IN-PERSON SUNDAY CELEBRATION RESUMES July 26

Updated month, day 2020

On Sunday, month-day, HMCC-AA will being holding in-person Sunday Celebrations while continuing to livestream of gathering. RSVP’s will be required and maximum capacity of these gatherings will be 50 people.

For more information, please read our full Guidelines for In-Person Sunday Celebrations below:

  1. If you have symptoms of mild illness, we would recommend staying home and watch the live stream
  2. Likewise, if you have traveled to places where COVID-19 that has widespread, ongoing, community spread, we would recommend staying home for a period of 14 days before attending a large group gathering
  3. If you are at higher risk for severe sickness from COVID-19 (e.g. elderly, chronic heart or lung conditions, immunosuppressed), we would recommend staying home as well

PAST UPDATES

April 2, 2020

We as HMCC wanted to have a central place to update our church family with information about our response to the ongoing COVID-19 disease and other relevant information. If you would like to stay up to date with us, you can visit this page, but we would also encourage you to connect with us in the following ways:

  1. Sign up for our e-mail list. We send out both changes that we need our entire church to be aware of as well as pastoral thoughts through this season
  2. Follow us on social media: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube
  3. All of our live streams will appear on our YouTube channel

ONGOING CALENDAR CHANGES

  1. Morning Prayer & Chapel Time have been canceled
  2. All Sunday Celebrations and Friday Access gatherings will be live streamed online

GUIDELINES FOR LARGE GATHERINGS

If we do have large group gatherings in the future, we would advise the following:

  1. If you have symptoms of mild illness, we would recommend staying home and watch the live stream
  2. Likewise, if you have traveled to places where COVID-19 that has widespread, ongoing, community spread, we would recommend staying home for a period of 14 days before attending a large group gathering
  3. If you are at higher risk for severe sickness from COVID-19 (e.g. elderly, chronic heart or lung conditions, immunosuppressed), we would recommend staying home as well