Hi, Faith Community! Here’s a preview to Sunday as we head into the weekend. Have a safe 4th of July holiday, too!
This Sunday, we are closing out the “David” series by learning about how someone with a heart for God responds, when caught in a web of lies and evil. But even more, David’s life reveals how God pursues us to right our relationship with him, when we’ve done everything wrong.
We invite you to gather with us at the church building without the need to RSVP. Just a reminder that for our in-person gatherings we intend to follow, in spirit, the COVID guidelines provided by St. Croix County and the CDC. Please see the guidelines on the FCC blog. While we believe these measures will reduce the possibility of infection for those who attend services in-person, we cannot eliminate that risk entirely. As a result, we need you to resolve for yourself whether participating in on-site worship is the best approach for you. The safest alternative, especially for those who are vulnerable or immune-compromised will continue to be worshipping with us online.
Whether you watch at home or are on campus on Sunday, you matter to us and you matter to God, and we are one church with one mission: to help everyone meet, know and follow Jesus.
Thank you for your feedback about the livestreamed services on our website through the Church Online platform. We received several reports of inconsistency in the video quality or interruptions in video, preventing you from being able to watch the services. We apologize for these issues. To help provide a better viewing experience for Sunday services, we have moved our livestream video player to a page on fcchudson.com, You can also continue to watch on YouTube or Facebook.
Watch or listen to sermons in the “David, The Rise and Fall of a King” series at fcchudson.com or on the FaithBase app.
Find the online sermon guide with the option to download and print at fcchudson.com.
Has God gifted you with attention to detail, a love of numbers, and a willingness to serve his family? Consider working as a part-time Financial Assistant for Faith Community Church (up to 5 hours a week). See the job description and application information at fcchudson.com for more details.
In this season of concern over the spread of COVID-19, Faith Community Church and its hosts will hold a Backyard VBS for K-5th graders this summer using the Go Fish “Gotta Move! ” VBS curriculum. VBS will take place Monday, July 20 - Friday, July 24, and is open to children in K-5th grade (2019-20). Children will attend VBS in the backyard o f a neighbor who hosts a Backyard VBS. Learn more about hosting a Backyard VBS, serving as an assistant or registering a child at fcchudson.com. Registration will close on Monday, July 13, at midnight.
Although we’re all experiencing a lot of change right now, our mission stays the same: to help everyone meet, know and follow Jesus. We have an opportunity to reach thousands through our new online services and resources. Your faithful giving helps support our shared mission. Thank you for your generosity!