Can you believe we have been sheltered-in-place since March? The DB and Pastors are committed to the health and well-being of all our brothers and sisters. And of course, safety is of extreme importance. We are blessed with a facility that is spacious enough to allow for social distancing.
Over the past few weeks, Frisco ISD has been planning for in-person and virtual school attendance. Schools will start virtually, followed by in-person attendance in September. FCBC will be following FISD’s lead (on a one week lag). Currently, we will open our Children’s programs for in-person and virtual attendance, beginning with Sunday School virtually on 8/23/20 and in-person on 9/20/20. Awana will also be adapted to open virtually and in-person. will also be adapted to open virtually and in-person.
In order to minister to the entire family, the adult programs will be in sync with the children’s programs’ schedule. The adult fellowship and education programs will also open for in-person and virtual attendance. We encourage everyone to join together, virtually or in-person. For those of our “at-risk” population, we encourage you to stay safe and join virtually.
Room assignments and desk locations will be adjusted accordingly to ensure proper distancing. We will continue to require masks be worn, where permissible and possible. Disinfectant, masks and cleaning supplies are available at the entrance and each room will have additional cleaning supply stations.
It is important to note that this is the current plan and may be subject to change as additional information is provided by FISD, City of Frisco, Collin County and/or Texas.