As of June 21st, we will be opening our building for in-person worship services! We are asking that you register if you want to attend. Please see the other resources below.
Re-opening Letter - here is a copy of the letter that we sent to your mailing address as well as the email we have on file for you.
Re-opening Guidelines - we've put together some guidelines that you will need to practice in order to gather while maintaining a safe and helpful environment.
Reserve Your Seat - As we reopen our building for in-person worship services we need you to let us know how many people are coming with you so that we can make sure we are following the appropriate guidelines.
Volunteers Needed - as we look to re-open we have several more volunteers to meet the needs of our new procedures. Please let us know if you can serve our church family in this way.
Join our Service Online
We will be streaming Sunday's Message online at 10:00 AM. You can join us at home by following this link: www.wearehbc.com/live or clicking on the picture below.
Ways to Stay Informed
We will be sending updates through these channels. The church email, our TEXT REMIND and through our Church App. Please take the time to get this set up to stay informed.
We want to continue to pray for you during this time away from one another. Please use this link to let us know how we can pray for you this week.
If you are experiencing any need or hardship during this time, please let us know how we can help you. Click the link below to let us know how we can help you or how you might be able to help others.
Even though we are not gathering together as a church family, there are still recurring expenses that need to be covered through giving. This would be a great time to give securely online via our website.
We've provided a resource for all of us to minister to our neighbors during this time. Click on the link below for more information!
We've put a list of helpful resources when it comes to keeping up with the Coronavirus.
Governor's Response to COVID-19
The FAQs: Coronavirus Explained by an Infectious Disease Expert and Pastor
Should Christians Be Anxious About the Coronavirus?
Latest Coronavirus Update via Pennsylvania Department of Health
Center For Disease Control and Prevention - Coronavirus
John Hopkins Coronavirus Map