First Baptist Church of Bunche Park
Opening General Guidelines
We have reopened our facility for Sunday Services only- Services are held each Sunday begining promptly at 11am.
The maximum number of people allowed to attend services is set at 150 people. The overflow capacity in the
Fellowship Hall is 50 people. .Members are still asked to wear mask if you are attending services at our facility. Weare still following social distancing guidelines and there are designated markings on each pew to indicate where you should be seated to ensure social distancing. Who should not be attending: People who have Covid19 or whoare in isolation; people who don’t feel well or have a fever/temperature; people who are in a high risk group (over 50; health problems)
Sunday service are still held on Zoom. See our listing of weekly services below
Sunday Services will continue to be held via Zoom when church facility is opened. Sunday School and Prayer Services will be held via teleconference and Bible Study via zoom.
Sunday Zoom services @ 11am – 656-167-4226/ Passcode: 1993
Sunday School Teleconference @ (9am-10am) 515-603-3164/ Passcode: 211155#
Bible Study (Wednesday-7pm- 8pm) via Zoom -656-167-4226/ Passcode: 1993
Prayer Service (Thursday) Teleconference 425-436-6360/passcode 654087#
If you are unable to attend services we still enourage you to give. Giving can be done via mail by sending a check payable to the First Baptist Church of Bunche Park via USPS or by dropping in our mail box located in the front of the church.
Guidelines for Funeral Services:
The loss of a loved one is heartbreaking and we at First Baptist are doing all that we can so those who attend the funeral do not get sick! As we are all aware, we are all trying to prevent the spread of Covid19, a highly contagious and potentially deadly virus. Therefore, we continue to monitor and are following CDC and local government guidelines.
The following special guidelines have been developed in response to CDC guidelines and relevant legislation for responding to the Covid Pandemic The maximum number of people allowed to attend funeral services: including Pastor and church staff, should be 150 (140 families/friends and 10 church staff). The overflow capacity in the Fellowship Hall is 50 people. Who should not be attending: People who have Covid19 or who are in isolation; people who don’t feel well or have a fever/temperature; people who are in a high risk group (over 50; health problems). These are some precautions that we are taking so please share with family members who will be attending funeral services:
● Please always try to maintain social distance.
● Enter and exit the church building through the main entrance only.
● ALL attendees must put on a mask before entering the building and wear it throughout the service. The church will provide mask to those who do not have one upon arrival.
● ALL attendees must sanitize their hands once they enter the building
● ALL attendees must always maintain a social distance of six (6) feet; the exception is
a family group that lives together.
● There will be no choirs/singing at this time because of the potential to spread the virus.
● Please use designated restrooms only.
Additional Guidelines for Viewing:
● The 3-hour time limit for the viewing / wake has been restored.
● There will be no loitering or gathering in the foyer.
Not only are we here with you to mourn the loss loved and to celebrate his/her homegoing, but
we are also seeking to maintain a healthy environment for all! So please let us know if you have
any other questions or concerns.