Special Announcement

HCFC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Plan 

UPDATE: July 21, 2021

Beginning the first Sunday in August (August 1st), in-person worship services will open to all members and visitors (virtual worship will continue as well). We will have only the one worship service at 9:30 AM. CDC and Maryland Health Department Guidelines in place at that time will be followed. With current guidance, there will be no mask requirements or distancing restrictions. We highly recommend that people who are not fully vaccinated wear a mask to protect themselves and others.

Upon return, we will not ask members and visitors whether or not they are vaccinated. We respect the right of individuals to make their own choice regarding this decision. We will, however, continue to make resources and information available about COVID-19 and vaccination opportunities. A great deal of information can be found on our church’s website.

Understanding that there will be no physical distancing or mask requirements when in person worship begins, we also respect members’ right and personal choice to attend in person services or to remain virtual.

We ask for your continued prayers for those directly involved in the transition and for members and families as they contemplate their personal choice of in-person or virtual worship. If you have any questions, please send an email to the church at hcfchurch313@gmail.com and someone will respond to you.

COVID-19 Resources

UPDATE: March 24, 2021

Please click here to view local COVID-19 Resources.

 

 

HCFC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Plan 

UPDATE: March 21, 2021

Recently, the Governor of Maryland lifted capacity limitations for certain businesses, restaurants, religious establishments, and many other indoor and outdoor activities.  While Maryland State has lifted restrictions, local counties still have the option to maintain restrictions in their areas of the state.  Such is the case in Frederick County.

The Frederick County Board of Health regulations that were enacted on November 27, 2020, remain in place for Frederick County.  Those regulations limit social gatherings, both inside and outside, to 25 people.  In addition to this limit, establishments, including religious institutions, must continue to comply with all distancing, at 6 feet, disinfecting, and mask requirements.  This board will be meeting within the coming weeks to review these restrictions, but in spite of this, the reason why restrictions remain in place in Frederick County is due to the disproportionate contraction rate of COVID-19 within the county.  Over a week’s time, the 7-day Positivity Rate jumped from 3.7% on March 11 to 5.1% on March 16, and as of yesterday grew to 5.2%.  This percentage is disproportionately high when considering our population size and is currently higher than the positivity rate overall in Maryland.  Confirmed cases continue to grow and deaths continue to occur.  The percentage of Frederick County residents who have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine is only just over 12%. 

Members have asked, given the state reopening, when we might get back into the physical church building.  Our Leadership Ministry Fellowship has determined that due to the continued high rate of contractions in Frederick County, and the slow rate of vaccinations, we will maintain our current status, holding all church worship, bible studies, and other activities virtually.  We continually reassess this, however, we remain concerned about our members’ susceptibility to the virus.  Several members have had, and have, coronavirus.  Our priority is to continue to prioritize the safety of our members.  When we are in a position to begin phasing back into the sanctuary, we will do so with all precautions necessary.  Our plan for phasing back in is fully developed and ready for implementation as soon as that time comes, but now is not yet the time.  You can find our complete reopening plan here on our church website. 

We encourage all of our members that, when you are eligible, please get vaccinated.  Both Pastor Henry and myself have already begun our vaccination treatment, as have many of our other ministers and church leaders.  While it was the case that Frederick County received a low number of doses of the vaccine to distribute, the county is expected to receive many more doses in the coming weeks.  There are several ways you can get the vaccine.  You may complete a Frederick County COVID-19 Vaccine Interest Form by going to health.frederickcountymd.gov, and there you will find a link for COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic Information.  There are also several other distributors in Frederick County and throughout Maryland where you can pre-register to get vaccinated, including CVS, Walmart, Walgreens, and mass vaccination sites.  To find a provider near you, you can go to covidvax.maryland.gov, put in your zip code and pre-register for a location near you.

We ask that you continue to maintain safety precautions by washing your hands frequently, maintaining your distance, and wearing a mask whenever you leave your home.  And, in the proper time, we look forward to returning to the physical church building where we’ll continue to sow seeds of hope, transform lives, and reclaim the world for the Savior. 

In His Service,
Pastors Ronnie Henry and Keith Harris

 

 

HCFC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Plan 

UPDATE: November 1, 2020

Greetings Hope Family!  Grace and peace to you, from God the Father and our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  As we approach our ninth month of striving to navigate safely through the global health crisis known as the Coronavirus Pandemic, we’ve continued to closely and daily track the specifics of the virus’ impact, both locally and nationally.  As you’re likely aware, Maryland’s positivity rate has exceeded 5% for the first time since June 2020 and health metrics are spiking locally and across the nation.  In fact, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan recently stated, “Since last week, most of our key metrics have worsened considerably.  More people are getting infected with the virus, more people are being hospitalized, more people are going into intensive care, and more Marylanders are dying.”  

Governor Hogan announced a series of actions to slow the spread of COVID-19.  A few of the newer and more impactful elements of the directive are as follows: 

  1. All residents ages 5 and older must wear face coverings in all indoor public spaces; and in public outdoor spaces where the person is unable to consistently maintain at least six feet of distance from individuals who are not members of their household.
 
2. Event gathering sizes at indoor AND outdoor venues is limited to 25 people or 25% of venue capacity, whichever is less.

3. Marylanders are strongly advised against traveling to any state with a positivity rate above 10% or any state with average case rates above 20 per 100K. Anyone traveling from these states should get tested and self-quarantine while awaiting results.

4. Religious facilities, retail establishments and malls may not exceed 50% capacity.

For detailed specifics of Gov. Hogan’s directives, click here.

Frederick County guidance and COVID-19 resources may be found by clicking here

Our priority at HCFC during this pandemic is unchanged.  The health and safety of every member of our congregation continues to be our chief aim.  Therefore, we will continue to have our Sunday worship services online each Sunday at 9:30am, and Holy Communion on the first Wednesday of each month at 7pm.  Our HCFC Bible Institute is fully operational with multiple opportunities to engage in Bible study and experience God together.  And we encourage you to join us for one-hour of Corporate Prayer on the 4th Friday of each month at 7PM. 

Although our physical facility will remain closed (with the exception of utilizing it to develop and produce our virtual services), God’s Church remains open and has not gone into hiding.  Our clergy, officers and ministry leaders and several members are continuing to find creative ways to connect all of us during this exceptional season, and we are continuing our attempts to enhance the virtual experience with our services and studies.  We sincerely thank you for your continual sacrificial service and financial support.  Your unwavering desire to cheerfully give and tithe affords us the means to process our internal fiduciary and membership care responsibilities and needs, as well as larger community and Kingdom initiatives, sowing external seeds to address and meet communal needs.  Praise God, from whom all blessings flow.  So, if you are experiencing difficulty meeting basic needs and are in need of assistance and/or guidance, please reach out to your Diaconate representative. 

I am reminded of this blessing from Paul’s letter to the Philippians: “Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice! Let your gentleness be evident to all. The Lord is near. Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” (Philippians 4:4-7)

May His peace dwell richly in your homes and neighborhoods as we abide under the shadow of the Almighty.

In His Service,
Pastors Ronnie Henry and Keith Harris

 

 

𝐇𝐨𝐩𝐞 𝐂𝐡𝐫𝐢𝐬𝐭𝐢𝐚𝐧 𝐅𝐞𝐥𝐥𝐨𝐰𝐬𝐡𝐢𝐩 𝐂𝐡𝐮𝐫𝐜𝐡 (𝐇𝐂𝐅𝐂)
𝐂𝐨𝐫𝐨𝐧𝐚𝐯𝐢𝐫𝐮𝐬 (𝐂𝐎𝐕𝐈𝐃-𝟏𝟗) 𝐑𝐞𝐬𝐩𝐨𝐧𝐬𝐞 𝐏𝐥𝐚n

UPDATE – 15 JULY 2020

Greetings HCFC Family!  Grace and peace to you, from God the Father and our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  The COVID-19 pandemic crisis continues to impact the worship and ministry services of our church.  Many geographic regions within the country began reopening several weeks ago.  Based on the rising number of positive cases in those regions and the steady increase in the affected rate, it appears that as a nation, we are far from successfully tackling this pandemic and bringing the effect of the coronavirus under some level of manageable control.  

