COVID-19 Update




Update on Worship at Glenkirk Church

Glenkirk Family,

With the recent spike in COVID19 cases in Los Angeles county, the LA County Department of Public Health has released new requirements for in person worship services. Among these new requirements are an elimination of all singing during the worship service. This applies to both indoor and outdoor worship services.

Since singing together is such a significant part of our worship experience at Glenkirk, we will be moving back to live stream services ONLY until further notice. To comply with this new order, Glenkirk’s campus will be closed to all in person worship services. The new order permits us to have one person singing during our livestream broadcast as long as the service is for the purpose of live streaming only and not open to the public. I invite you to worship with us from home via our livestream at

Thank you for your patience with us during this time. We are trying to adjust as quickly as we can to ever changing circumstances during this public health crisis. This Sunday I will be talking about some of the ways the Holy Spirit is at work in our world and in the Church today. I fully believe the Spirit is at work during this public health crisis. We are in this together and look forward to seeing the many ways God works in us and through us.

Standing with you,

Pastor Tim Peck


Join us in saving lives! Glenkirk Church will host a blood drive on Saturday, August 29th from 10:00am-2:00pm. Your antibody testing results reveal your potential to donate convalescent plasma, a powerful way to help those fighting COVID-19! The drive is by appointment only. Appointments may be made online at or by calling 800-879-4484.


One of our covenant partners approached me with the idea of giving his government stimulus check to Glenkirk, so it could be redistributed to someone else who has a greater economic need. This person’s generosity reminded me of the early church, where people gave special gifts to the church to distribute to those who had need (Acts 2:45). If you wish to give all or a portion of your stimulus check in order to help others in our community who may have a greater need, you can direct that gift to Glenkirk’s Deacon fund. Everything given to this fund will be used to help others struggling financially. Thank you also for your consistent tithes and offerings during this time. Many churches are struggling financially during this time, and we have seen a slight drop in giving to our general fund giving over the last month. You can give online to our General Fund and our Deacon fund at or you can mail your tithe to 1700 Palopinto Ave., Glendora, CA 91741. A few people have asked about dropping off their giving at the church. We do have a drop box at the entrance to the church offices on Seller’s Street that you can use to drop off your giving check if you don’t use online banking or give online.


We have made our connection card available online! Here you can tell us about your experience and submit prayer requests and questions to our team.

We look forward to when we can meet together in person. What a celebration that will be! In the meantime, let’s stay connected in these ways to embody our mission together: to be a worshipping community, inviting everyone to join in the journey of becoming fully devoted followers of Jesus, loving God and his world.

Thank you for your faithful giving over these last three weeks we have been apart. We are seeking to steward these resources well, and you can continue to give online at Just last month we were able to provide groceries for 17 international students who are stranded at their university without consistent food services. One of our members dropped off care packages to a dozen of our older members. Others have baked cookies and delivered to local seniors. We continue to support all our mission partners, both internationally and local. 

Adult Small Groups  

Interested in joining a small group? Small groups provide an opportunity to grow in your knowledge of God’s word and experience authentic community. Our small groups span all ages and phases of life. We will be meeting virtually via zoom until further notice. 


God is with us during this season, as he has been with God’s people during difficult times in the past. He is inviting us to new ways of trusting him, innovative ways of loving him (like worshipping via livestream), and creative ways of serving him. We may feel caught off guard, but I can’t help but believe that God has been preparing us for this season for a long time. So let’s cling to the promise that, “being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus” (Philippians 1:6).


Even though we are physically apart during this time, we want to stay connected! We want to pray for you. Just let us know how. You can submit prayer requests and schedule a phone call or video chat with a pastor or deacon to pray with you. Also consider signing up for a time slot for our prayer chain. You can sign up for a slot at and we will send out prayer prompts for you to use. 

To contact our prayer team or submit a prayer request, CLICK HERE or send an email to


I am so encouraged by the creative ways Glenkirk members have been reaching out to our community. Our members continue to sew face masks for our local hospital and at-risk members in our community. 

We have the opportunity to partner with local hospitals to provide face masks for doctors and nurses! If you have sewing supplies at home, we encourage you to join in on this outreach. CLICK HERE for more details, videos tutorials, and templates for making and donating face masks.

If you have practical needs we can meet during this time, we are mobilizing our deacon ministry to this end. If you are need of assistance, please contact your deacon using your Glenkirk Church profile on Church Community Builder (CCB) or you can email us at Also, if you have specific prayer requests, you can submit them to this email address, and we will get them to our prayer team. We want to support you during this time in every way we can.


Blood Drive | Saturday, August 29

Join us in saving lives! Glenkirk Church will host a blood drive on Saturday, August 29th from 10:00am-2:00pm. Your antibody testing results reveal your potential to donate convalescent plasma, a powerful way to help those fighting COVID-19! The drive is by appointment only. Appointments may be made online at or by calling 800-879-4484.

