The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is dominating news and conversation. We are consistently seeking updates and gathering information from CDC, DHEC, and medical professionals. This is a serious situation and we as a church must exercise common sense and thoughtful response to the current time.
We will continue to pray, worship, meet needs, and give God glory - even if it looks different than what we are accustomed to.
How do we respond?
Get your information from reliable resources, such as:
Center for Disease Control and Protection (CDC): Click HERE
SC Departement of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC): Click HERE
Stay Up To Date
This webpage has been created for our church to stay up to date on ways that we are continuing to do ministry in the midst of this pandemic. Make sure you are:
Signed up on Flocknote with both your email and phone number, as it is our main source of communication. Click HERE
Checking this page for updates on major events and happenings.
The ministry of B3 does not end because of a pandemic and we are to continue to do what God has called us to do.
Give online by clicking HERE or mail your tithe and offerings to our church office.
Reach out to family, friends, neighbors, and fellow church members.
More information soon...
More information soon...
How Drive-in Works
Good Friday Worship on Campus in Your Car!
Safety is our first concern
You will be directed to a parking spot
There will be spaces between vehicles to help everyone see and stay socially distanced.
We will utilize a minimum number of staff and volunteers and they will maintain social distancing during the service.
You will stay in your car. This is NOT tailgating!
The only way to be able to hear the service is through your car radio, so stay in your car.
Bathrooms will be available, but only if absolutely necessary. Instructions will be given on bathroom procedures.
Please remember that the best information we have tells us that the virus is NOT airborne in the true sense. It spreads instead through contact with people or droplet contact that comes from their saliva, sneezes, or coughs, so stay in your car.
Since we are outside and staying in our cars for this event, it means we will be safer than when we make a trip to the grocery store.
We can be "together" in one sense while staying safe.
Hear The Story
The Mission Night will be scheduled as soon as possible.
Join us as we hear from our Mission Team as they share
stories of the amazing way the Lord worked in Tanzania.
Women's Bible Study for Thursday night
have been postponed.