As a church body, we must continue to be careful and diligent in providing high quality worship services, while at the same time ensuring, to the greatest extent possible, the safety and well-being of our members and the community we serve.  We will continue to have our Sunday worship services online each Sunday at 9:30am, as well as our Wednesday Word of Encouragement each Wednesday at 12 noon (re-broadcast at 7pm), and Holy Communion on the first Wednesday of each month at 7pm.  

While we are committed to not reopen our church building for services until we can all attend safely, we are making preparations for the reopening with the development of the HCFC Reopening Plan.  In order to ensure that Hope Christian Fellowship Church (HCFC) prioritizes the health and safety of our members and visitors as we reopen our church building, it is essential that we have workgroups of key leaders develop reopening plans that align with the guidance provided by the Center for Disease Control.  That guidance can be accessed through the following link: 
 
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/organizations/index.html

The Executive Leadership Ministry Fellowship (ELMF) serves as the oversight committee for the reopening plan.  Pastor Keith Harris, Executive Pastor, is responsible for the development of the consolidated HCFC Reopening Plan that will incorporate the information provided by each work group.  There are four workgroups:  Safety and Wellness Work Group, Christian Education Work Group, Worship Services and Ordinance Administration Work Group and Communications Work Group.  These four work groups are charged with developing specific plans to guide our church as we reopen our building.  Workgroup chairpersons have been encouraged to solicit and leverage feedback from members who may have extensive knowledge that is useful for their subplan.  We are striving to develop a finalized HCFC Reopening Plan by the first part of August 2020. 

Again, we remain grateful of the Lord’s provisions to minister under these extreme circumstances.  We would like to thank you for continuing to support what has become a miraculous global experience. Your heartfelt desire to tithe and give cheerfully has allowed us to continue to operate effectively as God’s Church and serve our members and community as needs arise.  To God be the glory!


May the grace, love and peace of our Lord, Jesus Christ, continues to be with you as this global pandemic continues to impact us all.  We solicit your continued prayers for one another and for the health and safety of our community at-large.  We love you and we long to see you soon.  


In His Service,
Pastors Ronnie Henry and Keith Harris



𝐇𝐨𝐩𝐞 𝐂𝐡𝐫𝐢𝐬𝐭𝐢𝐚𝐧 𝐅𝐞𝐥𝐥𝐨𝐰𝐬𝐡𝐢𝐩 𝐂𝐡𝐮𝐫𝐜𝐡 (𝐇𝐂𝐅𝐂)𝐂𝐨𝐫𝐨𝐧𝐚𝐯𝐢𝐫𝐮𝐬 (𝐂𝐎𝐕𝐈𝐃-𝟏𝟗) 𝐑𝐞𝐬𝐩𝐨𝐧𝐬𝐞 𝐏𝐥𝐚n
 UPDATE – 13 MAY 2020
Good Evening HCFC Family!  We pray that this note finds all well with you and your families.  Today, as the COVID-19 crisis 14-day benchmarks for the State of “Maryland have been met, Governor Larry Hogan has lifted the Stay at Home Order, effective 5PM, Friday, May 15th.  At that time, Stage One of the Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery plan goes into effect.  In addition to lifting the Stay-at-Home order, Stage One also allows most retail businesses and all religious institutions to reopen at 50% capacity, provided that social distancing and masking guidelines continue to be executed and followed.  

While we know that some churches will choose to reopen their doors, as your pastors our chief aim is to make sure that we are all safe.  Our leaders are looking at data and logistics for what it would take for us to re-enter and engage in physical corporate worship.  The process for re-entry is a long and arduous task.  The data and information that we’re receiving does not indicate that we need to resume services in our sanctuary, in any capacity, at this time.  Simply stated, we will not rush into our return.  Instead, we will continue to ensure that our congregation is cared for and that we are safe.  When we approach the moment that we believe it is safe to return, we will share our detailed plan for re-entry.   

We will continue to have our Sunday worship services online each Sunday at 9:30am, as well as our Wednesday Word of Encouragement each Wednesday at 12 noon (re-broadcast at 7pm), and Holy Communion on the first Wednesday of each month at 7pm.  We remain grateful of the Lord’s provisions to minister under these extreme circumstances.  We would like to thank you for continuing to support what has become a miraculous global experience.  It is still our obligation to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ.  Our services continue to be viewed weekly nationally and in several OCONUS (Outside of Continental United States) countries (across at least three continents).  From a financial perspective, thanks to your heartfelt desire to tithe and give cheerfully, we are well-positioned to continue to operate effectively as God’s Church and serve our members and community as needs arise.  To God be the glory!

May the God of peace continue to be with you as this global pandemic continues to impact us all.  We solicit your continued prayers for one another and for the health and safety of our community at-large.  We love you and we long to see you soon.  

In His Service,
Pastors Ronnie Henry and Keith Harris



HCFC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Plan

UPDATE – 30 MARCH 2020

Good Evening HCFC Family! As we stated several weeks ago, desiring to place ourselves in the safest locations possible during a global pandemic may require daily shifts in our approach and guidance.  As the COVID-19 crisis escalates in the National Capital Region, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan issued a Stay at Home Order, effective 8PM, March 30.  To see the full press release select this linkhttps://governor.maryland.gov/2020/03/30/as-covid-19-crisis-escalates-in-capital-region-governor-hogan-issues-stay-at-home-order-effective-tonight/.  The order states that no Maryland resident should leave their home unless it is for an essential job or for an essential reason, such as obtaining food or medicine, seeking urgent medical attention, or for other necessary purposes.

The drive-by pickup of Holy Communion elements that we announced via email in our previous Coronavirus Response Plan (and during our most recent online Sunday service) has been cancelled to adhere to the Governor’s Executive Order. 
 
At HCFC, when we gather to celebrate the Lord’s Supper, our communion elements are symbolic representations of Jesus’ broken body and shed blood.  Prior to partaking, we ask God’s blessing upon those elements, such that through faith in the fullness of what they represent, we will be strengthened.  As we celebrate and partake, there is the grace of forgiveness of sins as we remember the blood of Jesus. There is the grace of healing when we remember His broken body. There is the grace of knowing that God has chosen to covenant with us to provide all our needs, both spiritual and physical (2 Pet. 1:3, Phil. 4:19).

There is the grace of all the blessings given through the divine exchange on the cross. And there is the grace of being part of a Body, no longer walking alone but a member of the royal priesthood, the holy nation, the Church of Jesus Christ (1 Pet. 2:9).  

On Wednesday evening, April 1, we will have our Virtual Holy Communion Service via our church website at 7PM as planned.  We are asking each baptized believer in Jesus Christ who desires to participate, to utilize symbolic substitutions (crackers or bread to represent Jesus’ broken body; juice to represent Jesus’ shed blood ) for your Holy Communion elements. During the service, we will ask God’s blessing upon the elements we each bring to His table, and then celebrate and dine together. 
  
We will continue to have our Sunday worship services online each Sunday at 9:30am.  We have the capability to continue to minister without having to physically be at our HCFC facility.

We remain grateful of the Lord’s provisions to minister under these extreme circumstances.  We solicit your continued prayers for one another and for the health and safety of our community at-large.

In His Service,

Pastors Ronnie Henry and Keith Harris, and the HCFC Leadership Ministry Fellowship

HCFC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Plan

UPDATE – 28 MARCH 2020

As of tonight, March 28, 2020, the number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the United States has topped 113,000 cases.  As we continue to monitor developments of this global pandemic, we will state again that the health and safety of our members and community will remain a high priority as we watch and pray earnestly, together.

On this past Friday, Maryland Governor, Larry Hogan said: “Over the last three days, the number of COVID-19 cases in Maryland has more than doubled.  Cases in the National Capital Region have more than quadrupled over the last week alone. There is no timetable and no model that can tell us exactly how long this will last or how bad this is going to get.

Due to the continued seriousness of the situation, our physical church edifice will remain closed until further notice.  We will continue to refrain from any public or group ministry gatherings.  However, God’s Church is alive and well and continuing to minister to one another and to those in need. We are excited to share live again this coming Sunday, March 29, 2020 at 9:30am.  We will stream our services via our website until we re-open.  If you missed the worship and fellowship experience the last two Sundays, all you need to do to view the service is go to our website (www.hcfcmd.org) and go to "𝐒𝐞𝐫𝐦𝐨𝐧𝐬: 𝐖𝐚𝐭𝐜𝐡𝐋𝐢𝐯𝐞" on the menu bar.  Also, as a reminder, you still have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others by giving your tithes and offerings.  To give, simply stay on our website and go to "𝐆𝐢𝐯𝐞" on the menu bar.  Members may also mail their tithes and offerings to the church. 

As we approach dates for our Holy Communion Service, Palm Sunday and Resurrection (Easter) Sunday, plans are under development to continue to minister via our website stream as led by the Holy Spirit.  In fact, on this Wednesday, April 1st at 7pm, we plan to have our Holy Communion Service virtually, just as we do on Sundays.  We are inviting our members to drive-by and receive our symbolic communion elements on Tuesday, March 31st, during one of two time periods: 10am – 11:30am, or 5:30pm – 7pm.  We will guide and direct you into our parking lot and you may receive your elements without exiting your car and while maintaining at least six feet of social distancing with anyone.  Then, during our Holy Communion service on Wednesday, we will dine together as we do each month. 
 
As situations and circumstances seek to present anxious days upon us, know that HCFC is committed to representing the family of Christ that holds one another up in the midst of it all.  Our Church body strives to be a safe haven for all people, and that includes times that are filled with stress, anxiety and sickness.  We live together in the assurance of God’s grace among us.  It’s the same grace that was with our ancestors for hundreds of years, all the way back to the original Church. Our ancestors found that comforting grace as they sang hymns and worshipped while not knowing what tomorrow would bring.  Let us do the same as we continue to worship, fellowship, pray, and study as one Body in Christ, even virtually.  Let us together stand on the promises of our God, who promised He would never leave us or forsake us. 
 
Your Servants, His Vessels,
Pastors Ronnie Henry and Keith Harris, and the HCFC Leadership Ministry Fellowship

 

HCFC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Plan 

Date: March 18, 2020

As of today, March 18, 2020, the number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) globally, nationally and locally is continuing to grow.  Leadership at HCFC has continued to monitor developments of this outbreak in all geographic locations.  As we’ve stated previously, the health and safety of our members and community will remain a high priority as we receive data and process next steps.  

Since our last update, there have been several developments on the local, state and national levels.  Frederick County Maryland’s first case was announced on March 16, 2020. The woman who tested positive for COVID-19 is a Frederick County resident in her 30s, who did not travel abroad but had contact with people who recently traveled to Italy.  She has very mild symptoms and is recovering at home.

The State of Emergency applied last week by the Governor of the State of Maryland, remains in effect with additional orders.  Governor Hogan has ordered the closure of bars, restaurants and schools. Additionally, he has expanded the prohibition on gatherings to those of more than 50 people.  President Trump has further enacted restrictions indicating a prohibition on gatherings of no more than ten people.  State and local officials have stated, “This is going to be much harder, take much longer, and be much worse than almost anyone is currently understanding. And unfortunately, far too many people have chosen to continue to disregard the precautions that are being put in place."

Due to the continued seriousness of the situation, we are putting in place even greater proactive measures to mitigate against the spread of the virus throughout our congregation and community.  As such, we are requesting that there be no physical gatherings of ministries, meetings and other activities of any size until further notice. This includes the planned “HCFC Spring Cleaning” that was to occur this coming weekend.

