Worship Schedule

Our normal worship services and programs are currently suspended due to COVID-19 containment. This is a great time to check out our video content and tune in Sunday mornings for our live streaming worship.

  • Traditional Worship 9:30am
  • Contemporary Worship 11am

Regular Worship Schedule

  • Contemporary East Sanctuary 8:00 a.m.
  • Contemporary Wesley Hall 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.
  • Main Sanctuary at 8:00, 9:30 and 11 a.m.
  • Chapel at 6:00 p.m.
  • Hispanic at 11:00 a.m.
  • Chinese at 10:30 a.m.


Worship times may change on holiday weekends, please be sure to check our events calendar for updated schedule if you are planning to visit around New Year's, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, or Christmas.

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News COVID-19

Process for Return to Worship

Ken Roach   |    May 13, 2020

Frazer has begun a process of evaluating when and how we will return to in-person worship. While we are eager to see one another face to face, out of an abundance of caution our re-opening will not be immediate but will take place slowly through the summer months and beyond in careful stages.

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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Frazer has made it our goal to respond with faith in God and love for neighbor. Part of how we have demonstrated love is by suspending in-person worship gatherings to slow the spread of the virus, in conjunction with Governor Ivey's "stay-at-home" and "safer-at-home" orders.

Beginning May 11, 2020, the Governor implemented an amended safer-at-home order that removes the 10-person restriction on gatherings, subject to the social distancing guidelines provided by the Alabama Department of Public Health. Frazer's leaders believe it is wise, appropriate and loving to honor these guidelines, as well as those provided by our Bishop and Conference task force.

The next step for Frazer is to prepare to implement these guidelines while wisely discerning the right time for us to return to in-person worship.

The timing to resume in-person worship will be based on two factors:

With this in mind, the Frazer Family can expect several stages in our re-opening:

  1. Current Stage: In our current stage we are continuing online and television worship and also implementing our first Drive-In Communion Service this Sunday (May 17).
  2. Socially Distant Stage: Once a date is set for in-person worship, we will implement social distancing measures which will allow us to gather but may feel strange compared to worship as we have known it in the past. Older adults and others with high-risk medical conditions as identified by the CDC will be strongly encouraged to continue to worship from home or in Drive-In services. Childcare will not be provided initially in this stage due to the inability to maintain social distancing.
  3. Increased Engagement Stages: Frazer will continue to monitor State and Local guidelines to determine when some of these measures can be appropriately relaxed to re-engage in greater contact and restart ministries such as children's programs. Our goal is always to create an environment that is hospitable, loving and as safe as possible for all people.

Beyond Worship

Frazer is known not only for worship but also for our many disciple-making ministries and volunteer serving opportunities. Frazer leaders will be communicating further on our plans for how small groups, volunteer teams, and other ministry programs will re-open. In the meantime, we encourage you to stay connected through virtual groups and we celebrate the many ways the Frazer Family continues to serve others, including increasing our support for missionaries and local ministries.

Your Input Needed

Part of our return process is getting as much input from our congregation as possible. The Frazer Family is asked to complete the survey linked below as soon as possible. Survey results will help to shape the times and number of services we offer.

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