JULY 12, 2020 (8:30AM, 10:00AM, 11:30AM)

    We are excited to welcome you back to our main campus at 255 W. McClain! You can expect the same energetic worship; bible based preaching and for your safety, we have implemented some changes at the recommendations of the Elders:

    • Out of an abundance of love and caution, we want to do what we can to provide a safe and healthy environment. Therefore, masks will be required for adults. If an adult doesn't have a mask, we will provide one. Kids over 6 years old are required to wear masks.
    • Enhanced, and more frequent, cleaning and disinfecting in all areas. 
    • Limited capacity in our auditoriums and spaced out seating to accommodate physical distancing. 
    • Added hand sanitizer stations at key entry points for ease of access. 
    • We’re discouraging handshakes and hugs, but encouraging waves and smiles! 
    • Water fountains will be closed at all campuses, and coffee will not be served.  
    • For now, we won’t be offering communion, but we’re encouraging you to take communion on your own or in your groups. 
    • The church staff and volunteers who serve will be temperature checked upon arrival. We will also have a “peace of mind” temperature check station for anyone who desires to have their temperature checked voluntarily.
    • Main lobby bathrooms will be open.

    • Offering will be collected at the end of the service. To help accommodate this, we have added new “offering” boxes in and around the sanctuary. These boxes are locked to help ensure the security of the offering.

    • Our kids and students will not be meeting at this time. We are planning to re-gather with kids and students some time after school begins.

    • Our balcony area will be closed at this time. Our gym, fellowship hall and kids areas will be closed on Sunday mornings and Adult Sunday School will remain at our South Campus per the scheduled times.




    Elderly Care Team

    Volunteers are needed to make phone calls and stay connected with those in our 70+ age group, those in nursing homes, those that are home bound, etc. You will be given a list of individuals that you can reach out to 2-3 times per week to check on, spend time listening and just simply taking the time to care.


    If you would like to be part of this ministry, please contact Kitty Perkinson at the church office (812-752-2115) or send Kitty an email (kperkinson@scottsburg.church). Let her know that you would like to be part of our Elderly Care Team.



    Donate Food to the Clearing House

    The Clearing House (Local Food Bank) is collecting food to help with the need of vulnerable families in Scott County. If you would like to help donate to this organization you can collect any of the items listed below and return to First Christian Church of Scottsburg main office on Mondays (10AM - 2PM) or Saturdays (11AM - 1PM).


    You can also contact the Clearing House Directly - (812.752.0123)



    Canned Items (Fruits, Vegetables, Meat, Soups, Beans, etc)

    Pasta Items and/or Boxed Pasta Items

    Bread Items

    Boxed Meals

    Cereals and Oatmeal

    Boxed Breakfast Foods

    Boxed Snack foods for Children

    Jars of Peanut Butter, Jelly, Jams

    Personal Hygiene Items: (Bar Soap, Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Shampoo, Deodorant, Female Hygiene Items)