Posts from August 2020

Posts from August 2020

COVID-19 Update August 28 2020

On Sunday, August 23, our building reopened to small groups, educational groups, Playday teachers, and gym rentals. On Sunday August 30, we begin practicing our worship procedures in anticipation of re-opening our sanctuary to worship on Sunday September 13, at 11:00am. Because we are still in a pandemic world, things will look and feel different than they were in early March 2020. Your staff has been working diligently to help us ease back into a “new normal” of worshiping, meeting,…

Pandemic Safety and Sanitation Protocols

Pandemic Safety and Sanitation Protocols FUMC Allen has developed the following safety and sanitation protocols to help us ease back into a regular schedule of worship, recreation, education, and small group activities as we move into a post-pandemic world. Please read through these before returning to the building. If you have any questions, please contact Church Administrator Larry Wright. Your program and worship staff have started the process of defining church activities based on a risk tolerance level, which is…

Yard Signs Now Available for Your Mission Field

Loving God Loving Neighbor| A Message for YOUR Mission Field For years, the church as an institution has considered our “mission field” as the one-mile radius around the church property. We sought to learn as much as we could about those living and working in close proximity to our 601 S Greenville campus. Then 2020 happened. Through the experiences of social distancing and livestream worship, we have expanded our thinking and considered the limitations of a one-mile radius mission field.…

Risk Tolerance Levels

To accommodate the comfort levels of our guests as we open up our building for worship and other activities, we have created the following risk tolerance levels for our congregation to establish the defining safety protocols for all church events.

Pop Top Ministry Continues to Thrive at FUMC Allen

For many years now, Shelley and Mark Stevenson have collected pop-tabs for the Ronald McDonald House on behalf of FUMC Allen. Mark and Shelley have promoted this personal mission throughout their mission field by sharing this ministry within the church through Sunday school classes, children’s church, and Vacation Bible School. They have gone outside the church into their circles of influence, gathering millions of pop tabs along the way. On August 6 alone, Mark and Shelley deposited 13 containers of…