August 16, 2020 – Updates to policy and guidelines for our corporate gather for worship on Sunday mornings:

  • As the elders met recently, we discussed that it is great to see so many in the church demonstrating love and humility and patience with one another through our present circumstances. We know that there are varying viewpoints and opinions regarding masks and other restrictions, and you have responded with graciousness and humility…Thank you!
  • With the lower incidence rate in our immediate area, with further advice from medical professionals, and by considering effective practices of other businesses and churches, the elders have decided to make a few adjustments to our present practice for corporate gathering….
  • Masks – we continue to ask that you wear a mask as you enter and as you move around the building. We ask that you wear a mask as we sing together or read Scripture together, but when seated and not singing or speaking, feel free to remove your mask.
  • At the end of the service when you are dismissed, you will not need to wait for the usher to dismiss you.  You can take time to fellowship inside – but please wear a mask and seek to maintain a safe distance.  Or, if you want to remove your mask, you can make your way outside to talk there as we have done in past weeks.  We would ask that you make your way down the sidewalk so that the entrance to the building is clear and cars can drive through the ramp and pick people up at the door.
  • Also, We have a plan to provide nursery for pre-K children during the entire worship service on Sunday mornings, and Young Worshippers in Training during the sermon for children K thru 3rd To be able to provide this ministry, we do need volunteers.  Please contact Tom Koch or RJ James if you interested in helping with either of these ministries.  We would like to begin these ministries next Sunday if we have the volunteers.

Click here to download a copy of the following letter to FBFC Congregation regarding the plan for gathering again in June 2020

Thursday, June 4, 2020 

Dear Church Family,

We pray that this letter finds you trusting in the Lord Jesus Christ, and that His sovereign care of all things continues to fill your heart with hope of eternal victory. We hope that His active ministry on your behalf brings you peace and comfort in this time of uneasiness and confusion and that you are casting your anxieties upon Him because He cares for you.

Over the last few weeks your elders have asked you to pray for us as we seek the Lord’s direction in how we might begin to regather as a congregation. From the initial declaration of the state of emergency issued in early March, the elders have chosen to willingly submit to the safety recommendations and guidelines given by our secretary of health and Governor. God has given our governing officials the right and authority to protect their citizens from physical harm and we ought to honor them in their attempt to do so.

In God’s kind providence, religious organizations have remained on the list of “Life Sustaining Businesses”. This designation has allowed us the freedom to keep our doors open and continue operating. We have done so by continuing our ministries of prayer, counseling, benevolence, visitation, teaching and preaching.

We thank the Lord for modern technology which has allowed for us to continue to connect with one another, yet we also know that there is something special about coming together in person for worship, teaching, and relational connection.  God’s Word instructs us that we are not to forsake the gathering together and that one of the essential means by which we grow in our faith is through the regular gathering and stirring up of one another to love and good deeds through the Word and fellowship. The elders are convinced that the gathered church is essential for the spiritual and emotional health of God’s people and want to provide the body of Christ of that privilege and benefit.

After numerous sessions of prayer and receiving counsel, the elders have decided to move forward with opening our building in order to gather as a congregation.   There is a risk to regathering, but it is a risk the elders believe is worth taking. We understand that COVID-19 is a real threat with potentially fatal results among the elderly and those with underlying conditions. We respect the highly contagious nature of this virus and will institute precautions and guidelines to help mitigate the risk. We believe we can gather and enter into the worship of our God responsibly, legally, and safely.

ANTICIPATED DATE OF REOPENING:

We are presenting the following plan for re-opening.  It is subject to change as circumstances permit and require.

  • We will continue to stream the worship service each Sunday morning at 10:30am for those who are most vulnerable, those who are unable to attend, and for those who decide not to attend at this time.
  • On Sunday, June 7 and Sunday, June 14, those individuals volunteering to serve on the “Hospitality Team” will gather for training during the worship service.
  • Sunday, June 21 will be “Welcome Back Sunday” – everyone is invited to join us for an outdoor worship service at 10:30am.  (weather permitting)
  • Sunday, June 28 will be our first service gathering in our building once again for worship.
  • There will be no in-person Sunday School for the present time.

 HOSPITALITY TEAM:

            We need volunteers to help serve as ushers, greeters, security and cleaning of the property on Sunday mornings as we gather for worship.  If you would like to serve on this team, please contact Pastor Andy (acrossgrove@faithbfc.org), RJ James (rqj123@comcast.net), or Rick Lutz (Rick.L@ServproWLBB.com).

