It is essential that anyone who exhibits symptoms or tests positive notify me ASAP. So, we may be informed and inform the First UB Church Family.
As we enter the cold and flu season I know that it can be Inconvenient or disappointing for you and your family to miss out on Sunday morning worship. But for the health of the church family, continuation of all ministries, if someone in your house is sick with COVID-like symptoms, we simply ask that your family not attend that week to safeguard your church family.
We believe in these times as a church family we are once again challenged to remain: Fluid, flexible, all the while expressing our freedoms. We believe the right decision at this point is to allow individuals the right to choose how they want to participate in Worship, in person or to join us online, on any given normal week.
As your pastor and leadership the challenges that face us daily in our decision making process are incredibly complex to say the least. We continue to stand-by the freedom to express yourself in person or at home and support everyone in those decisions. We also recognize that as individuals you must ultimately decide for yourself and to know there is no judgement coming from myself or the leadership as to how you express your freedom in worship.
Currently, we are undergoing construction to widen our foyer, add a carport, and put on a steeple. Due to these changes, the main door of the church has been blocked off. During the week, please enter by the North Wing door (closest to the Fellowship Hall). On Sunday mornings, both side doors (North/South wings) will be available for use. Thank you for your understanding and patience!
The mission of the First United Brethren Church is to effectively communicate the gospel of Christ by word and deed toward the end that people will be saved and become faithful disciples of Christ and responsible members of His church.
“Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always even to the end of the age. Amen”