Step 2: May 17- May 31

In Home Worship Gatherings with 2-3 families or friends following CDC Guidelines. 

Worship online through Facebook Live or Fusion Church Website Live Stream

Hosting information and suggestions for connecting to other families are below and on our website.

Experience In Home Worship Together

Step 2 of Fusion Church’s transition back to live gatherings included meeting in smaller groups in homes to experience worship together.  Following are some ideas and guidelines to help you consider options and discern how to effectively and safely, connect with others if you choose to meet in homes:

Why Meet in a Home?

In future steps, groups will be able to meet on the church campus.  Opening our homes, for those who feel comfortable, will provide community, fellowship, and connection as we safely adjust to a new normal.  Meeting virtually has been good over the past few months, but nothing can compare to meeting in person.  Meeting in homes will help some Fusion attenders adjust physically and emotionally after such a long season of being at home.  As you consider meeting in a home, we encourage you to follow all CDC and Georgia Department of Health recommended guidelines.

Purpose of Meeting?

The home can be a great place for a smaller group to participate in the online experience, including fellowship, prayer and discussion. This type of meeting can occur on a Sunday morning or throughout the week using the church website or Facebook Live.

Who Should Meet?

Only those who are comfortable meeting in person should do so. Those who are in the vulnerable health categories should give extra consideration before meeting in person. No one experiencing any signs of illness (e.g., fever, coughing, sneezing, loss of smell/taste, etc.) should attend.

Another Option to Consider

An alternative to meeting in a home would be meeting at a home. Groups could choose to meet in a yard, back porch, driveway, cul-de-sac, etc. This could provide more space and ease safety concerns. When meeting outside be sure to check the weather forecast and consider how technology could be used outside. Meeting outside could be a group outreach opportunity to your neighbors.

There are just a few of the items you want to consider as you host or lead a smaller gathering in a home.  Until we are able to all be together again on campus, think of how you can creatively and safely begin the process of gathering together in person.

Life Group Meetings

Life Groups are welcome to meet in person as long as less than 10 people attend while maintaining the CDC Social Distancing Guidelines.

(For more info on How to start a group/Leading/Hosting a group in your home CLICK HERE)