GENERAL GUIDLELINES:

We want as many people as possible to feel comfortable returning to worship together, so out of love for one another we ask that these precautions be followed as closely as possible. We know that there are a wide range of opinions on how to respond and what precautions to take. We see this as a wonderful opportunity for our unity in Christ and love for one another to be what holds us together. We are hopeful that the joy of regathering will overcome the potential awkwardness and possible frustrations we may experience.   We will not be able to anticipate every scenario of social interaction nor remove every risk. Each individual is responsible for their own personal health and we will continue to provide our livestreaming service for anyone who is not ready to return to a public gathering.  We will continue, as best as possible, to remain in accordance with the guidelines put in place by the CDC, the PA Dept. of Health and Governor Wolf’s office.

Here are the guidelines and precautions we have put in place for right now.  We will be communicating with you as we need to modify these guidelines:

  • First and foremost, if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, or if you are sick, or experiencing flu-like symptoms we ask that you stay home.
  • If you feel vulnerable or have an underlying condition, we would encourage you to stay home.
  • We do not intend to exceed 50% of our building’s capacity. We will have seating arranged in both the Ministry Center and Fellowship Center to provide appropriate social distancing.
    • Only families may sit next to each other.
    • Ushers will help with seating and dismissal and directions throughout the building. Please respect the direction of the ushers. Once the Ministry Center fills up we will need to begin using Fellowship Center. (Livestreaming of the service will be available in Fellowship Center.)
  • Use the Memorial Foyer entrance (entrance closest to field) for worship in the Ministry Center. The Center Foyer entrance will be used for those attending worship in the Fellowship Center.  Ushers and greeters will attend the doors so as to minimize the touching of surfaces.
  • We ask you to refrain from shaking hands and giving hugs.
  • At this time, we ask that you wear a facemask as you enter the building and until you leave the building. We understand that some may have breathing difficulties and will need to occasionally remove their mask. We also recognize the difficulty of keeping masks on children. We understand that there are varying opinions on the use of masks, we ask that you submit in love to those who may feel vulnerable at this time. Again, we want as many people to join together as possible. Greeters will provide facemasks at the door, if needed.
  • Attendance will be taken by photo in each room to allow us to notify attendees should there be any exposure.
    • In the event of a positive case of COVID-19 in our church community, you are instructed to call the church office immediately at 215-256-6026, or email Pastor Andy at acrossgrove@faithbfc.org.
  • We will not be providing bulletins and Bibles. Please bring your own Bible.  The order of service and sermon notes page will be available on our website before the service.  Please print and bring it with you.
  • Restrooms will be open, but please do not congregate outside or inside the restroom.
    • Please use the restroom assigned to the room in which you are worshipping. Ushers will guide you to the appropriate restroom.
    • Please wash hands thoroughly before leaving the restroom. Proper hand hygiene remains the primary means of mitigating the risk of infection.
  • In-person children’s ministries will remain postponed for the time being. This includes Sunday School, Young Worshippers in Training, and nursery.
    • The nursery rooms will be open for parents to make use of the changing tables and nursing room.
  • We ask that parents keep young children close at all times.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the building.
  • We will have offering plates set up in the back of the Ministry Center and Fellowship Center so that you can place your offering without us having to pass a plate. You may also continue to give online if you desire (faithbfc.org)
  • When we serve communion, for the time being, it will be done in such a way as to preclude passing the elements down each row. The particulars are still being worked out.
  • Refreshments
    • During the reopening, no coffee, tea, hot chocolate, food or other refreshments will be served
    • Kitchen is closed
  • The Church will be thoroughly cleaned between each use.
  • Dismissal
    • At the conclusion of worship, guests and members will be dismissed by rows
    • Please exit the building
    • Conversation is encouraged outdoors while maintaining proper social distancing
    • Please limit your movement around the church as much as possible for your safety and for cleaning purposes
    • As you leave the building, please be aware of traffic, especially watch for children.

“Welcome Back Sunday” – June 21

  • Our outdoor service will begin at 10:30am. The same service will be pre-recorded and streamed online at 10:30am for those not attending the live outdoor service.
  • Members and guests are strongly encouraged to practice social distancing guidance even when outdoors
  • Please bring sufficient seats for your family (camping chairs, lawn chairs, etc.)
  • Please bring your Bible
  • In the event of rain, the decision to cancel the service will be made by 9am on Sunday, June 21 and communicated via email and the website.

