PGFUMC Coronavirus Response Plan

Update on March 19, 2020: All church gatherings, including worship, at our church physical facility are suspended at least until April 19.

In an effort to be proactive and help with social distancing, FUMC Prairie Grove is listening to the recommendation of the Bishop of the Arkansas Conference of the United Methodist Church, the CDC, and other health and safety officials. Beginning Sunday, March 15, all in person activities at PGFUMC will be transitioned to online experiences. We plan to resume services and activities in our building on Sunday, March 29. However, this may be subject to change as news develops. Please follow us on Facebook and our website for the latest developments.

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COVID-19 Update

All church gatherings, including worship, at our church physical facility are suspended at least until April 19, unless something changes drastically.

Appleseed Academy is still open with no one allowed in the building other than teachers, staff and children. I’m confident in their diligence to do what is best for their children and families. Thank you for your help keeping the church as quarantined as possible.

Our ministry will continue. Our worship will continue. Our prayers will continue. This time is our time to learn and grow in our faith and discipleship.

Please watch Facebook and our website for announcements, worship and prayers. Faithfully, Pastor Lee and your church staff.

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Worship and the Coronavirus

Dear Congregation,

As of today we will have worship this Sunday, March 15 in the sanctuary, as usual.

As everyone is aware, the coronavirus pandemic is a very fluid situation. I am watching for instructions from our Bishop and the Governor to determine if we need to move to an online service to avoid gathering together. Currently, all Coronavirus infections are in central Arkansas. I have to assume this will spread and affect our area at some time.

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