Life Goes On
Even during our current pandemic, life goes on.
God is still sovereign and His love is everlasting.
In June 2020 we re-opened our doors for worship. While many have returned to "in-person" fellowship and worship, many are still uneasy or unable (due to jobs or underlying health concerns) from returning in person. Do not fear! The Word of God and our love for the Lord, each other and our community never shuts down. In order to get the Word of God to you, the pastor will be posting videos of his sermons on this website (see the sermons and studies page) or you can watch every Sunday morning live streams of the worship service. If you'd like to attend one of our worship services online, the zoom link is found on the sermons page. Also, if you have pressing physical needs, please contact the church through the office phone number listed on this website for prayer or material supplies for your family.
Keep in mind that this...
Does not prohibit this.
Practice social distancing but not total isolation.
Due to a technical glitch, there is no video with this sermon. It is audio only. The problem has been fixed for future messages.
We have a deacon in our congregation who has been a practicing nurse for over 30 years. After the Board of Deacons developed a plan for our church in regards to mask wearing, this man was asked to speak to the church and give the underlying principles of mask wearing for protection. We recorded his message when he gave it in front of the congregation on Feb. 28, 2021. In this he also gives a brief overview of the church's mask wearing guidelines. It's very informative and I hope you will give it the 5-10 minutes it takes to listen to it in total. He also gives you the recipe for making your own hand sanitizer. If you have further questions, please contact the church office.
Hope For the Fearful
Does the pandemic have you fearing for your life? You're not alone but there is real hope. Please watch this short video for help.
While the quarantine is in various states of being, we wanted to give our members and friends another outlet for giving to the church. If you prefer to send it via the U.S. Mail, contact the church office for specific directions.
You can support the ongoing ministries of Fellowship Baptist Church by contributing financially. If you want to give online, just click the "Give" link above. You will be taken to a secure link where you can follow the prompts to give a one time or recurring gift. Thank you for supporting God's work in this area and around the world.
For you and your children
This is a scary time for adults, so you can imagine the impact this could have on our younger children. Now more then ever it is important to remind them of how much God loves them and how he will protect them during this time of uncertainty. The link below will take you to a site that will help you minister to your children during this time. It has videos, songs, and activities you can do at home during the quarantine. And now that we have resumed meeting, we have our Sunday morning children's ministry up and running again. Your children will be welcome to attend.