(Updated September 22, 2020)
Weather permitting, on Sunday evenings we will gather together outside for a time of worship and small groups from 5:00 – 6:30 PM. We will begin with a brief, informal time of worship. Each family unit will stay together for this worship time. Then we will break up into small groups for Bible Study and fellowship.
This event is weather-permitting and will take place in the Discipleship Center Parking lot on the north side of the campus at First Baptist Church of Huntersville.
Each family will need to bring their own chairs or blankets/ towels for seating.
All groups (adults, children and youth) will meet outside, but restrooms will be available in the Discipleship Center (for adults) and Education Building (for children). Masks must be worn when using restrooms and a limited number of people may be in the buildings at a time.
Childcare and children’s Bible Studies are available after the large group worship time for toddlers (walkers) and older. We will not be able to offer nursery care for babies, but parents with babies are welcome to come attend an adult small group and keep their baby with them.
By attending, family units are committing to remain six feet apart from others during the large group time and during the small group times when possible.
Youth and Older Children’s Bible Study groups will make considerable efforts to help students remain 6 feet apart from their teachers and peers. We know that younger, preschool children are less likely to understand this concept and therefore we can not guarantee that younger children’s groups will be contactless.
For the children’s Bible Studies: parents, please bring a blanket/ towel for your child to sit on, a bottle of water labeled with their name, and a mask for your child.
We have yellow arm bands to indicate that family units are committing to remain six feet apart from others during the large group time and during the small group times when possible. We also have red arm bands for those who wish to take extra precautions for medical or personal reasons; the red arm bands serve as a reminder to others to use even more precaution, like wearing a mask in conversation and remaining even further away.