For the first time since March of 2020, we're heading back into our sanctuary for Sunday Worship Services!
Here are some frequently asked questions about our indoor services:
How often will indoor services be held?
Starting June 20, indoor services will be held every week at 9am and 11am.
Do I need to register?
Nope! No registration is required.
Do I need to wear a mask?
Yes, masks will continue to be required through at least Sunday, June 27, including for those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. We believe that this is the wisest and safest decision for our church in the early stages of reopening. We will provide updated mask guidelines on June 27 for services in July and beyond.
Will there be classes for my kids?
Yes, at our 11am services ONLY. Here is our Kids Program for the summer:
What about social distancing?
We will not be requiring six feet between households in the sanctuary. We will have cards available in the back of the sanctuary to block seats if you would prefer others not sit right next to you.
Will there be coffee and snacks?
No, food and beverages will not be served. Water fountains will be out of service until further notice, but guests are welcome to bring their own water bottles.
Prepackaged communion will be served on the first Sunday of each month.
We will begin serving coffee and refreshments again in September.
Are you still providing online services?
Yes, our services will be streamed live weekly on Facebook Live and posted to our website and app.
Health and Safety Acknowledgement
By attending our events, you agree to the following guidelines:
You and the members of your household agree to abide by all of FCC's health and safety protocols, including wearing face coverings and maintaining physical distance between other households.
You and the members of your household agree to not attend our events if you or anyone in your household are experiencing symptoms of illness or have been exposed to or tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days.
You acknowledge that there are risks associated with attending in-person gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic, even with health and safety protocols in place, and you assume responsibility for the safety and health of yourself and those in your household.