No one started this new decade predicting that this is where we would be today, but how we respond now will likely define Fellowship for the decade to come.
In this week’s all-church update, we are letting you know that we have a plan to shape the Fellowship response. Our response plan is founded on the promises of God, and aligns with CDC guidelines and governmental regulations to help us show up in ways that only the Church of Jesus Christ can.
Here’s the overview of the Fellowship response plan.
We are providing online content to you to provide hope, encouragement, and practical tips for navigating this season. We continue to look to the authorities for civic responses, but we’ve also transformed our office space into a studio to produce content for you to grow in a life of worship.
We are building a system called Get Help/Give Help so we can stand with the Fellowship family throughout this season. Standing with our Governor in the state-wide “stay-at-home” order, this system is built on a “no to low” physical contact structure to keep everyone safe while serving in practical and helpful ways.
We will launch Get Help/Give Help by Sunday with more specific details. It will include:
We need your updated contact information to ensure smooth communication and to mobilize our Give Help/Get Help system. In order to provide the tools you need for hope and encouragement, we need to be able to get ahold of you. Forward this email to people in your neighborhood so they can send their contact info as well.
Use your influence and social media platforms to invite people to church online and our midweek services so we can help cast out darkness by spreading the light. It’s easy to re-share our posts on Facebook or Instagram.
We also encourage you to share the latest message by reposting or forwarding the content to everyone you know. Spend a few minutes praying through who might need to hear the latest sermon, and then send it their way.
By Sunday, our Get Help/Give Help system will be ready for sign ups. Do you find yourself with a specific need in this season? Let us know! Whether it’s a grocery story run, transportation to a doctor’s appointment, or a check in phone call, we would love to mobilize responsibly to take care of your needs.
Are you able and willing to get involved in helping other members of the Fellowship family? If so, we would love to partner you with a need that has arisen in our church.
In order to mobilize the Fellowship response plan and continue to cover the expenses of the church, we need to continue or begin giving. You can help us provide care to the Fellowship family and continue developing online content by staying involved financially.