Our sermons are available LIVE on YouTube, Sundays at 9:00am and 10:45am!

CLICK HERE to watch our live stream.


Other Ministry Updates


After a six-month search, Session has voted to call Jonathan Pierre-Puckett as Glenkirk’s new Assistant Pastor of Student Ministries starting in July. The interview team who conducted the search considered 40 different applicants, reviewed supplemental questions from 12, and then interviewed six. The interview team was impressed with Jonathan’s pastoral heart for students of all kinds, his desire to partner with parents in student spiritual formation, his proven track record of reaching unchurched students, and his commitment to developing leaders. Because Jonathan is already ordained, he will be joining us as an Assistant Pastor.

Jonathan came to faith in Christ at San Clemente Presbyterian Church, where he also first began volunteering with students. Most recently, Jonathan served for six years on a church staff as a director and then an associate pastor of student ministries at a church in Orange County. He earned his B.A. from Westmont College in Santa Barbara, and he has two courses remaining to complete his Masters in Pastoral Studies from Azusa Pacific Seminary. Jonathan also has a certificate from Urban Youth Workers Institute. Jonathan has been married a little over a year to his wife Rhianna, who works in student affairs at APU.


We want to stay connected during this time! To do so, many of our ministries have moved to online meetings! Zoom enables small groups, bible studies and more to connect through video chat. If you don’t have a webcam, you can still join with your speakers/mic only.















Recent Sermons

Recent Devotions


Online Resources for Sunday School 

Assistant Director of Children’s Ministries, Amber McMahon,  has put together various resources and at-home activities that can be done with your child and/or together as a family! We encourage you all to utilize these, as it will not only keep a sense of normalcy for Sunday mornings; but it will also be a great way for your child to learn faith cues from you! If you are not currently receiving emails from our Children’s Ministry Department, please email to be added!

  • Sunday school will not meet in person until further notice.
  • Club 8 and Homebuilders will not meet in person until further notice.
  • AWANA Programs will not meet in person until further notice.

KidMin Online (Elementary)

Glenkirk KidMin will be online only throughout the stay at home order. We have put together many resources for you to use at home! If you have any questions with any of this, please email Amber McMahon! 

Step 1: Go to
Step 2: Click on “Get Started!” to create a free account. (This must be an email that you can easily access, as they will be sending a verification code to verify your account!)
Step 3: Once your account has been created, go back to
Step 4: Click on “Login” rather than “Redeem Your Digital Pass” as this is a much easier route. It will prompt you to enter your login details, and then it should bring you to the main page. (Which looks like the image below)

Step 5: Click on the light blue icon that says “LifeWay Kids at home” (It looks like the image below)

Step 6: This will then take you to your main “Dashboard” which houses all of your curriculum resources, videos, and activities. (This looks like the images below)

Step 7: You’re in! There are instructions on how to use what they have, and which videos to watch as well. The main video is the second one from the left on both rows, so this one will go over the lesson and other components of it in the best way possible.



KidMin Online (Early Childhood)

Dear Parents, 
I hope you had a really great week. For the last two Sundays, we’ve been learning that God made us and loves us so much. We are important to Him.Today, we will learn that because God loves us so much, He gave us a gift. Watch the story video to find out more. The Parent Guide includes a simple craft which you can make with your child. We also included Yancy’s Praise the Lord song video. Encourage your child to touch the parts of the body mentioned as you sing along. Lastly, make sure you read through the Parent Cue and do the suggested activity with your child. Have fun!         

Story & Worship Experience





This week, some of our volunteers will be dropping off goody bags for our little ones. Just our simple way of letting them know that we are thinking of them and miss them so. We put together fun stuff which at the same time are meaningful and relevant. So we have a God Made Me Special craft which we hope you can find time to make. When you are done, hang it someplace to remind the kids that they are special because God made them. The lemonade, Goldfish or Ritz  crackers, the bubbles and play dough are some of their favorite things in Sunday School. The maracas and the bouncy ball help remind them to keep smiling because Jesus loves them. The kids may want to use the maracas while singing along to Yancy’s “Praise the Lord” song. Have fun and stay safe.
Have a blessed week!    
Partnering with you in nurturing your child’s faith,
Early Childhood Ministry /
Tel.# 262-385-8842

Student Ministries

ENGAGE students will be meeting virtually only for the coming weeks! Join us Sunday via Instagram LIVE  (@GlenkirkStudents) and on our YouTube channel, and Wednesdays via ZOOM for Bible study, worship, and discussion. For questions about Student Ministries, please email

We are using a daily devotional for students: