We are responding to coronavirus (COVID-19) in the ways we believe best protect our community and the most vulnerable among us.
We are responding to coronavirus (COVID-19) in ways that bring the hope
and peace we have to our community.
Sunday, January 3
Our services are continuing in-person at 10:30am and online via Facebook at 11:15am.
Our kids church is open! JCC Kids is split into 3 age groups:
Little Kids 3 months - 2 years
Preschool 3 years - 5 years
Big Kids 1st - 5th Grade
Sunday, November 29
We are back in-person (at 10:30am) and online (at 11:15am). Yay! We are planning on continuing services in-person, this includes our in-person candlelight service on Christmas Eve.
Social distancing and masks are still encouraged.
Sunday, November 15
The next two Sundays (Nov 15 & 22) Juneau Christian Center will have church only via Facebook Live. The Sunday after Thanksgiving will be announced later depending on updated information. This is due to our Governor asking people to hunker down a little as numbers have been rising in our state. Thank you for your faithfulness as we navigate this season of life. God has not given us a spirit of fear. We are also grateful for our level-headed governor in regards to this pandemic. So, in asking for some social distancing this next couple of weeks, we want to honor that.
If you have Operation Christmas Child boxes to deliver (they are due this Sunday) you can drop them off at the church anytime during the day Friday through Sunday. There will be a plastic tote outside the front doors that you can store them in. You can also deliver them directly to Ann Bricker as well. Message us here for her address if you need that info.
Thank you church!
Sunday, May 31
The building is opening back up! As our state is moving towards phase 3/4 of the Reopen Alaska plan our Sunday morning (in-person) services are starting back up!
What does that look like for us?
- Masks are not required. However, you are more than welcome to wear one.
- There will be no Kids Church at this time. Children are encouraged to join us in the Sanctuary. We will have activity pages to help keep little hands busy.
- We will not be serving coffee or food, but you are welcome to bring your own!
- Our building is being cleaned/disinfected weekly and all surfaces are being wiped down.
- Chairs in our sanctuary are being spaced out further to assist with social distancing.
- We do plan to continue our online live-stream of the service. *This will not include worship which means our new live-stream time is 11am on Sunday morning.
Sunday, May 17
As our state is entering Phase 1 of reopening we will continue our services online via Facebook Livestream.
While phase 1 does give us approval to meet in person, we are limited to a group no larger than 50 people. That said, we are going to start Worship Nights @ 6pm - Sunday, May 17, 24, and 31st. This gives us the opportunity for corporate worship, while still keeping our numbers lower.
Sunday, March 22
"There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear!" In a time where news travels fast and we have access to a plethora of media influences, can we encourage you to stand firm on the hope that our God is not shaken by the circumstances of this world? In fact, His words in the midst of the storm are, "Peace, be still."
We also want to love our city well and care for those around us. With that in mind, we have made the decision to move our church presence online for this Sunday. We know that church isn't just a building! It's the ministry we do every day.
What does that look like for us this week?
- Worship Online (JCC Music playlist through Spotify or Youtube):
- Submit a prayer request by email to:
- Give online at:
- Join us Online (via Facebook Live) Sunday @ 10:30am:
- Resources for Kids:
https://www.bible.com/kids - (This week we are going through The Donkey King)
We will take the situation one week at a time and keep everyone updated week to week!
Sunday, March 15
Hey church framily!
We wanted to reach out and let you know that we are having service in the morning. We are taking advice from CDC to wash hands and avoid handshaking and hugging. We are going to look to Jesus in the midst of this storm. We also ask that if you are showing signs of being sick or you feel that your immune system puts you in a compromised situation, please stay home.
We will have our sermons online immediately following the service.
This virus does not take God by surprise and we are encouraging every member of our congregation to remain active in our prayer emphasis this month. This is something that can be done corporately and in our homes!