In the past several months, our lives have been significantly changed by the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). We have been monitoring ongoing reports from federal, county and city authorities; to remain in compliance with Dallas County’s Shelter-In-Place Order, worship and all ministry activities will be online through Fall 2020.
Your vote is important!
As both citizens and Christians, it is imperative that we participate in the political process. Our experience with COVID-19 has shown just how much each one of our actions can affect our entire society; this election is yet another opportunity for each of our individual actions to impact the direction of our country. Regardless of who you vote for, it is important that each one of us exercises our right.
On this page you’ll find resources to help you navigate the deadlines leading up to election day, including general voting information for this area and other links that show you how to safely and effectively place your vote during the pandemic.
If you are planning to use a mail-in ballot, please click here for important instructions. The ballot must be folded prior to placing in the privacy envelope, and then placed in the outer envelope. NOTE: DO NOT FORGET TO SIGN IT ON THE BACK before mailing. Click here for a helpful flowchart created by Texas Impact on voting by mail.
View this three minute video featuring Dallas area faith leaders from across the breadth of the faith community sharing nonpartisan voting information.
In this video, Rev. Ann Willet talks about our duty as Americans and as Christians to participate in the political process, and what FirstChurch is doing to support our efforts to vote safely this season.
In this video, FirstChurch member Elizabeth Schorman (who owns a local business with her husband, Ryan) shares how she’s taking more proactive steps in this year’s election process.
In this video, FirstChurch member Bob Lane as he discusses why voting is important to him as a veteran and as Christian.