Services and Activities Cancelled March 11th - 15th

HBC, Romans 13:4 (NIV) says, “Everyone must submit himself to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established. The authorities that exist have been established by God.” This announcement starts with Scripture because we believe that everything we do at HBC should be built upon and guided by Scripture. If we are truly going to submit to our governing authorities, we must humbly listen to what Governor Beshear asked of Kentucky congregations this morning when he requested that churches consider canceling services for the remainder of the week. With Romans 13 in mind and after multiple conversations with HBC staff and other church officers, the decision has been made to cancel all Wednesday night activities, Sunday Morning Discipleship classes (Sunday School), and Sunday Morning Worship. Again, all activities for the rest of the week at HBC, including all Sunday morning activities are canceled. We also want you to know that another factor in this decision was an abundance of caution for those in our congregation who are either elderly or have underlying health conditions. We simply deemed it an unnecessary risk to expose this population to any chance of contracting COVID-19. Now, we want you to know that we are taking proactive measures to continue to be a Biblical church in the midst of this cancellation. What does that look like? First, HBC will be having virtual worship on Sunday through FB Live and local television. There will be a very small group of staff present on Sunday to ensure this virtual worship takes place. So, grab a cup of coffee and have the family gather around the computer, smart screen, or television with you and worship together as a family. Secondly, the HBC office will remain open at this time. Therefore, if you are elderly or diagnosed with a pre-existing condition and would like someone from the staff to run an errand for you, please reach out by calling 859-734-2339. We would gladly help you. Finally, while social distancing continues to be encouraged and practiced, we encourage everyone to use the phone, social media, and any other appropriate means to check on one another. We may not be coming together as a church for corporate worship, but that does not mean we stop being the church by loving our neighbor. Please know that the decision to cancel all services and activities is only for this week. If other cancellations need to take place, additional announcements will be made. Please be praying for our government leaders, doctors, nurses, healthcare professionals, and any other persons who might be on the frontlines fighting COVID-19. Grace & peace, Dr. Paul

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