Freeman Baptist Church
Freeman Baptist Church plans to resume our regularly scheduled services this Sunday, May 10. To ensure the safety of our people, the deacons are recommending these guidelines related to the coronavirus:
First and foremost: 1) if you are in a high-risk group due to age, health, or other factors, we strongly recommend you stay home and not expose yourself to unnecessary health risks, but we will also respect your decision if you choose to attend.  2) If you have any symptoms of compromised health (coughing, sneezing, fever, etc.), or if you have been exposed to the virus within the last 14 days, please stay home and do not expose others to unnecessary health risks.
During the time the church was closed, the building was thoroughly cleaned. Surfaces were wiped down with bleach and the air was deionized with special equipment. We are confident that the building, as it now stands, is free of the virus. That may quickly change as we begin to meet. To minimize that possibility we will observe the following:
    1. Maintain social distancing in our services. While it is not possible to maintain a six-foot distance between each person, it is possible to maintain some distance and to refrain from physical contact with others. With that in mind, we will suspend our meet-and-greet during the service, and we will set the offering plates in the entryway to minimize the number of hands that touch them.
    1. Wear masks. Masks are not required, but they are requested. Masks will be available for anyone who needs one.
  1. Clean the church after every service. This includes disinfecting surfaces that are touched most often like door knobs, handrails, light switches, plumbing fixtures, and the backs of pews. Please let Tony know if you would like to volunteer to help with this.
We cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed to the virus when you come to church, but we will do our best to minimize the risks.  As we move cautiously forward, let’s heed Paul’s instructions to treat one another as more important than ourselves (Philippians 2:3) by making it as comfortable as possible for everyone who chooses to return at this time.
You are more than welcome to listen to past sermons Here on our website.
This Link will take you to the video of Pastor Brewster ‘s most recent sermon.
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Please follow the guidelines of the CDC to help prevent the spreading of this virus. The CDC’s website can be found Here.