CLARIFICATION: In the following article, which was published in today’s print edition of The Atmore Advance, it said that Pastor Kevin Garrett broadcast church services via the Internet for several years. This is not the case. In fact, Garrett was at a church for 17 years and broadcasted services via TV, not the Internet. We’re sorry for the error and were happy to set the record straight.
First Baptist Church of Atmore Pastor Kevin Garrett is no stranger to leading alternate forms of worship.
Garrett, along with many other local and area churches, live streamed worship services March 22 to help limit the spread of COVID-19.
Garrett, along with a few church volunteers and a worship leader, led a live-streamed service at 11 a.m. via the church’s Facebook page.
Prior to coming to FBC, Garrett said he was at a church for 17 years and broadcasted services via TV.
The following churches have switched to streaming Sunday services:
- First Baptist Church of Atmore will live stream services on its Facebook page at 11 a.m. on Sundays. (All on campus activities are suspended through April 5.)
- Trinity Episcopal Church will live stream services via the following link: https://dailyoffice.wordpress.com/
- The archdiocese of Mobile announced Tuesday that all worship services have been canceled through April 5.
- First Assembly of God will hold a drive in crusade March 22, tomorrow, where the congregation and visitors will park in parking spaces and remain in their cars. Time of service is at 11 a.m.
- First United Methodist Church of Atmore is offering a worship experience live at 11 a.m. on its Facebook page.
- Grace Fellowship Atmore will live stream via its Facebook page at 10 a.m.