Health Safety at Fellowship
Updated 2:09pm on Tuesday, March 24, 2020
We will hold online services only through Sunday, April 5th at 10:00am on our website and the Brentwood Campus page on Facebook Live. Our campuses are closed and all ministry events and activities are canceled. Please call us at (615) 277-8500 if you would like us to pray with you.
(Online Only, March 15 & March 22 at 10:00am)
Now is a time for us to keep worshipping together—but in in a modified way. We believe it is wise and best to follow the recommendations of the CDC to do all that we can to slow down the spread of the virus, including temporarily limiting the size and frequency of large group gatherings. For that reason, for the next two Sundays we will not gather in-person for our worship services but will instead worship together through an all-church live-stream service at 10:00am.
We encourage you to watch as a family or get together in your Fellowship Group or other small gatherings. This service will be available on the Watch Live page on our website, as well as on Facebook Live on our Brentwood Campus Facebook page. It will also be available on our website messages page for you to replay any time after 12:00pm on Sunday.
21 Days of Prayer
(March 16—April 5)
In our Colossians series, we’ve been reminded that Christ is the center of all things. We’re inviting every person who calls Fellowship home to sign up to receive daily devotionals that will guide us through this season with Christ at the center of our lives—praying for Him to use this season in incredible ways for His glory. You can sign up today by texting 21DAYS to 94090.
It's at times like these that we need more community, not less. We will continue to meet together in small groups in our homes while taking the proper precautions provided by health officials.
It's extremely important to remember that if you are sick, stay home. Those with compromised immune systems and older adults are strongly encouraged to stay away from large group gatherings. If you feel you may have symptoms, consult your physician immediately. See the CDC website for more information.