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.
After much prayer and discussion with our team, our previously scheduled Disciple Now for January 15-17 will be condensed to a single day event on Saturday, January 16. With the continuing prevalence of COVID in our area and various levels of desired safety precautions within our families, we believe this to be our best possible option to allow the most students to participate in an event. This event will be a free event for all of our students and is planned to provide times of worship, teaching, food, and games for our students to enjoy together as they collectively and individually draw closer to God. More details of our plans will be released in the coming days but the general time of the event will be Saturday morning through Saturday afternoon.
Additionally, those families that had already registered and paid for the event will receive information about refund possibilities. Our team will also be examining future opportunities to reschedule the full event later in the year. We appreciate your understanding in this matter and ask for your continued prayers and support as we endeavor to serve our students and families for the glory of God.
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.