Update on Worship times

Update 5/7/20

Big News!

Next week, May 10, 2020 we will be having church, at the regularly scheduled time of 11 am.

We hope you can join us.

Things to consider:

If you are in a demographic that is considered vulnerable to COVID-19 we encourage you to consider NOT coming. It is OK to miss church for a time if you are at risk.

If you DO come, we ask that everyone respects social distancing guidelines:

* Family units are to be separated by at least 6 feet from other family units. This means that families can sit together, but please show discretion when sitting or being near other families.

* There will not be hugging and handshakes. Unfortunately, we have to limit physical contact.

* There will not be Sunday School or Sunday night service.

* There will not be Children’s Church at this time. We hope to resume in a few weeks.

All of this is subject to change going forward if the State of Nebraska changes it’s DHM for us, or if we see any reason to show further caution. Please be watching our FB page here for future announcements.


This is Pastor Keith Brich.   

Per the requests from our President, and our Governor, we are suspending meeting for worship this weekend, and next weekend. At this time, we are expecting to begin meeting again on Sunday, April 5.

On the Sundays we do not have worship, we will be recording and posting a message. We will also be in touch through the week. If you know anyone in our church that would need to hear this, please share this information with them. 

If anyone needs any help in this time, I will be in the office, and I will be available for phone calls, or to talk. Please do not hesitate to reach out. 

We are also compiling a list of emails to communicate. If you would like to be on the email list, please send an email to pastor@albionfirstbaptist.org.

In the next couple weeks, please be in prayer for our community, our nation, and our church family.

We know that God is still on the throne, and he cares for us, and loves us.   He will carry us through this time.    

God Bless,

Pastor Keith Brich