Fulfilling Christ's call to love God, live in community, and serve our neighbor

Staying together while we're apart

Closed to "foot traffic," we can still be in community

As responsible citizens caring for the community, we at Home Church are changing our habits of gathering in order to help slow the spread of COVID-19. On Monday night, our Joint Board discussed how the body of Christ, called into a Christian fellowship, will remain together in a time of physical separation.

Do you need a buddy? If you or someone you know is feeling isolated and/or vulnerable, please let us know so that we can be of support to each other. It is our desire to remain aware of the various needs in our community (groceries, medicine, transportation, a phone call…) and we encourage everyone to reach out to one another in these days.

As of this writing, the pastors and staff plan to continue working their usual office hours on site, and to be available by phone or email. However, the church will be closed to foot traffic through at least March 31. This includes all gatherings, events, and activities, and drop-in visits unless otherwise noted on the Web site. Though meetings will not be held onsite, videoconferencing may be available; contact your committee chair or meeting head to find out. Front desk volunteers should not report for duty (the staff will answer the phones).