When: Sundays @ 10am
Where: Gingerwoods Event Hall
Faith Community Church is a place where true faith meets real life. What do we mean by that? Very simply, we believe that faith in Jesus not only redeems us, but it also shapes and influences every aspect of our lives.
Because we believe and treasure the gospel of Jesus Christ, you will hear us talk about it a lot. In fact, the truth of the gospel permeates all aspects of our Sunday morning worship service.
So what can you expect? Beginning November 1, 2020 we will have our worship service inside the building.
What will this look like?
- The pews will be appropriately distanced.
- We will do all we reasonably can regarding ventilation and indoor air quality, including opening windows and deploying multiple HEPA air filtration units throughout the sanctuary.
- Per the Governor's executive order requiring masks in any “indoor public space in which it is difficult to maintain a physical distance of at least six feet from all individuals who are not members of that person’s household,” we ask that you please wear a mask inside the building when you are not in your pew. Once you’re at your seat, you may remove your mask if desired. If you would like to fellowship without a mask, please do so outside the building away from the entrances and exits.
- Kids of Faith (ages three years old through kindergarten) will meet in the room across from the bathrooms. The Governor’s executive order exempts children 5 years old and younger from wearing a mask. We will also ventilate and deploy HEPA filtration in the Kids of Faith room.
- Our worship services will continue to be live-streamed.
- The basement will be available as a cry room where parents can live stream the worship service on their phones if needed.
- If you or anyone in your household does not feel well, has an above-normal temperature, or is experiencing any symptoms associated with the flu or COVID, please worship from home.
Unity or Uniformity?
During this challenging season, we understand that there are a variety of personal preferences and opinions related to COVID. So the question becomes, how do we move forward together?
As Christians, it is important to remember that unity does not mean uniformity. When God calls His church to unity, He is not requiring each Christian to abandon his or her personal thoughts and opinions. Rather, He is calling each Christian to a mature demonstration of love where they lower their personal preferences for the sake of peace (Colossians 3:12-14).
Why are we not including even more specific requirements and rules?
What we are asking each person to do honors the Governor’s executive order. We think items that are not explicitly required by the state are best left to the conscience of the individual. To this end, let us continue to show genuine respect and love to one another.