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Special Announcement

Just a reminder that our Wednesday night activities return this Wednesday, March 10th! While we are returning to our full Sunday schedule as well, we will still be taking social distancing precautions and requiring everyone to wear their masks. Thank you for helping us love and protect each other! Just a little while longer!!

For the latest updates on our services please check our facebookpage.

We will still be posting to our virtual worship services on our Freeman Heights Family YouTube Channel

Important Announcement


We are not aware of any new COVID-19 infections in the last two weeks and thank God many that were affected are doing well. Based on those facts we are planning to resume onsite worship on February 7, 2021! The decision to return will be welcome to some and a concern for others. Church leadership is very concerned as well and have reviewed our practices and acknowledge there were instances in which masks were not worn and safe distancing not practiced. We must be more disciplined in the future to comply with the authority placed over us. Government mandates should be sufficient rationale for wearing a mask and keeping a safe distance according to Romans 13:1, “Every person is to be in subjection to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those which exist are established by God.” Before the mandate to be subject to authority, Paul writes in Romans 12:10 “Be devoted to one another in brotherly love; give preference to one another in honor;” Our love of God and each other is the rationale for being concerned for each other!

In the spirit of love, all members and guest will wear a mask while indoors and practice safe distancing. Because we are a loving and social people it is difficult to stand six feet away from each other. A barrier should be created in those instances when we must be closer than six feet. We will continue to review practices and processes to ensure the safety of all.              

It is understood that many of you may not want to return to onsite worship at this time and we honor that choice by continuing to post sermons online. Many of the classes have initiated virtual settings and all are encouraged to participate in those settings. Be patient and flexible as we will need to adjust as the situation changes.


Because of Christ,

Rev. Larry Venable

Rev. Mark A Booker

Prayer Line
Whether you have a burden or need a prayer, you can call the Church office at 972-494-3422 and inform our staff. If the office is closed press "400" and leave a message on our PRAYER LINE and we assure you that we will lift your concern up to the Lord in prayer. We will respect any level of privacy that you request. You can also request that someone call you back to pray with you directly if you wish.