We eagerly await the day when these temporary restrictions can be removed.  Until then, let us all remember that love and consideration of others is the truest mark of a Christian (cf. John 13:35; Rom. 13:8; Phil. 2:3-5).  Our aim is to honor the Lord and show proper concern and respect for one another, as well as maintain a godly testimony before the world as we reopen the church building.

If you are unable to meet with us, we fully understand and will try to minister to you the best we can while we face this pandemic. If there is anything you need or if you have any concerns, be sure to contact one of the elders. We look forward to being together again and trust that the Lord will bless our time together as we worship him as a gathered body of Christ’s disciples at Faith Bible Fellowship Church. May the Lord be with you.

By His grace,

Pastor Andy, Pastor Mike, RJ James, Rick Lutz and Tom Koch

(The following is the email announcement sent on Friday, March 27)

FBFC Family,

Worship Services online again this Sunday morning – March 29

We will be Live Streaming the Worship Service again this Sunday, March 29 at 10:30am on Facebook Live.  We have a public Facebook page so even if you do not have a Facebook account, you should be able to watch the service.   We have added a page on our website (www.faithbfc.org) where you can find all of the information needed related to the Sunday Morning worship.  We have attached two documents, which are also able to be downloaded from the website: 1) Order of Service & Sermon Outline, 2) Song Sheet.  Plan to join us online Sunday morning at 10:30am, and invite others to log on and join us this Sunday.  It was blessing this past Sunday to see friends that have moved out of the community join us for worship online.  In order to improve the quality of the live streaming and to reduce the number of people at the church during the service, we will be trying different equipment and a different room in the church.  Thank you for your patience as we are learning and improving the live streaming.

How do I give when we aren’t having physical Worship Services? 

It is so important to continue faithfulness in giving during this time – ministry has not stopped!  Please use the online giving app.  If you do not want to give online, you can drop off your offering at the church during normal office hours (9am-4pm, Tuesday through Friday), or mail it to the church (140 Harleysville Pike, Harleysville, PA 19438)

  • We will have a Special Easter Offering that will go to our Benevolence fund to help those in need. Our goal is $3000.  An option to give to this special offering will be added to the online giving app. or you can mark the appropriate box on your giving envelope.

Will there be other opportunities to “get together” for prayer and spiritual growth?

Yes, the elders met yesterday afternoon and discussed ways to “get together” for this purpose.

  • Time of Prayer Tuesdays at 11am – Pastor Mike will be using Zoom (an online meeting app) to lead times of prayer.  The link to join this prayer time is – https://zoom.us/j/535302733
  • Bible Study – Pastor Mike shared a lesson on Psalm 142 last evening.  Join us on Facebook live on Thursday evenings at 6:30 for Bible Study.

Updated Upcoming Events Schedule:

  • Naples Mission Trip has been canceled. Please pray for the church plant in Naples, FL.  They meet in a school, and with the possible shut down of schools in Florida through the end of the academic year, they may be struggling to find a place to meet for a long time after ‘stay at home’ order has lifted.  If you were planning to be part of this trip, we hope that we are able to assist the Naples church in the near future.

Praying for all of you,

Pastor Andy

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(The following is the email announcement sent on Thursday, March 19)

FBFC Family,

We wanted to give you an update related to our church and COVID-19

We are all following the news about the coronavirus and we are receiving constant information and recommendations from medical and government sources.  Faith BFC is committed to doing whatever we can to provide a safe environment for you, your family, and our broader community.  While God has not given us a spirit of fear, He has called us to love our neighbors and to contribute to the welfare of our community.  An abundance of caution is not merely wise, but is a tangible way of expressing love toward others!  In light of this, and the recommendations of our governing officials, we wanted to update you regarding Faith’s response to this pandemic.

Worship Services online again this Sunday morning – March 22

We will be Live Streaming the Worship Service again this Sunday, March 22 at 10:30am on Facebook Live.  We have a public Facebook page so even if you do not have a Facebook account, you should be able to watch the service.   We have added a page on our website (www.faithbfc.org) where you can find all of the information needed related to the Sunday Morning worship.  We have attached two documents, which are also able to be downloaded from the website: 1) Order of Service & Sermon Outline, 2) Song Sheet.  Plan to join us online Sunday morning at 10:30am, and invite others to log on and join us this Sunday.  It was blessing this past Sunday to see friends that have moved out of the community join us for worship online.

