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Due to Gov. Kim Reynolds’ order on events or gatherings of more than ten people in response to COVID-19, churches had to worship online until May 1, even though that restriction has now been lifted many churches will still offer services online. Below is a list of churches who are livestreaming their services (not exhaustive, will be updated weekly during the COVID-19 restrictions).

Most churches also offer recorded services or sermons on demand (We included those who contacted us for the first edition of this update, but future updates only include churches that livestream their services.)

Our first publication was on April 4, 2020. This is the 5th and final update on May 2, 2020.

Algona:

Altoona:

Ames:

Ankeny:

Bloomfield:

Bondurant:

Boone:

Carlisle:

Carroll:

Cedar Falls:

Cedar Rapids:

Centerville:

Chariton:

Clive:

Corydon:

Council Bluffs:

Des Moines:

Elkhart:

Emmetsburg:

Fontanelle:

Greenfield:

Grimes:

Hull:

Indianola:

Iowa City: 

Johnston:

Lynnville:

Marshalltown:

Newton:

Norwalk:

Osceola: 

Oskaloosa: 

Ottumwa:

Panora:

Pella: 

Perry:

Pleasant Hill:

Polk City:

Randall:

Remsen:

Sigourney:

  • Sigourney First Baptist Church – Sundays at 9:00 am on Facebook

Springdale:

Stratford:

Stuart:

Sully:

Urbandale:

Vinton:

Washington:

Waterloo:

Waukee:

Waverly:

West Des Moines:

Winterset:

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  1. Would you please add all of the Churches in NW IA to your list? Many have been broadcasting live for several years. Thank you! Lisa

  2. St. John’s Lutheran Church in Monticello, Iowa will continue to upload services on its Facebook page even though it returns to worship services in the sanctuary this Sunday, May 3rd, at 955 am.

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