As of August 2, 2020 we have reopened our building for Sunday worship. We understand that not everyone is ready or able to return to a public space just yet, and we want to assure you that we are committed to maintaining our online presence on Sunday mornings so that everyone can participate in our worship, whether they are with us in person, or with us online.
Because of recommendations from the government and health officials, things will not look the way you’re used to and we are asking for your grace and understanding as you consider whether or not to join with us in person.
- You will be expected to maintain social distancing and wear a mask while attending our service in the building.
- You will be required to complete a waiver stating that you understand the potential risk of participating in a corporate gathering and that you will not hold HMC responsible should an outbreak occur. You can read and/or download this document here. Please consider printing and signing at home and bringing with you on Sunday morning to help us keep the line moving.
- You will not be able to move freely about the foyer or sanctuary and must remain in your assigned seating, except to visit the washroom facilities.
- There will be no nursery, preschool, or children’s programming. Please bring along quiet activities for your children.
We will have spaces for 60 people. Anyone wishing to attend must register by 10 a.m. on Thursday.
You may also register by emailing email@example.com or by calling the church office 519-364-1823 (ex 21) and leaving a message with your name, phone number, and the number of people in your household who will be in attendance with you.
We will only contact you if there is a problem with your registration. If you need to cancel or change your registration, please contact us as soon as you can so we can make room for others.
We continue to monitor the situation surrounding Covid-19 and will following recommendations from our government and health unit. If heavier restrictions are reinstated, we are prepared to close our doors again.