- Phone: (601) 276-2396
- Mailing Address: 1109 Robb St., Summit MS 39666
**December 20, 9:00AM**
Due to a increased COVID-19 exposure, there will be no in-person services on December 20, 2020 or Christmas Eve. More updates will follow in the coming week.
**July 7, 2:00PM**
We are closely monitoring the rising cases of COVID-19 in our area and are continuing to take every possible precaution. Our goal is to provide a safe environment for continued corporate worship.
We are asking that you consider the following questions BEFORE attending any events on campus at FBC Summit.
If you (or someone in your household) answer yes to ANY of the questions below, you and your family should remain at home and join us for worship online.
Questions to Ask Before Attending On-Campus Events
**June 25, 12:00PM**
Bro. Larry provides the latest update regarding our summer schedule.
**June 19, 2:15**
Due to a rise in local cases of COVID-19, we will be postponing small groups for the next 2 weeks. This Sunday, June 21, we will have services at 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 with nursery available for 0-3 years old.
**May 14, 1:45 p.m.**
As you prepare to join us on campus for worship Sunday, please watch this video from Bro. Larry.
**May 5, 1:30 p.m.**
We understand that information is constantly changing, therefore this plan may be subject to change as we receive more guidance from state and local officials. We as for you patience and prayers as we work to gather together in corporate worship soon.
**April 5, 10:00 a.m.**
Due to the statewide shelter-in-place order, the church office will be closed beginning Monday, April 6. You can reach church staff by leaving a voice mail (601-276-2396) or emailing . You can find worship services and weekly devotionals on our WATCH page or on our social media accounts.
**March 25, 9:00 a.m.**
Here's the latest update from Chris Weaver, Associate Pastor.
**March 19, 10:02 a.m.**
Unfortunately, we announce that we will not be having on-campus worship services this Sunday, March 22. This decision is made in an effort to ensure safety in our community. Our waiting until now to cancel was to confirm that we had the most accurate and up-to-date information available and was never an effort to be intentionally subversive. Corporate worship is essential to church life and that conviction alone is why we have been patient in making this decision. These are uncharted waters in the life of our nation, and we want to be part of the collaborative effort to win the war against this virus. Now is a time to remain prayerful, hopeful, and committed.
I challenge each of you to share the love of Christ and to participate in worship by watching on our website or on Facebook this Sunday. We also encourage you to give sacrificially online through our website. This decision is for this coming Sunday only. We will keep you updated each week as to our schedule. I love you and am praying God’s protection for your family.
**March 16, 2:48 p.m.**
From Bro. Larry:
There have been numerous legitimate questions regarding why we are continuing to meet on Sundays for worship service. If it is your conviction that you and your family need to stay home then we encourage you do to so without feeling any guilt for that decision. We encourage you to watch via Livestream and Facebook and give online through the website. As a church we continue to offer Sunday services because we are encouraged in Hebrews 10:25 not to give up meeting together. Since the early church, congregations have met on Sundays as a celebration of the resurrection. Over the centuries, the church has faced numerous difficult challenges from plagues to persecution. It is in those times that the church is called upon to continually remind us of the sovereignty of our God and redirect our focus to Him. We continue to lift up prayers for healing, protection, and wisdom moving forward.
At this time, here is our plan at FBC Summit concerning Wednesday night and Sunday services for this week.