Exciting Times Ahead!
This week is an exciting time for us as we are able to partially open back up second service to our families. We will have the nursery and preschool classes open for second service. Our hopes are to re-open 2nd service fully after Spring Break, but we are still in need of some more volunteers to be able to do that.
We will be having a Children's Ministry Volunteer Luncheon after 2nd service on 2/28. All workers are invited to attend with their families. We will use this time to discuss important details for our Children's Ministry and our plans as we move forward through our transition period.
As everyone continues to navigate the uncertain times caused by COVID-19, we need to remain diligent in helping those in our local community. Once again we’d like to come alongside UCM to provide "goodie bags" to quarantined students with COVID-19. These bags can include sweet and/or salty snacks, candy, juice or soda, individual servings of soup, and notes of encouragement. These items can be dropped off in the lobby to be distributed mid-March.
This year we’ll be going to summer camp at SBU in Bolivar, MO. We’ll be joining other students from around the country to sit under the teaching of God's Word in a focused environment. The camp will combine an excellent facility with top notch staff to create a great opportunity for our students to be challenged in our relationship with God. Camp deposits of $50 are due by March 14th. Students should sign-up with Rebekah, our Student Life Assistant, or Lee, our Family Pastor, and we will sign everyone up as a group. The total cost is $289 and a fundraising opportunity will be available, in addition to scholarships for those who need them.
Student Life Summer Camp
This winter, when there’s inclement weather, Sunday worship will still go on, though it will be from the safety of your home via livestream. Go to the FBC website at 10:45am when Jasen will lead us in worship and Patrick will preach the message he’s prepared. Notification of the inclement weather plan will be sent via text message, and/or email, depending on your individual subscription settings. The announcement will also be posted on the church website, Facebook pages, and the weather announcements for KSHB 41 News.
To slow the spread of COVID-19, the JCCHS is requiring Johnson County residents to wear a face mask. In support of this order, FBC Warrensburg will continue to require a face mask be worn while participating in worship, or while attending activities.
Here is a link to view the full order issued by Johnson County Community Health Services.