On last Sunday, we were blessed to host our first exclusive “online only worship service” at 9:30am.  Although we were not physically in the same location, we were co-located and in sync spiritually in our Cyber Sanctuary via our website.  Many members and non-members joined in to experience a unique worship experience, highlighted by Praise and Worship, virtual fellowship and the sharing of a Word from the Lord from Pastor Henry.  In fact, one young middle-school student accepted Jesus Christ as her personal Lord and Savior while watching our service online.  Hallelujah!  Many viewers signed into our “Chatroll” and conversed with one another digitally in real time.  Click here to get instructions for enrolling into our Chatroll.  We are excited to share live again this coming Sunday, March 22, 2020 at 9:30am.  If you missed the experience last week, all you need to do to view the service is go to our website (www.hcfcmd.org) and go to "𝐒𝐞𝐫𝐦𝐨𝐧𝐬: 𝐖𝐚𝐭𝐜𝐡𝐋𝐢𝐯𝐞" on the menu bar.  As a reminder, you still have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others by giving your tithes and offerings.  To give, simply stay on our website and go to "𝐆𝐢𝐯𝐞" on the menu bar.  Members may also mail their tithes and offerings to the church. 

Please continue to apply safety measures on a daily basis to fight against the spread of germs.  Things are changing rapidly, but we will continue to monitor this health epidemic and ensure our due diligence keeps the health and safety of our members as our most pertinent concern.  From day-to-day, guidance and instructions are not predictable and may shift suddenly. We will continue to provide updates and recommended guidance as frequently as necessary.  In last Sunday’s Sermonic Word, Pastor Henry preached from the subject, I Am Not Afraid!  The Message reminded us that if weknow Who God is, know what the Lord has done and know the power of worship, then we have no reason to be afraid.  

Divinely Covered,
Pastors Ronnie Henry and Keith Harris, and the HCFC Leadership Ministry Fellowship

 

 

HCFC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Plan 

Date: March 13, 2020

As a church family, we recognize that there are numerous confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) globally, around the country, including the surrounding D.C., Virginia, and Maryland areas.  Our church leadership has been closely monitoring developments of this outbreak, both locally, nationally, and globally.  The health and safety of our members and community are a high priority for us. Therefore, in consideration of this week’s declaration of a global pandemic, along with the state of emergency declared by the Governor of Maryland and health officials throughout Maryland and Frederick County, we have decided not to hold public worship services, Bible Studies, and other activities for the next few weeks.

This coming Sunday, March 15, 2020, we will host worship service online only at 9:30 AM.  It is our hope that you will be able to continue to feel a sense of fellowship as we view the worship service from our respective homes and various locations.  As you view the service, we invite you to engage with fellowship worshippers by signing in to the "Chatroll" and letting us know that you are watching.  Additionally, you can post on Facebook, Twitter, and take your own personal notes of the message.  To view the service, simply stay on our website and go to "Sermons: Watch Liveon the menu bar.

Even though we’re not gathering in-person for worship, you still have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others by giving your tithes and offerings.  We are admonished in Malachi 3:10 to, “Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be meat in mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the LORD of hosts, if I will not open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive it.”  The Bible also tells us in 2 Cor. 9:7, “Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver.”  To give, simply stay on our website and go to "Give" on the menu bar.

For many, the spread of this virus has caused fear and anxiety.  Scripture is clear that “For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind” (2 Timothy 1:7).  Our prayer is that we all will sense peace in the midst of these circumstances and that we continue to demonstrate a posture demonstrating our trust in the Lord, our God, who is ultimately in control.

We encourage members to maintain updated contact information through our membership management platform.  If your contact information has changed, please go in and update your information.  If you are unsure of how to do this, please see your Diaconate point of contact.  We remind everyone of precautions we can take on a daily basis to fight against the spread of germs.

  • If you are sick, stay home and use our streaming services to join in the worship service and to give your tithes and offerings. 
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. As a church, we also have alcohol-based hand rub available in both bathrooms, outside of the sanctuary, and in the Fellowship Hall.
  • Avoid touching eyes, mouth and nose with unwashed hands.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then immediately discard the tissue in the trash and wash hands. If a tissue is not immediately available, cough or sneeze into your elbow, not into the open air.
As stated, we are closely monitoring this health pandemic in collaboration with state and local health officials.  Our ongoing decisions will keep the health and safety of our members in the forefront.  As the days continue, we will continue to keep you updated and make changes as the situation develops.

In God's care,
Pastors Ronnie Henry and Keith Harris, and the HCFC Leadership Ministry Fellowship 

 


  
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