Keep up with the latest news regarding how FBC is responding to COVID-19, and how you can help.
What to Expect
We will return to in-person worship on Sunday, June 7th. Our staff put together an instructional -- and light-hearted -- video about what to expect when we return.
Unprecedented times call us again to care for our neighbors, community, and ourselves. In light of COVID-19, we are challenged to truly be the church at the heart of the city, to unite in love, to support the vulnerable, to be resilient forces for good.
Some of the ways we as a church are mobilizing in terms of missions:
We have donated over 7,000 masks to Huntsville medical professionals, Huntsville City Schools, and Manna House.
We've paired 40 of our members to over 400 of our experienced adults for weekly check-ins and groceries.
We are supporting and encouraging 30 of our MD's, RN's, and medical personnel through prayer, notes, and supplies such as goggles and masks.
We are making financial contributions to local organizations such as Manna House.
We are making financial contributions to our partners in New York City, Graffiti Church, as well as our mission partners in Uganda and Belgium. They are all offering essential care at the epicenter of the breakout.
We have created a grant for members who have lost income due to COVID-19. If you have lost income, please reach out to Scott.
We are hosting free Covid-19 testing through Thrive Alabama.
We are praying for our city, our community, our country, and our world!
Graffiti NYC Food Distribution
FBC Donated Masks
Amani Sasa in Kampala, Uganda
What You Can Do
If you wish to financially give, donations can be addressed to FBC and marked ‘Benevolence.' Or you can do it through the link here. If using the link, in the "Select a Fund" drop-down, choose "Benevolence."
Other ways to support:
Sew masks for area hospitals. For more information, see below.
Reach out to individuals in your neighborhood who might need help during this time (see below).
Support local businesses.
Routinely check-in on each other.
Often unprecedented days lead to unprecedented levels of anxiety and isolation. Through this storm, let us remember that we are all in this together!
If there are other ways you'd like to see our church contributing in our city or organizations we should support, contact Scott@fbchsv.org
We are sewing and donating masks for Huntsville Hospital, Crestwood, HEMSI, and Madison County Medical Society!
For Madison County Medical Society:
Masks can be dropped off at Joann Fabric and Huntsville Sew Creative. For questions, contact
HH Occupational Health Group (OHG) locations in Huntsville, Madison & Decatur are open 8:00am-4:00pm, Monday - Friday.
Huntsville: HH Med Mall, 1963 Memorial Parkway SW #24, 35801 (256) 265-7000
Madison: Meadow Green Center, 9238 Madison BLVD, Bldg 1, St 200, Madison, 35758 (256) 265-3285
Decatur: Decatur West Campus, 1615 Kathy Lane SW, Decatur, AL 35603 (256) 973-4325
For questions, contact 256.265.8077 or email@example.com
In an effort to reach those in your neighborhood who might need help during this time, we've shared a postcard below that you can use.
Please print it off (2 per page) and place it on your neighbor’s doorstep inviting them to contact you and watch our church services!
COVID-19 Response Form
If you need help or would like to help, please let us know using the form below.
During our absence from meeting together, we will post a devotional thought from one of our ministers every Wednesday at 7pm. The devotionals will be posted on our Facebook page - if you don't have Facebook, you can view these on our "Newsfeed" page. We'll also post the devotionals here on Thursdays.