Watch our online worship services by clicking on the media tab or by visiting our Facebook page.
Online services are posted to Facebook at 11:15 am on Sunday mornings and are available on our website on Monday mornings.
Drive-thru worship services are offered on Sundays at 9 & 10:15 am.
Re-Opening Phase 1 begins Monday, May 18.
The church office is open by appointment Monday - Thursday, 9am - 2pm. If you need to come by the church, please call 540-371-2954, ext. 0, before coming. Because of limited space in the offices and hallways, we want to maintain a maximum of 10 pesons inside the entire facility at any time.
If you enter the church building, the following are guidelines while in the building:
- Please wear a face mask and use the hand sanitizer station provided or wash your hands after entering the building and before meeting with staff or others. These are simple ways to protect yourself and our staff emembers.
Physical distancing of at least 6 feet is appreicated.
If you have a fever or symptoms of COVID-19, or have had known exposure to a COVID-19 case in the prior 14 days, please do not enter our facilities.
For now, the office is not scheduling church activities or reserving the facilities for outside groups. Whenever Phase 2 is implemented, the church's calendar of events will have priority before individual or community requests can be made for using our facilities.
Church staff continue to check voicemail & email regularly. Please do not hesitate to call and leave a voicemail if you need to reach us.
Scheduled gatherings, rehearsals, worship & bible studies on site at FFBC have been canceled or postponed until further notice. We will be sure to update you in the weeks ahead regarding scheduled gatherings.
Visits by Pastoral staff & the Deacon ministry will be very limited due to COVID-19. However, if you have an urgent need, please do not hesitate to call the church office, pastoral staff, or a deacon on call. We will do our best to support and serve you.
Church leadership will continue to spend time in prayer, and reassess as the current situation unfolds. Decisions made for the good of others is paramount in this time of health concern. We will continue to make decisions at FFBC that place our steadfast trust in the Lord, and make the love for our neighbor crystal clear. Please continue to pray for those in Fredericksburg, the Commonwealth, our Country, and around the world who are ill, and for those who are caring for them.
Isaiah 26:3 - "You will keep in perfect peace those whose minds are steadfast, because they trust in you."
To learn how Ferry Farm Baptist is approaching the COVID-19 concern, please click on the link below: