UPDATED BASED ON NEWET COVID-19 REGULATIONS
The Advent season is just around the corner and FBCH is here to help you prepare for Advent-Christmas worship, share opportunities to enact God’s justice, and get you in a festive mood. Drive-in to the FBCH parking lot on November 28th between 10am -1 pm as we kick off advent with an Advent Workshop.
We will deliver to your car a beautiful Advent-Christmas Worship Guide book with all the liturgies, carols, Scripture readings, and art that will lead us through our 11 Advent-Christmas services. For the first 70 individuals/families that sign-up, we will also provide Advent candles so that you can light them at home as we worship together.
We can also deliver to your car a Feed Nova Scotia food box to collect dried goods for local food banks.
Sign-Up for Drive-By (Parking Lot Delivery)
We understand that many of you may be uncomfortable coming to an event in person but would still like to receive an Advent-Christmas Worship Guide and drop off food to the food drive. If you would like to just do a “drive by” pick-up, runners will be happy to bring your bag out to your vehicle and collect any items you would like to leave.
Click Here to Sign-Up for the drive-by (parking lot) to pick-up a worship guide and other materials (you can also deliver food or other items)
Request Home Delivery of Worship Guide (Limited Capacity)
If you cannot pick-up in person and would like a copy of the worship guide delivered to your home, let the office know and we will try to line-up some elves to make deliveries (but we have limited delivery capacity).
Email the office if delivery is needed.
Photos or video may be taken during the event that could be used on our website, social media or future promotions please let us know if you would like to remain out of these videos or photos.
*Everyone must wear a mask at all times, stay home if you are experiencing any symptoms associated with COVID 19, have travelled outside of the Atlantic provinces in the last 14 days, have been in contact with someone who has a confirmed case of COVID-19 or have been advised by your physician or Public Health professional to be in self- isolation (currently or within the last 14 days)., sanitize your hands regularly, and practice physical distancing.