Freedom Church is committed to navigating this season with wisdom and integrity. We are loving God and our neighbors first, complying with government authorities, and fulfilling our mission at Freedom of creating a community that follows Jesus anywhere. We know you may have some questions and concerns. See below for some commonly asked questions surrounding our in-person gatherings during this time.
Is Freedom Church gathering in person?
Yes, we are meeting for our regular Worship Service on Sundays at 10:30a, Wednesday Mid-Week Service at 6:30p, and weekly Connect Groups. Freedom Kids and Freedom Students are also meeting at their normal gathering times. Click HERE to plan a visit!
If i choose not to attend an in-person gathering, can i watch your services online?
how should i respond spiritually to covid-19?
Covid-19 is yet another reminder we live in a fallen world. Ultimately, none of us is immune to this reality. But God has not left us alone. Jesus came to heal and set the captives free. He has conquered sin and death and is coming again with a new heaven and a new earth, where there will be no suffering, no sickness, and no death. Our God sits on His throne and because we have hope in Jesus we can have peace even in the most challenging times.
Let's continue to pray for mercy and healing for the sick, strength and endurance for medical professionals, insight for new researchers, and wisdom for city and government officials.
where can we get trusted scientific information from that also focuses on the church and our faith?
This is a great question. We believe we need to be "faith-filled" and "faith-full". Dr. Emily Smith, an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology in the Department of Public Health at the Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences at Baylor University and an adjunct Assistant Professor of Global Health in the Duke Global Health Institute at Duke University, explains why being "faith filled" is about us and being "faith-full" is about our neighbor!
The wife of a Pastor and woman of faith, Dr. Smith prevents scientific evidence that helps churches, leaders and fellow believers understand the gravity of our current pandemic while understanding the science behind masks, while also being informed by biblical truth!
Here's the link to a video we hope everyone would take the time to watch if you are a believer who loves the local church. Dr. Smith shares her thoughts on the current Covid-19 surge and how the church needs to respond.
What if i am not feeling well or have symptoms consistent with covid-19?
We love you, but please, stay home! If you or someone in your household is exhibiting any symptoms, we ask that you do not come to service. In addition, if you or someone you've been in close contact with has tested positive for Covid-19, please do not attend services for 14 days following your most recent interaction with them. We encourage you to joining us in watching service online.
How early can i arrive to service?
The doors to our Freedom Church gatherings will open 30 minutes before the start of service. So that would be at 10:00a for our Sunday morning Worship Service and 6:00p on Wednesdays for our Mid-Week gathering.
where can i sit?
You may sit in any row at Freedom Church that are available for you to sit in.
will i need to wear a mask?
While we encourage mask wearing at this time, we no longer require everyone to wear a mask at all times while indoors at Freedom Church. Please refer to our in-person service guidelines page for more information on masks.
Can i bring a friend or invite someone to church?
Absolutely! We are not changing our mission at Freedom. We have a desire to see lives transformed by Jesus.
What if i have another question?
For any other questions or concerns, please CONTACT US.