Greetings Faith Family,
On April 20, 2020, most of us witnessed/heard the Governor’s decision to reopen various segments of the state of Georgia, effective Friday, April 24, 2020. As Governor, this was his right to do so. Please know however, that our response is not swayed by this development. The safety and welfare of our parishioners, their families and the greater public is of optimal importance. With that, the physical doors of the Faith A.M.E. Zion Church will remain “closed” as of this coming Sunday (April 26, 2020). Our Worship services, Mid-Week Prayer meetings and Bible study will continue through the virtual settings provided.
Rest assured, that any and all updates will be forwarded to you in short order and our lines of communication remain open to both forward and receive information. We are prayerful and, to this end, we remain committed to help one another amidst these uncertain times. We invite you to be prayerful as well as practical. Remain spiritually resolved and socially responsible.
Furthermore, the church office will be closed during this time. Members of the Administration Team, Trustee and Steward Boards will be available each week to address your needs. Please call the church office at 404-691-4075 or send an email to email@example.com if you need assistance.
We want to invite everyone to join our online Sunday Morning worship services at 10:00 AM and our Wednesday Mid-Week Prayer (Noon) and Bible Study (6:30 pm) via WebEx. You can join from your computer, smartphone or tablet OR you can join by phone.
Lastly, we want to thank you for your continued support of the ministry and the work of the church. To this point, we want to encourage you to continue to support the ministry through your giving. For convenience, our Steward Team will be available to receive your tithes and offerings via postage mail (to the church office) and in person on Saturday and Sunday from (12-1 pm). Also, feel free to give electronically online via GIVELIFY, PAYPAL or CASH APP. Again, thank you in advance for taking the initiative to help keep the church in “good shape” though we are not physically present.
For additional information pertinent to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit the CDC’s webpage at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov.