Virtual Resources: Worship, Bible Study, Giving

Worship Resources

Download weekly worship guides here.

Our worship services are livestreamed at 8:15 and 10:45 a.m. each Sunday morning on our Facebook page and our YouTube page. After the service airs it is posted to our website home page (Click Listen Now) where you can watch the service, listen to the sermon or download a sermon transcript. Past services and messages may be found on our Sermons page or YouTube page.

Prayer Chain – To share a prayer need email PrayerTeam@fbcjc.org.

 

Faith Formation/Bible Study

RightNow Media: There are many online resources for spiritual formation during this time of physical distancing. Our congregation has a subscription to RightNow media, which gives you FREE access to stream thousands of Bible teaching and discipleship videos for adults, teens, and children. Follow this link to set up your RightNow media access: https://www.rightnowmedia.org/Account/Invite/fbcjc.
Email hannah@fbcjc.org with questions.

Daily devotions: We regularly offer daily devotions delivered by email and available as a printed copy in our lobby for those with no access to email. If you are not already receiving our daily devotions and would like to sign up, please send us your request.

Local rebroadcast for homebound: Services are rebroadcast each Tuesday & Thursday at 7:00 p.m. on TV: Mediacom 81, Mediacom HD 80.16, Centurylink 99.

Giving Online

During this time, we encourage you to continue to give online at fbcjc.org/give or by mailing your check to the church office.

Give online: Click here or on the video below to watch FBCJC member Travis Ford walk you step-by-step on how to give online.

By mail: Mail your check to 301 E. Capitol Ave. Jefferson City, MO 65101. The mail is picked up on Mondays and Wednesdays. Our accounting staff will deposit and record checks each week.

Benevolence Offering: This Sunday is the first Sunday of the month. It is our tradition and practice to collect a special offering for needs in our community. The needs are greater than ever. If you’d like to give to our Benevolence fund, you can mail a check and write “benevolence” in the memo line. Or, you can give online and select “Benevolence” from the fund options.

We are grateful to partner with you and with God in Kingdom work, especially in times like these. We are better – and stronger – together.