Check back here regularly to find out how the Covid-19 pandemic is effecting FBC.
Covid-19 Alert...May 2022
Don't let your guard down. Covid-19 is still around and may even be on the rise in your area. Please remember to wear your mask in crowed areas, wash your hands often and consider social distancing whenever you can.
The CDC recommends that...
If you are not up-to-date with vaccinations and you have been exposed to someone with the virus that you quarantine for 5 full days after the initial day of exposure; get tested at least 5 days after initial exposure. After quarantine, continue to take precautions and watch for symptoms for an additional 5 days -- that's a total of 10 days of monitoring after the day of the initial exposure! If you develop symptoms, get tested immediately, isolate and call your doctor.
If you are up-to-date with vaccinations and you have been exposed to someone with the virus there is no need to isolate unless you have symptoms; but get tested at least 5 days after initial exposure -- even if you don't have symptoms. Watch for symptoms for a full 10 days from initial exposure. If you develop symptoms, get tested immediately, isolate and call your doctor.
We pray this information is helpful and for more information please visit the cdc.gov website or call your doctor.
Dear FBC Family,
We will begin to safely reopen the church building on Sunday, July 26 at 10am. We are calling this our “SOFT OPENING”. If you are ready and feel comfortable coming out for church services we are ready to welcome you back. Each week we pray more and more of you will begin to return so that we can get back to the joy of worshipping God together, under one roof, at First Baptist Church.
If you plan to attend church services over the next few weeks of this SOFT OPENING, please call the church at 732-681-2315 so we can get a good idea of how many members to expect.
What We Have Done
What to expect during service when we come back
What You Can Do
As we continue our SOFT OPENING plans we will keep you updated here on our website and on our private Facebook page. Meanwhile, to keep up on the latest national and state COVID-19 news, you can check out these websites: WWW.CDC.gov and https://nj.gov/