As we resume in-person gatherings, we will do our best to provide a safe and sanitary environment for us to meet. We will have hand sanitizer at the entries and exits, we will utilize social distancing by sitting every other row with 6' between families, and face masks are required per our county guidelines. If you need a mask and do not have one, please just let us know. If you have been ill recently, had exposure to someone with COVID-19, have a chronic health condition or other risk factors that put you at greater risk from COVID-19, or if you would feel uncomfortable worshiping in an environment where some people are not wearing masks, we encourage you to participate online from your home until the situation improves and you feel safer worshiping in the larger environment.
Philippians 4:6 reminds us, “do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.” Please be in prayer for our community, those who have been affected, and our national and international leaders as they lead during this challenging time. Finally, remember God never wastes sickness, challenge or suffering but uses them to advance the gospel in the lives of priceless, eternal people. Rather than fear, live by faith and make use of all the opportunities to serve in the name of Jesus if this challenge surfaces in your connections with people around you.
Weekend Worship Updates - 7/13/2020
• We are holding both in-person and online services for the Weekend Worship each week. We are also producing children's content that will accompany our weekend service stream.
• Per county guidelines masks are required.
• We will no longer ask for registrations for weekend worship services.
● When in-person services resume, Sign Language Interpretation will be available only during the 11:00 am service time at the Urish Campus. It will be available on the Urish live stream at that time as well.
Ministry Updates - 7/13/2020
• SHAREFEST 2020 HAS BEEN CANCELLED. Be watching in 2021 for the new date for Sharefest.
• See below for tips for viewing our streaming content on various devices.
How to talk to your children about the coronavirus:
For toddlers - Why are people wearing masks? Why are people covering their faces?
For all children - Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus): A Parent Resource
What are the best ways to stream online?
We are providing many avenues to access our online services and events. These will work with many devices, including Smart TV's, Apple TV's, Roku devices, stream-enabled Blu-ray players, and Gaming Consoles. Below we will share some specific ways to stream to these devices – which one works best for you will depend on what kinds of devices you use.
First, here are the links where you can find our streaming content:
Fellowship Hi-Crest YouTube
For Facebook: (Account Required) Facebook offers the ability to stream from your mobile device and cast it to a myriad of TV's and other devices, or you can use the Facebook Watch TV App on many devices and watch our content directly on there. Use the search term "fellowshiptopeka" or "fellowshiphicrest" - Click here for more information.
For YouTube: (No account required) YouTube streaming works with the widest range of devices. You do not need the paid subscription YouTubeTV service to watch our videos. You can find the content by searching for "fbctopeka" in the YouTube app on your phone, tablet, or computer. Then, click the cast icon and choose your smart device or TV from the list. Your devices need to be on the same wi-fi network. Click here for more information.
Casting from your phone, tablet, or computer:
Casting is a method that puts your device's content on your TV screen. This can work well if you have a good internet connection and a strong wi-fi signal. Click on the options below for more information from each provider. Not all devices are compatible with each other. If you need help, email and we will do our best to help.