We continue to make adaptations in our ministry as we emerge from COVID-19 and continue to care for everyone in our community. In all things, we know that we are Together in Spirit. Following current CDC guidelines, masks will be worn inside the church building for all activities.
Join us in the sanctuary. No registration is needed; just come, and we will be so glad to greet you! Masks will be worn while inside the church building, including the sanctuary during worship. Our church nursery staff is fully vaccinated and masked, and are ready to welcome your infant – 5 year old; young children are also very welcome to be in the sanctuary.
Join us online. It is good to interact with our online worshippers during the worship through the comments. Services are available after Sunday morning on our website, Facebook, and YouTube page.
We are grateful that no matter if we are participating online or in person, in every way we will continue to be “Together in Spirit” as a church family in worship.
Emergency Response Fund
Contributions will be used to help…
Households and individuals within our church family
Needs that arise within the local community
FPC partner organizations If you need assistance…
For confidential needs contact Pastor Georgia
For all other inquiries contact Clark Tedrick at [email protected]
Join us on Sundays from 4:30-6:00pm for Youth Group! Meet outside at church for fellowship, games, and Bible study. Hope to see you there!
J St. Kids (K-3rd grade) and Club 456 (4-6th grade) will begin meeting on September 12th. Both groups will meet after worship from 11:30am-1:00pm on Sunday afternoons for Bible stories and a variety of faith formation activities that help each child engage with the story of God.
Adult Sunday School meets at 9am in the church library (masks will be worn), with a “Zoom-in” option. We also offer periodic Sunday afternoon topical discussion series, meeting outside as weather permits. Watch for more information in each Friday’s eBlast. Contact the church office to get the Zoom link for Sunday School.
Our Food Pantry is operating as a drive-thru. Guests remain in their cars while church volunteers using safety precautions (masks, gloves, and sanitizing between each delivery) bring their food. If you or someone you know needs food assistance, please come to the Food Pantry during our operating hours (Saturdays, 9:00–11:00 am), with something (a utility bill, etc.) that shows that you are a resident of Benton County. You can line up in your car in the south parking lot, and Food Pantry volunteers will assist you.
If you would like to volunteer, please use our new Sign Up Genius to register your volunteer dates. That way we can make sure we have no more than 10 people in an area (with distancing) at a time per CDC guidelines. Youth are welcome to volunteer and should sign up on the website as well.
Sign up for volunteer roles below:
Greeter (1) to greet clients in their cars and pass out clipboards
Loaders (2) to load food into car trunks
Sanitizer (1) to clean carts and clipboards after each use
Cart Fillers (10) to work in Fellowship Hall to fill carts with food