Q: HOW CAN I HELP?
Hebron is helping our community with boxes of non-perishables from our Food Pantry. If you would like to donate items to our Food Pantry, you may do so anytime by placing your donations in the bins outside the front of Building C. You can view the list of items that are needed here.
Q: HOW IS THE CHURCH KEEPING THE FAITH FAMILY AND ATTENDEES INFORMED?
This page will continue to be updated and all of our other communications will be updated as necessary (website, social media, email, etc.).
Q. PRAYING FOR THOSE ON THE FRONT LINES.
We are providing a list of our church members as well as their family members who are working on the front lines as medical personnel, first responders and essential workers. If you would like to join us in praying for them, you may download the list here.
Q: WHAT ABOUT SUNDAY SERVICES OR LARGE GATHERINGS?
We have two morning worship services. Both services are held in the Worship Center.
8:30 AM – masks are required
10:30 AM – masks are encouraged, but not required
We are limiting our number to 1,000 and will utilize the main floor and balcony of the Worship Center. There is a plan in place of how you will enter and exit the building. We will have people to help with spacing and sanitizing the restrooms in the concourses.
Doors will open at 8:00 AM for the 8:30 AM service and 10:00 AM for the 10:30 AM service. Everyone should remain in their cars until that time.
Those who are handicapped will be allowed to be dropped off at the front doors of the Worship Center.
You may also join us for our service online. Links are provided below.
Website: hebronchurch.org Click on the Media tab and then Watch Live.
Facebook live: Hebron Baptist Church
Our discussion questions are online and you can use them to lead your family to talk through our text together following the sermon.
If you haven’t downloaded our app for your mobile devices, here are the links to do that: Hebron App Links.
Please continue to give. We know that some of our families will be impacted financially because of less hours at work or even no hours at work and we want to be able to enter into their burden with them. Your continuing to give sacrificially and cheerfully makes this possible. Here are all the ways you can continue to give online.
We have temporarily suspended hospital visits by our staff, but we will still be calling and checking in on as many people as possible. If you are sick or know of someone in our faith family who is sick, please contact our staff and make sure we know so we can minister as best as we can.
Q: WHAT WILL THE CHURCH DO IF A STAFF MEMBER OR ATTENDEE CONTRACTS THE VIRUS?
We will work closely with the appropriate officials to contain and alert those who may have been exposed.
Q: WHAT PRECAUTIONS IS THE CHURCH TAKING TO PROTECT MY CHILDREN?
Toys, hard surfaces, and equipment are all wiped down or sprayed with disinfectant. Those working in baby rooms wear smocks that are washed after each use. Proper hand washing is encouraged throughout the time that your child is in our care. We are limiting the number of people who handle toys and supplies in our Resource Room. Snacks will not be provided until further notice. Notices will be place in our areas as well as handouts for parents with additional information, if necessary.
Diaper changing procedures:
Adults wear disposable rubber gloves when changing diapers. Gloves are changed between each diaper change. A new sheet of wax paper is used each time between the baby and the changing pad. Wax paper is disposed of in diaper pails. Soiled diapers are placed in blue plastic bags before being placed in a diaper pail and changing pad linens are changed after each session.
While we love having your children here, we ask that if your child is sick, please do not bring them to church.
Q: WHAT IS COVID-19?
COVID-19 is also known as Coronavirus and is a respiratory virus first identified in Wuhan, China. You can learn about COVID-19 at the CDC’s website here.
Q: WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS AND COMPLICATIONS THAT COVID-19 CAN CAUSE?
COVID-19 causes symptoms of mild to severe respiratory illness causing cough, fever, and difficulty breathing. The full list of symptoms can be found on the CDC’s website here.
Q: HOW DOES THE VIRUS SPREAD?
COVID-19 is said to be spread primarily from person to person contact, sometimes with a distance of up to 6 feet from one another. The virus itself is thought to be spread by coming into contact with an infected person’s respiratory droplets. The CDC has compiled a full list of possible ways the virus may spread here.
Q: HOW CAN I HELP PROTECT MYSELF?
The best ways to prevent the spread of any communicable disease, especially during flu season, are simple and easily practiced. Information about avoiding COVID-19 is available here from the CDC.
Q. HOW DO I MAKE A MASK?
The CDC’s website that gives instructions on a few different ways to make a cloth mask.