Frequently Asked Questions
What can I expect?
As of Sunday, May 16, masks will no longer be required inside the building.
The 9 AM services meet outside under the tent in our back parking lot. The 10:30 AM services will meet in our sanctuary. The online and in-person services have the same worship set and teaching.
Our 8 AM Heritage service, will meet on the first week of every month. This will continue as long as our 9 AM service is outdoors. Further updates will be given as decisions are made.
How will social distancing be maintained?
As of Sunday, June 6, social distancing will no longer be required.
What safety measures should I expect?
For outdoor services masks are not required for the outdoor service.
For indoor services, masks are no longer required inside the building. There are hand sanitizer stations throughout the building. Communion will be served by using individually pre-packaged elements that you pick up as you enter the worship space. We are not be passing offering plates, nor serving coffee and refreshments until further notice. There are wall-mounted offering boxes at the rear of the sanctuary as well as multiple online giving options. In addition, hugs, handshakes, and high-fives will not be a part of our greeting time. When a worship service concludes, we are asking people to move outdoors to greet and fellowship with one another.
What about KidStep, CORE, and Connect Groups?
How do I know if I should stay home?
While we greatly desire to worship together with each of you in person, your safety, and the safety of our entire Hershey Free family, is of paramount importance. We also wish to respect the desires of each individual and family in choosing whether to join us in person or continue to worship online. If you or someone you live with has had a fever, cough, traveled, or been asked to quarantine in the last 14 days, we appreciate your willingness to stay home and help protect others.