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CORONAVIRUS UPDATES

** UPDATED 3.18.20 @ 9:00am  |  PLEASE CHECK THIS PAGE FREQUENTLY FOR CHANGES & UPDATES (MAY NEED TO REFRESH YOUR BROWSER)

As concerns continue to increase surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we are committed to doing whatever we can to provide a safe environment for you and your family. Some of the latest guidelines for keeping your family safe can be found at this link.

To that end, our leaders have been constantly assessing current public health news and policy updates issued by the CDC and other appropriate agencies, and applying their recommendations to our current situation.

While God has not given us a spirit of fear, he has called us to love each other and to love our world, and to contribute to the health of our community. Exercising caution is not only wise, but is a tangible way of expressing love toward others.

In light of the recommendations of our governing officials, Foundation Church is making the following decisions and recommendations:
1. WEEKEND WORSHIP SERVICES AND WEEKLY ACTIVITIES

As of now, we will NOT meet for our worship services in person, on the Foundation campus. Instead, we will be live streaming our 10:00 A.M. service. You will be able to join us on Facebook Live, YouTube Live, or here, on the Foundation Church website. The service will also be available for playback at 1 that afternoon.

We encourage you to worship at home, together with your family and friends, and even consider inviting a neighbor to join you. (Please strive to keep these in line with current CDC guidelines.) In a time of uncertainty and fear, we can be a light of Gospel hope.

Moving our services entirely online was a VERY difficult decision for us, but we have been guided by two principles: (1) honoring our governing officials, who have urged extreme caution, and (2) loving our neighbors, many of whom, like the elderly or those with prior medical conditions, are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19.

We are extremely thankful for technology that allows us to host our services online and to stay connected as a church community during this time.
 
We will continue to asses the situation as closely as possible to keep you updated concerning our March 29th worship service and all other weekly activities. 
 
2. PRAYER AND COMMUNICATION

We are actively discussing the best ways to love both our community and our people during this time. We recognize that this is a dynamic situation with constant new information and updates. If we have to communicate any last-minute decisions or changes, we will provide updates on social media, via email and text messaging, and here on this webpage.

While we do not know what will happen as this situation changes, we do know that we can, and must… Pray. As we look to the days and weeks ahead, would you join us in prayer?

Ask God, in his mercy, to stem the tide of this growing pandemic, not only in our communities, but in cities around the world (Isaiah 59:1–2).

Pray that those who are called to address this crisis (particularly medical professionals and those in positions of authority) would be equipped to handle new cases with wisdom and compassion (Romans 13:1–4).

Pray that local churches would lead the way in exhibiting a spirit of trust in God and love for others (Matthew 22:37–39).

Pray for our overseas missionaries, that they would act as God’s ambassadors, continuing to offer the hope of the gospel (Mark 16:15).

As believers, let’s be faithful in this moment to be the hands and feet of Christ caring for the sick and pointing people to ultimate hope in Him.