In Person Worship will Resume January 17 with Masks
The Frontline Bible Church Board of Elders and Deacons has made the decision to resume an in-person worship service option at FBC beginning January 17th for those who desire to worship corporately in-person. Those who do not feel comfortable worshipping in-person or are at higher risk for contracting the corona virus are encouraged to continue worshipping with us via the online option. Previously established protocols for building use, cleaning, and distancing will remain in place. In addition, all persons entering the building will be required to wear a mask or face covering the entire time they are inside the facilities at Frontline Bible Church (unless they have a valid medical exemption from a physician). We know there are differing viewpoints regarding the best approach to responding to this pandemic as a church and much thought and prayer was put into this decision. This decision was made with input from our Medical Advisory Team with the health and safety of our congregation in mind. We ask that members of our Frontline family continue to act with love, compassion, and respect for each other during these difficult times. We will continue to monitor the situation and will make adjustments to our COVID-19 safety policies and protocols as the situation warrants.
Frontline Board of Elders and Deacons
Dwayne Huff – Chairman