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As our community and the nation discuss COVID-19, we want you to know that our Team at Pinellas Community Church is taking every precaution to keep our church family healthy; and we are praying for you.

At this moment, Pinellas Community Church plans to continue gathering. I believe that during moments. The team will monitor the situation closely, following recommendations from the Florida Department of Health & the Pinellas County Department of Health.

PCC is committed to providing safe and sanitized spaces for all who attend our services. You can help us in this endeavor by embracing the following best practices to keep you and your family safe as well as our church community:
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • Stay home when you are sick
  • Cover your coughs/sneezes with tissue or arm
  • Wash your hands often when soap and water (for at least 20 seconds - the length of saying the Alphabet)
  • If no soap and water is available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with 60%-95% alcohol
I have attached a General Prevention flyer provided by the FDOH that I believe will be helpful for all of us.
 We have NOT Canceled Services
If you or your family find yourselves sick and needing to stay at home, here are some ways to stay connected:
  • If you are looking for messages to watch online, you can find these by heading to or you can jump into the PCC app and click on the Messages link at the bottom. 
  • Because generosity is our privilege, our online giving remains an option to donate your Tithes, offerings and Peace Initiative giving by going to
  • You can also stay connected by following and interacting on one of our social media sites.  Staying connected is extremely important during this time.  
I know with the constant news surrounding all of this, your mind may be racing trying to discern facts vs emotions. You may be feeling a bit of anxiety even. You may be wondering when will this all end. I know I am. However, as followers of Jesus, we are people of faith and love, not fear.  That means we choose love over fear – and the perfect love of Jesus drives out all fear.

So I want to invite you to join me in praying for those who have already been affected, their families and medical professionals.  If you personally get ill, regardless of what it is, please let us know so that we can be praying for and monitoring your condition. I believe that together, we’ll come through this present crisis as a church family closer and stronger, and have an even more effective impact on our community.  
Now, go wash your hands.  I’m washing mine too!

Mark Canfield,
Lead Pastor
Pinellas Community Church