The Evangelical-Protestant Church of Georgia is moving to a remote mode of ministry.

Due to the prevalence and pandemic of covid-19 throughout the world, even before the state of emergency was declared in Georgia, the Evangelical-Protestant Church of Georgia decided to suspend all public services and move to a remote mode of ministry. That makes me able to serve online and build an active prayer network.
 This is dictated by the growing threat of a pandemic, as people who are powerless in the faith go to church, and because of negligence, the church cannot spread the virus. Also that .13: 5; “Let every soul obey the supreme hand.”
  In view of the foregoing, we urge the parishioners and the ministering community to show patience and high civic responsibility. Let us pray for our Lord to protect us in this difficult time and to be protected by the grace of the Lord.