FBJ’S RESPONSE TO COVID-19
Updated: September 14, 2020 | 10:30 am
The landscape surrounding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is changing constantly these days. This is your location to find out the official news from First Baptist Jackson as we navigate the impact of this virus here in Mississippi.
Bookmark this page for the latest updates related to COVID-19 as it impacts our FBJ community.
Because First Baptist Jackson is a multigenerational church with members and attendees from across central Mississippi, we feel an obligation to you and our community to take every precaution possible. While that doesn’t mean we should take a break from community, it does mean that we can continue to experience times together digitally thanks to technology platforms.
We are looking forward to welcoming on campus, but as you may expect, things will be a little different.
We will have two services on Sunday: 9:00 am and 10:30 am. To learn more about our plans and what we are doing for the safety of our members, please visit the link below.
For those who are more comfortable worshiping from home at this time, we will continue to livestream our 10:30 am service.
We also have two weekly television broadcasts on Sundays: on WDBD FOX40 at 8:00 a.m. or WLOO at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings.
You can click here to see where these stations may be located on your local cable or satellite provider. These broadcasts are a week delayed, but still allow the FBJ family to worship together.
All weekly activities including Bible Studies, Mom’s Day Out, Preschool, Kids, Student, and College, and Music Ministry activities are canceled for this coming week and the foreseeable future. If you have any questions, please contact the church office or the ministry area directly.
SUNDAY SCHOOL, LIFE GROUPS, AND SMALL GROUPS
While Growth Groups (Community Groups, Sunday School, etc.) are not currently meeting on campus, many are meeting online or off campus. Please contact your group leader for more information. For information related to Life Stage ministries (Preschool, Kids, Students, and College) please contact the Family Ministry office.
Beginning September 20, there will be a Senior Sunday School at 8:00 am in the Chapel, for those more comfortable in a smaller group setting.
We are blessed to have a faithful family here at FBJ that includes some outstanding medical professionals. In conjunction with a medical advisory team and recommendations from the Mississippi Department of Health, we will evaluate our activities week by week to ensure the safety and health of all people who visit our campus each week.