Coronavirus Response



We recognize that many in our community will need assistance in the coming days.
Let us know if you are interested in lending a helping hand.


Guidelines for SC Volunteers and Organizations during COVID-19 Outbreak

SC Guidelines for Volunteers

“During this National Emergency, we understand that those who are not suffering from the virus, or who may have already recovered from the virus, may want to help. However, all volunteer activities should adhere to critical health and safety protocols in order to protect those whom you wish to help, yourselves, and the organizations you serve with.” ( Statement from the South Carolina Service Commission)

Let us know how we can partner with you.

I Need Help

In compliance with national and state recommendations, we have suspended all in-person services and events on campus. Instead, we will just gather online. This is not about panic or fear. This is about doing everything within our power to halt the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in our areas. We know that you are committed to helping to do that as well. Keep checking back for updates.


We’ll continue with online services on Sundays at 11am; join us at or via our app. In addition, we’d encourage everyone to follow us on social media (@wearecathedral).

We trust that God is still on the move and will be our shelter and defense during this challenging time. Let’s continue demonstrating our love for people and keeping the atmosphere filled with hope.


  1. Pray for our community and those directly affected by COVID-19. Pray for the health care workers that are treating the sick and those authorities in our nation, state and local community who are making difficult decisions. Pray that God would protect our community from further spread of the virus.
  2. Reflect the hope we have in Jesus. In these anxious days, the church (all of us who are Christ-followers) can shine as a light of hope, care, faith, patience, and wisdom. We can demonstrate for the world how our faith provides true assurance against worry and fear.
  3. Care for one another. Stay connected with friends and family via text, calls, emails, etc. Keep us informed if you or someone you know is infected.
  4. Practice recommended personal hygiene.
    • Wash your hands frequently (at least 20 seconds).
    • Cover coughs and sneezes.
    • Stay home if you’re sick and enjoy our service online.

“Don’t fret or worry. Instead of worrying, pray. Let petitions and praises shape your worries into prayers, letting God know your concerns. Before you know it, a sense of God’s wholeness, everything coming together for good, will come and settle you down. It’s wonderful what happens when Christ displaces worry at the center of your life.”- Philippians 4:6-7 (The Message)