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Dear FCC Family,
I wanted to let you know that we will be switching entirely to online services. We are honoring the mandate of NJ Governor Murphy that there be no gatherings. This decision will be for all of our regular worship services at both our Mount Laurel and Collingswood campuses. The worship services will be broadcast at 8:00am, 9:15 am and 11:00am both Sundays. You can watch online at https://fellowshipcommunitychurch.churchonline.org/
We are also, temporarily, suspending all activities, meetings, and programs at both church facilities until the mandates are lifted. The church office will be officially closed, though we will still access calls, letters we receive. As far as small groups held outside the building, we're recommending that they not meet for the time being so we are doing everything to protect those that are vulnerable (let's "flatten the curve"!). We will be re-evaluating continually, and seeking to support the efforts of our health officials in their attempts to control the impact of the Coronavirus.
As a reminder, we have a terrific online giving resource, which can be accessed at https://fellowshipsj.life/give Or, if you normally give by check, you can mail it directly to the church.
Our Pastoral staff will be starting a daily blog on Monday (March 16). One of our Pastors will be sharing a daily devotional, "Hope Over Fear" focused on God's truth in this unique season in our culture and in our world. It is a season of fear for many, unsettlement for all. God speaks into all the issues we face in times of uncertainty. As a staff, we will provide daily video devotionals, and practical resources to reflect and interact with. You can reach these resources and devotionals on March 16 (Monday) at https://www.fellowshipsj.org/coronavirus
We will see you ONLINE this Sunday!!!
Until further notice, all activities, meetings, and programs at both church facilities until the state and national restrictions lift.
It is also recommended that small groups and meetings not meet in person.