9am-11am

We will have a special Drive-In Worship service! Bring your kids, grandkids, or neighbors! We will have kid-friendly worship, and following the service we will have socially distanced games, snacks, and more!

Welcome to your Homestead Church connecting page!


1. Do you meet on Sundays?

Yes! We have a drive in service @9am in the NW Corner of our parking lot. Check out our social distancing guidelines before attending. We also have a  YouTube channel where we share new videos every Sunday @10:30am, called Unapologetics.

2. I'm not ready to gather in person yet. What can I do? 

For those that do not feel comfortable attending our drive-in services in person, we upload videos of all our Drive-In services to our YouTube channel, too!

Also, please see the weekly Bible readings, study guide, and prayer guide listed below. Do these pieces alone or with your family as part of your daily discipleship.

3. How are you helping the community?

Homestead Church seeks to be a community of love and compassion - and we are still capable of being in community with one another while practicing social distancing. Each of us should try to be hands and feet of Jesus during these difficult times.

4. What are your plans going forward?

We are closely following the guidelines of Bishop Ough, which has a phased plan for church gatherings. As of right now, this means that there are no in-person gatherings planned inside of the church.

If you have any questions, please feel free to send us an email.

In Christ, 

Your Homestead Church Family

Homestead Church loves everyone. If you want to learn more about racial justice and what you can do, check out these resources.

  • Deconstructing White Privilege (video)

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  • Time Magazine Article by Eddie Glaude Jr.

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  • For Our White Friends Desiring to be Allies (list)

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  • 75 Things You Can Do (list)

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  • Where Do I Start? (list)

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We rolled out our new YouTube Live show this week! Our Sunday Morning Show had a good run, and you can view all of our past videos here. Our new UNAPOLOGETICS show airs each Sunday at 10:30am!


Growing In My Faith Weekly guide

Daily Bible Readings from the Lectionary

  • Friday, September 25, 2020: Psalm 78:1-4, 12-16; Numbers 20:1-13; Acts 13:32-41
  • Saturday, September 26, 2020: Psalm 78:1-4, 12-16; Numbers 27:12-14; Mark 11:27-33
  • Sunday, September 27, 2020: Exodus 17:1-7 and Psalm 78:1-4, 12-16 • Ezekiel 18:1-4, 25-32 and Psalm 25:1-9 • Philippians 2:1-13 • Matthew 21:23-32
  • Monday, September 28, 2020: Psalm 42; Exodus 18:1-12; Philippians 1:3-14
  • Tuesday, September 29, 2020: Psalm 42; Exodus 18:13-27; Philippians 1:15-21
  • Wednesday, September 30, 2020: Psalm 42; Exodus 19:9b-25; Matthew 9:2-8
  • Thursday, October 1, 2020: Psalm 19; Exodus 23:1-9; Colossians 2:16-23
  • Friday, October 2, 2020: Psalm 19; Exodus 23:14-19; Philippians 2:14-18; 3:1-4a

Questions to Answer for Bible Study (choose one passage from each daily list)

  • What does this passage teach me about God?
  • What does this passage teach me about humanity?
  • How should I respond to God in light of this passage?
  • What impact does this have on my life today?

Dedicated Prayer (try for at least five minutes per day)

  • Begin with praising God, and thank God for all the good in your life
  • Ask that God’s will would be done in your life, your church’s life, and the wider world
  • Pray for things that are on your heart, things that worry you, or things you need
  • Ask for God’s forgiveness for the sin in your life and ask for help in forgiving those who have harmed you
  • Pray that God’s Holy Spirit would be with you and enable you to live a Christ-like life this week

Being Christ’s Hands and Feet This Week

  • Strive to be a servant to someone at least once this week. If you find that too easy, shoot for serving once a day.
  • Send someone an encouraging message.
  • Call (yes, on the phone) someone you love and check in on them.
  • Offer to help a neighbor or friend that may need assistance getting supplies from the store.