Join Colton on the Facebook page at 8 tonight for worship!
Here are the lyrics for the songs.
In my last post I recommended the wearing of face coverings as we begin meeting again in person this Sunday in accordance with the state Revised Guidance For Places of Worship. Let me emphasize that this is a recommendation, not a requirement. No one will be turned away at the door without a mask or be forced to put one on before entering the building.
Sorry if I caused any confusion. See you Sunday,
I trust you are finding God’s grace sufficient for whatever circumstances you are in, whether you are going back to work, working from home, or trying to keep kids safe and productive under quarantine. In years to come we will look back on this season as another chapter in a very long story of God’s faithfulness.
As you probably know, Governor Holcomb has lifted the restrictions on churches holding in-person worship services beginning this Sunday, May 10. Family Bible Church will be open for our worship service at 10:30 AM this Sunday. However, the State of Indiana has issued Revised Guidance for Places of Worship with recommendations to keep people safe as our churches resume meeting in person. Here are a few specific ways we will be applying that guidance at FBC.
Family Bible Church
PO Box 3891
Evansville IN 47737-3891
or by simply dropping your contribution in the basket at the kitchen window before or after church.
Though the COVID 19 virus will undoubtedly change some practices that have been common among us, I do not anticipate the need to keep most of these measures in place forever. In fact, I’m sure of it. In heaven we will embrace with no fear of transmitting any disease because there will no longer be any such thing. Until then we learn and adapt to ever-changing circumstances and rejoice in a God who never changes.
I will look forward to seeing most of you Sunday, and seeing all of you soon.
Last week, we posted concerning supplies that our church can provide for the Rescue Mission to help feed many people in need of food. Those supplies are listed again below:
Initially, we said to bring supplies by this Wednesday (4/29), but we now are hoping to have a Rescue Mission driver come pick up supplies this Friday (5/1). Please bring supplies before Friday if you plan on doing so. Contact us to set a time to deliver the items to the church building.
Some have found the specified supplies at Sam’s Club and at Gordon Food Service Store.
There was just a post sent regarding the high school zoom meeting this coming Sunday (4/26) at 6:30pm. Please disregard that zoom meeting information. Here is the accurate meeting info:
Meeting ID: 812 1720 3107
This Sunday (4/26) at 6:30 pm we will have a high school Zoom call! Here is the information to join the meeting.
Meeting ID: 859 8111 8585
John will share a devotion and we’ll play a game. The game requires the use of another device that has internet connection. That may be a laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
One device will connect to the zoom call and the other will be used to access a free online game sight. Siblings can share a device for the game if more than one person joins per household. If finding another device to use is a problem, then let me know and we can figure out a different game.
Hope you will join!
Jesus once taught to those who cared for others, “Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me” (Mt 25:40).
Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the Evansville Rescue Mission has been serving over 1,000 meals a week and needs help from the community to restock certain supplies to continue with the meals. What an opportunity we have to serve Jesus by serving others who are in need!
Here are the supplies requested:
If anyone would like to buy supplies, then please bring them to the church building by next Wednesday (4/29). We will organize a pick-up time for the Rescue Mission to receive all the supplies gathered. Call John (812-550-4077) ahead of time to be sure someone is at the church for you to drop off supplies.
It is our joy to care for others, because serving those in need is serving our Savior. Please consider buying supplies and contact us if you have any questions.