We are thankful to Nate Orlowski, our worship team and the social media team as they work hard to use technology to help us continue to connect as God’s people to minister the word of God, even when we are unable to gather together physically.  At present, we are scheduled to return to normal activities on Sunday, March 29.  We are monitoring the recommendations from the CDC and the local, state and federal government, and so we are preparing for online ministry to be our means of ministry for a longer period of time.  We will keep you updated.

How do I give when we aren’t having physical Worship Services? 

It is so important to continue faithfulness in giving during this time – ministry has not stopped!  Please use the online giving app.  If you do not want to give online, you can drop off your offering at the church during normal office hours (9am-4pm, Tuesday through Friday), or mail it to the church (140 Harleysville Pike, Harleysville, PA 19438)

Will there be other opportunities to “get together” for prayer and spiritual growth?

Yes, the elders met yesterday afternoon and discussed ways to “get together” for this purpose.

  • Time of Prayer Tuesdays at 11am – Pastor Mike will be using Zoom (an online meeting app) to lead times of prayer. Contact Pastor Mike (mwalker@faithbfc.org) and he will send you the link to connect to the prayer meeting.
  • Pre-recorded study for youth, and kids resources will be made available to parents. These will be posted on our website and social media on Wednesdays.
  • Also, reminders and resources will be made available for parents to work on Awana lessons with their children.
  • Bible Study – This Friday at 6:30, we are planning to conclude the Life of Christ Sunday School class on FB live.  In the weeks to come, we will hold a Bible Study on Thursday evenings at 6:30.  Topics and teachers will be announced in a later email.
  • Bible study leaders and Connection group leaders may try to contact those involved in their ministries to set up a gathering online to pray and discuss the Scriptures.
  • As individuals and as families, make time to read God’s word and pray together.

What if I have a need, or know someone who needs help?

By God’s grace, our Deacon’s Benevolence fund is the highest it has ever been.  It would seem the Lord was preparing us for the times that we are now facing.  We expect that the mandated closing of businesses and temporary unemployment for many in the congregation and our community will result in people needing help.  If you have a need or know of a need, please contact Dave Pfeiffer, or any of the elders or deacons.

How can I minister to my neighbors and to others?

First of all, pray for your neighbors.  Call or text them to see how they are doing, and offer to pray with them.  Attached is a postcard idea that another ministry created.  You may find it to be a great way to connect with your neighbors and offer to help.

Second, contact people in our congregation.  Some of you have been doing a great job of contacting people in your Connection Groups, and the Seniors of our church.  Thank you for making these contacts and for passing updates along to the pastors, elders and deacons.

Third, let us know what you are doing.  We would love to share your ideas with the rest of the congregation to help them in their ministry to our community.

Updated Upcoming Events Schedule:

  • Connection Groups and Bible Studies for the next two weeks (CANCELLED – leaders may try to set up get togethers using Zoom or other online service)
  • Sunday School for March 22 (CANCELLED)
  • Worship Service for March 22 (LIVE STREAM ONLY – go to faithbfc.org for more information)
  • Wiser Bunch Lunch – March 22 (CANCELLED)
  • Volleyball – March 23 (CANCELLED)
  • Ladies’ One Day Retreat – March 28 (POSTPONED – new date to be determined)
  • Naples Mission Trip Decision Day – March 29 (Please submit applications to the church office during normal office hours (9am-4pm, Tuesday through Friday), or contact Amy Hillborn for more information)
  • Stream Clean Up with the Perkiomen Watershed – April 4 (RESCHEDULED to October 31)
  • At present time, Church activities resume as normal after March 29. We will continue to monitor the situation and announce changes as they come

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(The following is the email announcement sent on Saturday, March 14)

FBFC Family,

We will be Live Streaming the Worship Service on Sunday, March 15 at 10:30am on Facebook Live.  We have a public Facebook page so even if you do not have a Facebook account, you should be able to watch the service.  Follow this link to our Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/faithbfcHarleysville/

You may want to test things out in advance of the service – follow the link and watch one of the videos that is already posted on our page to make sure things are working properly for you.  This will be our first time streaming the worship service, so please be patient with us as we get things worked out.

