The COVID-19 pandemic has distracted the normal operations of the churches across the globe. Most Christians went online to get the word of God. Hopewell Baptist Napa has opened its doors for its faithful to attend services. The social distancing between the family put in place and other COVID-19 regulations. With services scheduled, their timing, and those not able to participate in can Livestream. The services in the church are attended on weekdays, and Sunday being the leading service day. The service will begin on Sunday at 10am, with the Sunday School and the morning service kicking later at 11am. The evening service is scheduled for 6pm. The church is usually opened on Wednesday for mid-week service starting at 7pm in connection to Adult Discipleship at 7pm. On Friday, Hopewell Baptist church host RU at 7pm.
Pastor Mike Ray got his inspiration from his pastor when he was still young. There are four things needed to be done to get into heaven. We are all sinners as we are not perfect. From the first people Adam and Eve, who ate the forbidden fruit, we are sinners by nature, knowingly or unknowingly. The bible is clear that we shall all pass one day. Those who are unforgivable of their sins will enter heaven as they will enter through Jesus Christ. In that without Jesus, you cannot get into heaven. Those that are not forgivable will burn in hell. Jesus was born and died for our sins. He loves us so much, and whoever calls the name of Jesus shall be saved.