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MARCH 30-APRIL 5
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For now, we are continuing to gather for worship via streams and broadcasts only. This Sunday, we will stream both Celebration at 9:30 AM (11:00 AM WSPA TV-7 Broadcast) and Genesis at 11:00 AM (Livestream online).
Whether dressed in your Sunday best or still in pajamas, we hope you'll tune in and worship live with us this Sunday from your home. The building may be closed, but the church is alive and well! Our prayer is that you will take every opportunity to connect with others through the technology we are so blessed to have so readily at hand.
To honor the recommendation of keeping meetings less than 10 people, we are taking a temporary break from our weekly meetings. Keep checking our social media and the content blocks above for updates from our different ministry teams.
The FBS main building and Hangar are closed with the exception of church staff and special considerations. We're taking every measure to stay connected with you over video, phone, and email! Click here to connect with staff phone/email contacts.
Activities NOT meeting this week:
Crossfire (Online stream Wednesday at 7:00 PM)
Hour of Encouragement
Choir & Orchestra Rehearsals
on-campus Life Groups / Bible Studies
Bible Study Fellowship
Neema Kiswahili Services
Our Weekday Preschool program is currently closed until further notice. We are taking every precaution for the safety of your little ones!
We are not in the office but do offer online counseling. You will find more details here www.fbs.org/newday. If you have any questions feel free to call 864.699.4290 for more information.
During this special time, we have decided to make some changes to the Bridge Operating Hours. Beginning in April, we will only be giving out food at The Bridge on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9 am to 12 noon. This is due to a low food supply and volunteers who have decided to stay in their homes during this time. We will not be open for food the rest of March to allow us to get ready for what we know will be a huge day on Thursday, April 2. Our Wearhouse is closed for clothing right now, as well. We will handle financial needs on an individual basis and over the telephone. If you have any questions, please feel free to call Valerie at 699-4450.
Why Jesus Had to Die
Dr. Don Wilton
Palm Sunday reminds us of Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem, culminating with a Passover meal with his disciples. This observance had special meaning in Jewish tradition because it was a reminder of God’s deliverance of his people from death. The blood of a lamb painted on the doorposts of their homes spared them.
On a deeper level, that last Passover meal Jesus shared with his disciples before his journey to the cross, and our celebration of the Lord’s Supper today, signifies Jesus’ broken body and blood, shed for our sins. Jesus is our Passover Lamb. All of us are unworthy sinners, but because of Jesus’ self-sacrifice on the cross for our sins, we have the gift of eternal life.
In these uncertain days, when COVID-19 is sweeping our country and our world, do you enjoy the assurance of eternal life? Today, you can make the decision to confess your sins, repent, and accept Jesus Christ as your Savior. No matter what tomorrow holds, your decision to follow Jesus guarantees eternal life, even in the face of death. Decide now to choose life.
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