Fear, the Bigger Pandemic...IN PERSON EVENT
Time & Location
About the Event
Tim Ezell will be our speaker this month! Tim Ezell is a pastor, leader and anchor for The Thread and a local news personality for FOX NEWS in St. Louis.
There’s a pandemic spreading like a wildfire in our neighborhoods, cities, nation, and the world: fear. The cure is not found in a shot or pill, but is available and offered to all...here and now. Join us on March 11th at 7 pm to find the cure.
Don't let COVID rob you of this much-needed encouragement!
We have 3 ways for you to attend:
- In person (limited seating)
- Belonging Host- Host a small group in a creative space to watch the event LIVE.
- Solo Belonging Online Viewing LIVE
In-Person: We are limiting in-person seating to 150 seats to maintain proper social distancing. We chose to limit seating to way under capacity to help alleviate any anxiety our guests might have with coming to a Fearless event in person. The comfort and safety of our guests is our number priority.
ADD ON There will be 50 spots to stay after the event is over for discussion group time with a Fearless leader. These discussion groups will last about 30 minutes. Plan to be done by 9:15 pm.
COVID-19 IN PERSON PRECAUTIONS* Our event will begin at 7 pm. We ask that you remain in your car until 6:45 pm. Once the doors open, you can come directly in to find your seat or shop in our store. There will be designated areas to walk in and out of the worship center and store for extra safety measures. Our team will be wearing masks. Upon entering, leaving, and shopping in our Merch area, we ask that you wear a mask too. You can remove your mask while the event is taking place. You can choose to sit six feet apart from someone because there will be plenty of room. Please do not move seats. If you would like to sit with a friend or group of friends--please come into the venue together to be seated. Prayer partners will be available after the meeting in designated areas where seats will also be placed six feet apart. Lastly, if you have any symptoms or have been around someone who has been sick, we ask that you stay home and join us online.