Updated on March 18, 2020

Church members,

I want to give you an update on how Sylvan Hills First Baptist Church is dealing with the Covid-19 crisis.  We will not have any services at the church this week or next.  Next week we will reevaluate the situation and give you more information at that time.

While we will not have services at the church building, however, we will have Wednesday night  and Sunday morning services on line.  The services will be on our Facebook Live.  Just go to Facebook and search for Sylvan Hills First Baptist Church.  The Sunday service will begin at 11:00 AM and the Wednesday evening Bible study will be at 6:30 PM.  Also, on Wednesday evening Brett will do a service for the youth on Instagram.  Go to Instagram and search for Brett Moore.  These services will begin tonight, March 18.

During this time while we will not be meeting together please continue to give your tithes and offerings.  You can give online through our web page.  Go to www.sylvanhillsfbc.com scroll down to where you see “GIVE ONLINE” click on it.  You may also bring your offering to the church Monday-Thursday from 8:30 to 4:30 or Friday 8:30 to 12:00, call the church at (501) 835-2511 and someone will come out and get it. Of course you can always mail it to:

Sylvan Hills First Baptist Church
9008 Highway 107
Sherwood, AR 72120

During this time if you have a need that the church can help with or if you know of someone else who has a need please contact us and let us know.  I hope you will join us for our online services.

Keith Brickell

 

Church members,

With the concerns over the coronavirus I wanted to let you know that we will have regular services at church tomorrow.  If you are sick we ask that you stay home for you protection and the protection of others.  Also, for our elderly members, who may be at a greater risk because of the virus, you may want to consider staying home as well.  If you are unable to be at church in person you can go to our Sylvan Hills First Baptist Church Facebook page and watch our service live.

For those who are at church tomorrow I encourage you to wash your hands often and use the hand sanitizer that is located at each entrance.  Also, as we greet each other tomorrow I ask that you do so without handshaking or hugging.

The Southern Baptist Convention has asked all SBC churches to have a time of prayer concerning the coronavirus situation tomorrow which we will do.

I look forward to a great time of worshiping and praising God tomorrow.  Hope to see you there!

Keith Brickell