Under the guidelines of government officials, Harrison Faith Church will move into Phase 2 Operations. However, things are still not back to normal but we are getting closer.
While we cannot guarantee a germ-free environment, we are taking steps to help prevent transmission of COVID-19. You can read more about those steps below. If you are sick, have a fever, present signs of cold, flu, or COVID-19 symptoms, or if you have been in contact with anyone who has had COVID-19 in the past 14 days, please stay home.
We care about your health and safety. If you are in a high-risk group, we encourage you to continue attending online during Phase 2.
As a result of social distancing guidelines, our capacity is limited to 150 people in each service. Seating availability is on a first come – first served basis until our seating capacity has been reached. If a service is full, that option will not be available.
In-Person Service Schedule
Sundays | 10:30am | Adult Service | Main Auditorium
Our auditorium has been set up to allow for social distancing. We have measured and observed the federal standards – six feet between family units. During Phase 2, we will continue services only. These services will include Sunday morning Adult Service, Wednesday night DIG Groups, and Wednesday night Youth Services. All other classes and activities will be online for now.
Childcare will be available with limited spots for those who pre-register for the appropriate age group. The nursery and preschool will be open for the following services and ages.
To better acquaint your family with the rules and guidelines for nursery and preschool area, we ask that you please see the “Reopening Plan KidMin 2020”
To help prevent the spread of infection, we encourage everyone to wear a face mask when entering/exiting and while walking around the building. You are welcome to remove the face mask during service once you are at your seat. If you forget your mask, we will be more than happy to provide you one upon request. Children ages 10 and under will not need to wear a mask. If you have a health condition that makes it impossible for you to wear a mask, we understand.
The Connection Center is open with drinks being served by our Host Team. To assist with social distancing, we will have one-way flow through this room so we ask that you watch for the signage. We will not be promoting congregating but will have tables in the lobby to stand at while enjoying your beverages.
Before every service, the auditorium and all high-contact surfaces will be disinfected. We will only allow people in the building after it has been cleaned and sanitized.
Hand sanitizing stations are set up throughout the building. We encourage their frequent use.
If you need to sneeze or cough, please cover your mouth and nose or sneeze into your elbow.
We will continually wipe down surfaces in the restrooms and other high-contact areas.
Drinking fountains will not be available for use, however water is available in the Connection Center. You are encouraged to bring your favorite water bottle from home for refreshment during the service.
We will not distribute any bulletins or printed materials. Offering envelopes will be placed on the chairs. Extras will be removed and destroyed between services. There are offering baskets at the Info Desk for your offerings as you exit.
Greeters will be wearing masks. We will not shake hands, hug, or high five. Instead, we will air hug, wave, and use verbal greetings.
We encourage you to continue giving online. Before and after services a touch-free bucket will be available to allow you to drop your -in-person offering.
Please continue to check-in on Facebook so we can see your attendance.
Enter & Exiting the Building
When you enter the building please let our host team know how many people are in your group so they can find you the perfect spot to sit together. (Balcony will be reserved for volunteers). After service, we will dismiss you and direct you on exiting the building to ensure a quick, safe exit.