Covid-19 Response

Providing a space for you to encounter the presence of God and remaining in community is important to us. So how are we as a church responding?

Being cautious while at the same time staying connected is our focus. How we stay connected is the thing that is changing. This Sunday, your FCFF staff will offer a way for you to worship from your home. This will involve you having access to the internet either through a computer or your phone. In the interim, YOU can help by spending time in prayer and reaching out by phone or text to those who are on your mind. Checking in with each other is important, and it will take ALL of us doing our part to stay connected with Christ and with each other.

What should you do if you have symptoms of Covid-19?

Washington Regional has a hotline (479-463-2055) for screening symptoms, which are fever, cough, and shortness of breath. They will determine whether or not screening is appropriate at their screening clinic, which is at 3318 North Hills Blvd (the old McDonald Eye Assoc building).

From our senior pastor, Ryan Pfeiffer:

I personally look forward to when we can look back on all of this as a memory. Until then we will be intentional so as to respect the health and well-being of those in our community. May you be aware of God’s presence with you.