A message from our elders:

March 14th, 2020

Due to the ongoing Coronavirus/Covid-19 pandemic and the risks associated with this illness, we are cancelling all activities and services tomorrow, Sunday March 15, 2020, as well as Wednesday evening activities this week.  This afternoon we received updated information that, coupled with further requests for such actions by government officials, has prompted us to cancel these services out of an abundance of caution and with the best interests of our church family.

We will do our best to stay on top of this and will continue to serve God and Legacy through this event.  We will be working with our staff and Deacons this week to develop programs to meet the needs of our seniors and other members who are at-risk from this disease, as well as finding new ways to continue not only our worship services, but other activities and programs remotely via the internet.  Please be praying about how you can be part of these ministries, whether it be helping someone order groceries online, picking groceries or prescriptions up for someone, calling someone to check in on them, or simply praying for Legacy and all of those effected by this event.

“Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful.  And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.”  Hebrews 10:23-24

Continue to be a part of Legacy no matter where you are.  Worship together with us online, lift each other up in prayer, and pray for our government officials as they try to lead us through these trying times.  Please continue to give your tithes and offerings as God leads you, although we may not be able to open the doors of the building and be with you in the flesh right now, Legacy still needs your continued financial support.

We live in trying, but also wonderful times where we have the ability to meet together through the internet when something like this happens.  I desire that all of you continue to trust and worship God through these trying times, and use this event to strengthen your relationship with Christ and other believers.  I hope that none of you will live in fear, for God is good, he is wise, and he is in control.


Kevin Ashbaugh
On behalf of the Legacy Baptist Church Elders