FLEMINGTON—After experiencing a fire in September, the pastor of the Flemington Assembly of God would like to remind individuals that the congregation is still continuing to hold worship services.
According to Pastor Sylvia Simons, in spite of the tough times the church has had to endure, they are still gathering to hear the word of God. She encourages anyone who would like to attend to do so.
After flames tore through the building, leaving it in ruins and not in a state of use, the church members switched gears to find a place to gather for worship, and they have found a new temporary home at the Flemington Community Building.
And although the structure was deemed a total loss, church officials said that they plan to rebuild from the destruction, finding hope in the fact that the church’s cross did not receive any damage from the inferno. Until that time, the congregation will be meeting at the community building.
Worship services will take place on Sunday at 11:00 a.m., as well as 6:00 p.m., where members can also take part in the Discipleship Groups.
Then on Wednesday, youths can take part in a virtual Kids Night Out at 6:00 p.m., through the church’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/flemingtonassembly/?rf=442201655967680. There, an Adult Bible Study will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesdays, as well.
The site can also be used to attend the regularly scheduled church services virtually, for those who may not feel comfortable gathering in a group setting.
“We’d like to thank everyone that has reached out to convey their love, prayers and support during this difficult time in the life of our church. We invite you to attend our services,” said Simons. “Flemington Assembly has upbeat worship, relevant teaching, and a come as you are atmosphere. Whether you’re here for the first time, or have been here since day one, we promise you’ll always be treated like part of the family.”
For more information, please visit the aforementioned page, or visit www.flemingtonassembly.org.
Flemington Assembly of God may be reached directly by calling 304-506-3448 or by emailing [email protected]