  • The order of service and sermon outline is attached to this email.  It is also included at the bottom of this email.
  • We will not be together to collect the offering, so please use the online giving app.  If you do not want to give online, you can drop off your offering at the church during normal office hours (9am-4pm, Tuesday through Friday)

Updated Upcoming Events Schedule:

  • Sunday School for March 15 (CANCELLED)
  • Worship Service for March 15 & 22 (LIVE STREAM ONLY)
  • VBS Volunteer Informational Meeting – March 15 after church (CANCELLEDplease contact Toni Alderfer if you want more information about helping out with VBS, which will be June 28-July 2)
  • Youth Group – March 15 (CANCELLED)
  • Connection Groups and Bible Studies for the next two weeks (CANCELLED)
  • Homeschool Co-ops at church for next two weeks (CANCELLED)
  • Volleyball – March 16 & 23 (CANCELLED)
  • Wiser Bunch Lunch – March 22 (CANCELLED)
  • Ladies’ One Day Retreat – March 28 (POSTPONED – new date to be determined)
  • What Do We Believe Class – (RESCHEDULED) – Session 5 will be 4/8, Session 6 will be 4/22, 6:30pm
  • Naples Mission Trip Decision Day – March 29 (Please submit applications to the church office during normal office hours (9am-4pm, Tuesday through Friday), or contact Amy Hillborn for more information.)
  • At present time, Church activities resume as normal after March 28
  • Stream Clean Up – April 4
  • Good Friday Service – April 10, 7pm at Faith BFC, Harleysville
  • Easter Sunday – April 12
    • Sunrise Service – 6:30am at Franconia Park
    • Breakfast at Church following Sunrise service
    • Sunday School – 9:15am
    • Worship Service – 10:30am
  • CPR/AED Training – (RESCHEDULED) – April 14, 7pm
  • “Help Nelson” Night – (RESCHEDULED) – April 24, 6-8:30pm

 

ORDER OF SERVICE

Opening Song
Welcome & Announcements
Worship Leader Reading
Songs of Exaltation
Prayer
Sermon
Closing Song
Benediction

 

Sermon Notes

“Abide in Christ to Bear Fruit”
John 15:1-5
Pastor Andy Crossgrove

DEFINITION OF A DISCIPLE OF JESUS…
A Disciple is one who by the grace of God…(we are a follower of Christ because of God’s love and grace and supernatural work in our hard sin-filled hearts)…is yielding to the prompting of the Holy Spirit to love God the Father and walk in humble obedience to God’s word so that their transformed lives – in thoughts, attitudes, words and actions – display the nature and power of Jesus Christ living in them both to believers and unbelievers alike.

1. A Disciple is “IN” Christ (John 15:1, 4-5)

2. A Disciple Bears Fruit (John 15:2, 4-5)

3. A Disciple is “Pruned” by God (John 15:2-3)

In response to God’s Word, I/we will:

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(The following is the email announcement sent on Friday, March 13)
Dear Church Family,

Yesterday (March 12), the elders sent out a letter related to the flu and COVID-19 coronavirus.  We began the letter by stating that the coronavirus is in the news daily, and we are all wondering how this crisis will unfold.  Last evening, the elders and deacons were scheduled to meet for prayer and to discuss the search for the Director of Student Ministries and to discuss the feedback that we have received related to the ministries of the church and our next steps.  We added to our agenda prayer and discussion for our next steps as a church in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus.  The letter we sent yesterday began with the encouragement for the body at Faith BFC to think about this threat from a biblical perspective.  Let us be reminded of this as we consider our next steps as a church.

First, Christians do not live in fear even in the face of great danger. Philippians 4:6 “Do not be anxious about anything…”  God, in Christ has conquered the dangers of this world, even death has lost its sting (1 Corinthians 15:55).  We keep our eyes fixed on Jesus the author and perfecter of our faith.

Second, Christians live in love.  The dangers and even tragedies of our broken world are opportunities for us to minister the grace of God in the power of the Spirit.  In China, some Christians instead of fleeing the areas of greatest virus infection, have gone into those areas to serve and help in the name of Jesus.  As the people around us isolate themselves, we need to fight the temptation to run away from people, rather in love, we need to find ways to reach out to our neighbors and those in need.

Third, Christians do respond to dangers of our world by taking practical steps to avoid the danger when possible. We don’t want to overreact but neither do we want to underreact.

