It is with great excitement and caution that we are able to announce the return of in-person worship services at Fellowship of the Rockies! As a church staff, we have spent hours discussing, praying, and thinking through the most important questions relating to reopening, and what that will look like when we do. We believe that now is that time.
Fellowship of the Rockies now has more ways and opportunities to worship than ever before!
At the 8th Street Campus
We will have two, live and in-person worship services on Sunday morning at 9:00am and 10:30am. We will also continue to stream these services Online and on Facebook. Please use the button on the home page each week to let us know which service children will attend Sunday School.
At the Fountain Campus
We will have three live and in-person worship service on Sunday morning at 8:00am, 9:00am and 10:30am. We will also continue to stream our Sunday morning services Online and on Facebook at 9:00am and 10:30am. Please use the button on the home page each week to let us know which service adults and children will attend.
Important Details for all Campuses
Because of current social distancing recommendations, and our desire to protect our church family and surrounding community, we are taking numerous measures to ensure everyone’s safety. We will have masks and hand sanitizer available throughout our worship spaces. We will not be providing food or beverages at any of our worship meetings for now.
As guidelines change and we experience this new way of worshiping as a church, we will be flexible and respond appropriately. Things will change, but our desire is to meet the relational and spiritual needs of our church body while still respecting the recommendations of our state and local governments. Additionally, we encourage everyone to be cautious, especially if you are in a high risk category.
As we resume gathering together, we need to demonstrate a spirit of freedom and grace like never before. We need to understand that people are all in different places – and that’s okay! We need to understand that God gives freedom, and we should allow others to worship and interact in the ways that make them feel most comfortable. And we need to understand that God calls us to be gracious to one another. This is new for everyone, and so we must approach one another with love and grace above all else.
Thank you for your continued commitment to your church family. We are so excited for the things that God is currently doing at Fellowship of the Rockies. Though we stopped meeting in person, God never stopped working. He has brought us to this point, and we wait in eager anticipation to see what He has in store for our church!