With the growing concerns regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus), we are closely monitoring the rapidly-changing status and have been giving thoughtful and prayerful consideration to how BCC should respond at this time. We have made church changes as new COVID-19 (coronavirus) information became available. As information changes, we will update our website to best answer your questions and keep you well informed.
During this current health crisis, BCC continues to monitor federal, state, and local agency resources for guidance on how to care for our church family and community. Since, the Governor of Virginia has closed all schools in our state in order to slow the spread of the virus, and as we use Fairfax County Public School system closures as a guideline in relation to weather, we will follow them during this current health crisis. Pragmatically, this means all church events will be cancelled until further notice. Our decision reflects our desire to be wise to support the effort to slow the spreading of COVID-19. Our desire is also to love our neighbors in a tangible way by doing our part to limit the rapid spread of the virus.
Will BCC continue to gather for worship and weekly activities?
We have cancelled all on and off campus worship services, Bible studies, meetings and gatherings of any kind until further notice. We will offer a livestream worship service at 9:30am and 11am each Sunday that we do not gather in person. This is a unique time to worship from your home.
How can we pray for you?
Please send your prayer concerns to email@example.com. Please note in your prayer request if you would find it helpful to visit and pray (over phone) with someone from our prayer team or with a pastor.
How can we support you?
For those who are especially at risk or otherwise impacted by this situation, please contact our Care Ministry so we can find support for your needs such as food, household supplies, medications, and transportation. Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I help?
If you have a heart to help us provide practical support to others during this challenging time, we are building a volunteer team in anticipation of greater needs and will let you know when we need more volunteers. If you have questions about this, please contact us at email@example.com You may also consider providing additional financial support to our relief efforts by making a gift designated to "benevolence" by following the link below.
How can I give online?
You may give financially online HERE. We appreciate your normal giving to the church and encourage you to consider an additional gift to our benevolence fund during this time to enable us to better care for those who are especially challenged by the current situation.
Will the office and staff of BCC be available throughout the week?
At this time, our office is open by appointment only during normal office hours, Monday through Thursday from 9am-5:30pm and Fridays from 9am-3pm. To speak with a staff person, please call or email them directly since their hours in the office may vary.
If you have questions or need assistance, please call the church office at 703-425-0205.
Thank you for your support, prayers, and concern during this fluid national and state emergency.
A critical need for blood donations has emerged as a result of the COVID-19 epidemic and BCC is responding. On April 20, 2020 from 12 pm - 6 pm, BCC and INOVA Blood Donor Services will be hosting a blood drive at our campus. Donations are by appointment only. To register and for more information, including information on COVID-19 precautions implemented by INOVA Blood Donor Services, please visit: /missions-outreach/outreachvolunteer
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