In-person Gatherings Resume! Sunday mornings meet in person and on livestream. Updates

Updates

Stay up-to-date with the most recent news regarding our response to Covid-19 and re-opening.

In-Person Gatherings

FOF re-opened for in-person worship on July 12! Worship times are back to 9 & 10:30am. (Both services continue to be live-streamed via Facebook Live.)


If you choose to come in-person, please observe the following:

  • Wear a mask. Masks are available at FOF, but we encourage you to bring your own.
  • Practice CDC social distancing guidelines.
  • If you're sick or exposed, worship from home until you're given the all-clear.


When you come inside, you'll notice the following safety protocol in place:

  • Custodians are on active duty cleaning and sanitizing surfaces.
  • Every other row is blocked off, keeping us further apart as we sing.
  • Seating is expanded into the coffeehouse area.
  • Drinks are all full-serve by masked baristas. Food and self-serve are on hold.
  • Offering buckets are located at doors instead of passed.
  • We plan to resume communion in August with safety standards in place.
  • Children's ministry is currently closed with anticipation of restarting in September. Parents, we encourage you to bring your kids to worship. Overflow seating gives kids plenty of room to run and the front office is open if you need a quieter space.


Other ministries:

  • Boulder meets on Sunday nights at 7pm. Check the Boulder Student Ministries page for details.
  • Contact your Discipleship Group leader to see if and how your group is meeting.
  • You can give in-person, online or by text, or mail in your donation.

Worshiping Remote

In-person worship resumes, but live-stream is here to stay. Prefer to still worship from afar?


Covid isn't Gone

Life feels like it's getting back to normal, but many continued to be impacted by Covid.


  • Check in on your neighbor. Yes, your literal neighbor. Make sure they’re doing okay.
  • Check in on someone who’s elderly or at risk. Go grocery shopping for them or help in some other way.
  • People have lost jobs and reduced hours. Buy them groceries. Help with a bill. Share your plenty in their time of need.
  • Be a non-anxious presence for someone else. Many people remain shaken and afraid. Share a hope in Jesus that’s bigger than disease, bigger than death. People want good news. Give some to them.
  • Pray for someone. Send a card, text, or email. Call and ask if you can pray for them on the phone.
  • Pray. Period. Against fear. For opportunity. For someone at risk. For treatments and cures. Pray.
  • If you want to help someone, do so directly or email Pastor David Gaddini at pastor@fellowshipoffaith.org
  • Contact your Discipleship Group or ministry leader. Regularly. Lean into your group or team for encouragement.
  • If you’re struggling emotionally, spiritually, or financially, need someone to get or deliver groceries, or rides to doctors and don’t know where to turn, email Pastor David Gaddini at pastor@fellowshipoffaith.org. There’s a whole church here willing to help.

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