After we sent our letter yesterday morning, PA Governor Tom Wolf made an announcement that with the PA Dept. of Health, the State Government was imposing restrictions on public gatherings for the next fourteen (14) days.  All public gatherings have been highly encouraged to be cancelled for the present time.  The goal of these measures as explained by the Governor and the PA Dept. of Health is to stem the tide of the spread of the virus.  God’s word reminds us that God is sovereign over all human governments and he has established human authorities for our good and for the welfare of society (Rom. 13:1-3).  We are also told in the Scriptures that we are to render due loyalty, respect and obedience to the governing authorities (1 Peter 2:13-14) except in times where demands of civil law militate against the supreme and higher law of God (Acts 5:29).  (See BFC Faith & Order, Articles 23 & 104-3)

The elders and deacons believe that the strong encouragement of the PA government to cancel and postpone all public gatherings for the next 14 days is to be respected and followed as much as we are able to comply.  Therefore, all church public ministries are being cancelled or postponed for the next 14 days.  We will be live streaming the worship service for the next two Sundays, March 15 and 22.  At the bottom of this email, we will give further instructions for upcoming events.  As public gatherings are being cancelled, the ministry of the church will continue.  Our passionate pursuit is to glorify the Lord as we worship Him and make disciples of Jesus Christ.

  • The elders and deacons will be contacting each person on their shepherding/oversight list to pray with you and see how you are doing and how you are growing in the Lord.
  • Ministry leaders (Bible study leaders, teachers, Connection group leaders, Children’s ministry leaders, etc.) will try to contact those involved in their ministries to encourage continued time in prayer and God’s word for growth in Christ.
  • As individuals and as families, make time to read God’s word and pray together.
  • We will try to send regular updates and encouragements from God’s word through email and social media.
  • Call one another to pray and check up with each other.
  • If you need help with child care, or other needs, please ask one another, or let the church office know. We will try to make these needs known to the church so that we can meet one another’s needs.
  • Look for opportunities to help your neighbors and meet needs of others.
  • Pray with neighbors and friends as we are in this time of uncertainty and many are fearful.

Worship Services for March 15 & 22

  • We will not have a public gathering for the service, but the service will be streamed online. Once the links for the live stream are set up, we will send out instructions for watching the service.
  • We will not have communion this Sunday as originally planned.
  • We will not be together to collect the offering, so please use the online giving app. If you do not want to give online, you can drop off your offering at the church during normal office hours (9am-4pm, Tuesday through Friday)

Upcoming Events:

  • BFC Day of Prayer – March 14 (POSTPONED – new date to be determined)
  • Sunday School for March 15 (CANCELLED)
  • FBFC Day of Prayer – March 15 (This is not a public event, so please set aside time to pray for our church, community, country and the world)
  • VBS Volunteer Informational Meeting – March 15 after church (POSTPONED – please contact Toni Alderfer if you want more information about helping out with VBS, which will be June 28-July 2)
  • Youth Group – March 15 (CANCELLED)
  • Connection Groups and Bible Studies for the next two weeks (CANCELLED)
  • Homeschool Co-ops at church for next two weeks (CANCELLED)
  • “Help Nelson” Night – March 20 (POSTPONED – new date to be determined)
  • Wiser Bunch Lunch – March 22 (CANCELLED)
  • CPR/AED Training – March 24 (POSTPONED – rescheduled for April 14)
  • What Do We Believe Class – March 25 (POSTPONED – Session 5 will be 4/8, Session 6 will be 4/22)
  • Ladies’ One Day Retreat – March 28 (POSTPONED – new date to be determined)

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Letter sent on March 12:
March 2020 letter – related to the flu and coronavirus

Here are some blogs that I have found helpful in considering a biblical response to the anxieties and fears facing us today:
https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/christians-anxious-coronavirus/
https://www.ccef.org/anxiety-waiting-and-the-coronavirus/?mc_cid=ce309ee12d&mc_eid=a817249df6
https://matthiasmedia.com.au/blogs/news/calvinism-in-the-time-of-coronavirus
https://www.paultripp.com/wednesdays-word/posts/its-okay-to-fear-coronavirus

 

Church Office Hours

9:00am - 4:00pm

Tuesday-Friday

Faith Bible Fellowship Church

140 Harleysville Pike,

Harleysville, PA 19438

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Contact

Phone - 215-256-6026

Email - office@faithbfc.org