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  • Mailing Address: 11135 W. Kellogg, Wichita, KS 67209

 

 

Coronavirus Covid-19

Updated: Tuesday, June 23 @ 3:40pm

Family Church-

It has been brought to our attention that an individual that attended a wedding ceremony at our church has been confirmed positive for COVID-19.  Here are the details that we want our people to be aware of:

  • The individual was in our building on Friday, June 19th and again on Saturday, June 20th.
  • The building and all known touch points were professionally cleaned and sanitized the night of Saturday, June 20th, in advance of our Sunday morning service.  
  • No member of the wedding party attended our Sunday morning service after contact with the infected individual.
  • All guests at the wedding, including some Family Church staff and members, have been made aware of the situation and have been encouraged to take responsible measures.

We believe it’s necessary to make our people aware of the situation.  We also feel that it’s important for our people to know that we have and will continue to take the necessary precautions in our facility and with our staff to best protect against the spread of COVID-19.

The reality of the situation is that exposure is something we all must deal with in today’s world.  For how long and to what extent?  We don’t know those answers.  What we do know is that we will continue to operate safely, responsibly and by faith, not fear.  

The infected individual is not a member of Family Church.  It’s our understanding that they were without symptoms during the time of the event and are without symptoms today.  We pray for a speedy recovery for that individual and for God’s protection over those in contact during the event.

If there are any pertinent details that develop, we will be certain to inform our church family.  

Pastor Boone

 

Updated: Thursday, June 4 @ 2:30pm

 

Updated: Thursday, June 4 @ 2:15pm

We are excited to announce that Sunday, June 14 will be our COMEBACK SUNDAY.

As we said last week, there is a lot involved in preparing for coming back together. So, I want to take a moment to share with you what to expect if you are planning on joining us on the 14th.

Obviously, it’s going to look a little different than it did before Covid 19, but we feel it is necessary to do every-thing we can to provide the safest worship experience possible, for our church family.

So, with that in mind, here are some things that we feel will help make that possible.

We will be observing the suggested guidelines of the CDC and our state and local officials, regarding social distancing, and personal hygiene and responsibilities.

  • If you’re in the high risk category, you may consider waiting awhile before returning.
  • If you are not feeling well, or have any symptoms, such as fever, shortness of breath, or coughing PLEASE think of others and STAY HOME.
  • Stay 6 ft. apart (seating in the auditorium will be arranged in a manner to best make that possible)

Here are a few other things that we feel are necessary at this time, as well:

  • The facility will be completely and professionally sanitized prior to the 14th.
  • Everyone will enter at the main entrance. (A member of our guest services team will be opening the doors for everyone, so no one has to touch the door handles, and each team member will also be wearing masks.)
  • Any personal touch, such as shaking hands, or hugs are greatly discouraged (let’s use wisdom)
  • Hand sanitizer stations and wipes will be available in strategic areas
  • Masks will be optional (but will be available to anyone who chooses to wear one)
  • The coffee shop will be closed until further notice.
  • No children’s classes or nurseries will be offered, at this time. (But we welcome your children in our service.) We will also have coloring packets available for them as well.
  • We will also be shortening our service somewhat, to be accommodating for our families.

And one last thing

If you choose not to join us right now, because we are unable to live-stream at this time, the morning service will not be available to watch until the next day. And the worship segment will not be part of the recording. Sorry! Our plan is to be live-streaming within the next few of months.

If you have any questions, everything I’ve shared with you will be on our website at FamilyChurch.com 

Updated: Thursday, May 28 @ 6:00pm

Please take a moment to watch this video regarding the reopening of Family Church.

Updated: Sunday, March 29 @ 9:00am

Below is the link for the weekly KidzTown lesson/activities for Sunday, March 29. We have a both preschool & elementary activities.

http://familychurch.cc/kidztown-activities/

Updated: Wednesday, March 25, 11:30am

Tonight @ 7:00pm on Facebook Live Debbie Baker will be sharing some scriptures & encouragement for the ladies of Fragrance. We invite anyone to be a part of this discussion tonight!

 Updated: Monday, March 23 @ 2:32pm

Tonight @ 7:00pm on Facebook Live Pastor Ryan will be continuing the men's bible study in Genesis. We invite anyone to be a part of this discussion tonight!

Updated: Sunday, March 22 @ 9:30am

Here is the link for the KidzTown weekly activities.
We have a preschool & elementary activities.

http://familychurch.cc/kidztown-activities/

 Updated: Sunday, March 22 @ 8:00am

Join us today at 10:00am on www.facebook.com/FamilyChurchWichita or www.FamilyChurch.com to hear a message from Pastor Boone & Pastor Ryan. Also at 9:00am tomorrow we'll be posting weekly lessons/parent guides for KidzTown. Lets stay connected during this time through social media!

Updated: Thursday, March 19 @ 8:30pm

All activities at Family Church have been postponed until further notice. On Monday, March 16 the Sedgwick County Health Officer prohibited any public gatherings over 50 people in Sedgwick County. Please watch video from Pastor Boone for more details.

Updated: Monday, March 16 @ 4:45pm

Men's & Women's bible studies is still on schedule for tonight @ 7:00pm

Updated: Friday, March 13 @ 9:06pm

We are all aware of the concerns occurring in the world right now regarding COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus. As we navigate many sources of information concerning this, we wanted to share some overall thoughts as to how we as a church family can be wise and thoughtful in our response. There are a lot of questions and speculations surrounding the Coronavirus. We are unsure what the next few weeks hold, but we want to take precautions for the health and safety of our congregation. Our desire is to provide a safe environment so we can worship Jesus together as a community.

Based on the information we know right now, we are still preparing for our Sunday service as planned. As we do so, we want to make you aware of the attention we are giving our facility, so that it is a safe place for our Family Church family:

  • Beyond the typical weekly cleaning, all surfaces used during last Sunday morning, as well as Monday and Wednesday night services have all been thoroughly cleaned (e.g. giving kiosks, check-in stations, door handles, chairs, railings, etc.).
  • We've instructed our ushers and greeters to not shake hands.
  • In addition to our weekly sanitation, our nursery spaces and children’s classrooms have received additional attention to minimize the spread of germs.
  • You may want to consider giving online or text your amount to 316-333-7223 to begin the process.
  • If you or your children are experiencing any symptoms identified by the Center for Disease Control (CDC): fever, cough, shortness of breath, or other cold/flu symptoms, or you’re uncertain about your health, please stay home.
  • The most important thing to do, to help reduce the spread of germs is to wash your hands with soap and water. It is a simple action with a huge impact!
  • Continue to follow the protocols established by the CDC and the KDHE (Kansas Department of Health and Environment).
  • We know our people love one another, but we strongly encourage a different greeting during this time of heightened awareness and concern.

Finally, let’s remember that we are followers of Jesus, and that He is not surprised by anything happening around us. Additionally, we believe that “God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love and self-discipline” (2 Timothy 1:7). As believers, we choose not to live in fear but to trust in the God who has proven His faithfulness. Our peace is found in Him alone.

“You will keep in perfect peace all who trust in you, all whose thoughts are fixed on you!” (Isaiah 26:3 NLT)