We first want to thank you for your prayers and patience during this time of shelter-in-place.  Also, we want you to know that what we have put in place below has been done with proper medical guidance for your safety and well-being.  Please also know that, in case you are not able to attend, we will continue to record the services for you to view on Facebook and YouTube until you are able to join us again.

  • First, in accordance with CDC guidelines, these are some conditions under which you should remain at home

    • If you have a fever, the sniffles, or some other ailment

    • If you are 65 or older

    • If you have an underlying condition such as blood disorder, chronic kidney or liver disease, a compromised immune system, pregnant, endocrine disorder (glandular functions that affect the thyroid, diabetes and other organs), serious heart or lung disorders, or metabolic disorder

  • We will begin with only ONE Sunday morning worship service per week at 11:00 a.m.

  • Communion packets will be placed on the table in the foyer and members can pick them up as they come in; a brother will assist

    • You will be given a small Ziploc bag to discard your cups​

  • There will be four locations in the building where you can leave your offering; again, a brother will be present to assist you​

  • Prayer request cards will be in the foyer; you can fill them out and place them on the front pew for the minister during the invitation

  • Hand sanitizer will be available in the foyer

  • We have marked off every other pew where members can sit (we are asking families who reside at the same place of residence to sit together)

  • The two side areas will be open; we have arranged chairs for safe distancing

  • After service, the preacher will NOT be standing at the front door because this will cause members to congregate and not exit the building efficiently

    • We will also be using all three exits when leaving the building; IF you are able, use the one nearest where you sit​

  • Between services, we will have someone to clean the building which includes wiping down pews and items that others may have touched​.  They will also disinfect the bathrooms

  • To eliminate touching song books, all songs will be displayed on the screen above the pulpit (no books will be present or available)

  • If you are attending you MUST wear a mask; this is for your safety and the safety of others

Thank you again for your cooperation and patience with us as we try to worship God in a safe environment.

Preparing to Assemble Together - Sunday, May 17, 2020

Welcome

Hello and welcome to the Church of Christ at Shannon which meets in Union City, Georgia. We are happy that you have taken time out of your schedule to visit this site. We pray that the links on this website will enrich your biblical studies of the word of God. There are several audio sermons of our lessons that will help you as you press toward that straight and narrow pathway. If by chance you find your way to a beautiful town called Union City, stop by and visit us. When you arrive here you will find Christians who love the Lord and one another!

How Do We Conduct Worship?



The churches of Christ welcome you to worship the Lord with us.  We are here to serve God and to assist you in your walk with the Lord.  Our worship service is the same as that of the first century Christians in the Bible.  When you visit a church of Christ, the following acts of worship will take place: 

 

 

Services

SUNDAY

10:00 a.m.  Bible Study

11:00 a.m.  Morning Worship

  6:00 p.m.  Evening Worship

  2:00 p.m.  5th Sunday Evening Worship

 

WEDNESDAY

  7:00 p.m.  Bible Study

 

 

Shannon Church of Christ

5011 Jonesboro Road

Union City, GA  30291

 

770.969.9522

www.shannoncoc.com

 

 

© 2013 Shannon Church of Christ

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