Congregational Well-Being

Due to the “Safer at Home” order issued by the Mayors, Fullview Baptist Church Bible Class and Worship Services will be canceled until further notice.

All Bible Classes and Worship Services will now be available online ONLY at

Refer to bible study notes which will be posted later today at:

Ways to continue your giving are available at:

You can now give using:

    • Fullview website online
    • The Fullview APP
    • Mail your tithes & offerings to Fullview Missionary Baptist Church at 7100 Memphis-Arlington Road, Bartlett, TN 38135.

*In addition, and for your convenience, you will be able to drop off your tithes and offerings at a drive-through service being offered between 9 AM and 11 AM Sundays only.

Please visit Facebook, Fullview App, or the church web site for Bible study materials and viewing instructions.

Your Pastor, church official board and staff are available to assist all members if there is a need.  Please feel free to call (901) 377.0341 and leave your name and telephone number.

Dear Fullview Family & Friends,

With the heightened awareness and public concerns regarding the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to assure you that public health and safety concerns are our highest priority.   Additionally, the CDC does not want to contribute to the spread of the Coronavirus which has no vaccine. So, out of an “abundance of caution,” we state the following:

The U.S. CDC is encouraging both older adults and people with severe chronic medical conditions to “stay at home as much as possible.”

You can see the CDC guidelines at this link for facts concerning COVID 19.  

DAILY OPERATIONS: Unless conditions on the ground change, the church office remains open Monday-Friday for daily operations, business, and ministry with a greater sense of cleanliness since this virus is said to live longer on solid surfaces. We are also encouraging social distancing.

WEEKEND WORSHIP: We will maintain our normal weekly worship schedule and encourage all members and friends to do what is best for themselves and the health of their families. If you are in a vulnerable group (see CDC link above) susceptible to this virus or have been traveling overseas, we encourage you and your family not to attend church but fellowship with us online via the Livestream.


As we do every Sunday, we will Livestream our worship service online for those who must stay at home.

“For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.” – 2 Timothy 1:17.

HANDSHAKES & HUGS:   Our team encourages you to wash your hands frequently and to limit simple actions such as shaking hands.  Also, if you or your children have fevers, chills, or feelings of sickness, please stay home.

HEALTH & SAFETY MEASURES: All Fullview facilities are intentionally cleaned to provide a sanitary and safe environment for members and guests to fellowship and worship God. Our team has discussed and implemented processes to enhance already-thorough cleaning procedures. This includes a comprehensive daily cleaning of all restrooms and various touch points including, but not limited to, doorknobs and handles, faucets, and hand railings.  In addition, our facilities staff continually cleans throughout and after services. Classrooms are in the process of being disinfected. We encourage everyone to follow the directions being distributed by healthcare providers by washing your hands with warm soapy water for at least 20 seconds.

. . . having cast all your anxiety upon Him, because He is concerned about you. – 1 Peter 5:7
“When I am afraid, I put my trust in you.” – Psalms 56:3    

BULLETINS: Bulletins will be laid out on tables for you to pick up as you enter the worship area of the Main Sanctuary.

COMMUNION: Our deacons will continue to lead us in communion.
OFFERING:  You may give your offering ONLINE at

God the Father has given us the freedom to make choices for health and hospitality for our church family and beyond. In this time of heightened awareness and anxiety here at home and across the globe, Jesus’ followers are called to remember that HE is sovereign over all things and to pray for the health and well-being of all our fellow human beings. In the meantime, let’s relax and plan to worship HIM, through this crisis.

Rev. Walter L.  Peggs, Sr. Pastor
Rev. Warrie Williams, Assistant Pastor