Our Services

We're excited to be meeting together in-person, but we want to do so wisely and safely. If you plan to attend a Sunday morning service in-person, here's what you can expect.

What WE are doing to keep YOU safe:

  • Thorough cleaning and sanitizing in all areas prior to services.
  • Hand sanitizer provided throughout the building.
  • Pre-packaged communion cups for communion Sundays.
  • Suspension of coffee service.
  • Touch-free offering receptacles.

What YOU can do to keep EVERYONE safe:

  • Stay home if you’re not feeling well or have a fever.
  • Wear a mask while you’re in the building. If you forget yours or don’t have one, we have some available at The Hub and The Welcome Center.
  • Avoid physical contact with others.
  • Sit with your household during service and allow adequate distance between parties.
  • Following services, please socialize outside of the building.

The Chapel

Sundays 9:00 AM

Our Chapel services offer traditional Sunday worship.

The Gathering

Sundays 10:30 AM

Our Gathering services offer Contemporary Sunday worship.

What to Expect

Each week we gather together to learn about God, hear from His Word, and discover how to apply it to our daily lives. Our services include music, prayer, Scripture reading, and a message from one of our pastors. From the moment you step inside our building, you’ll be greeted by friendly faces that are eager to get to know you and help you in any way they can.

Parking for Chapel

If you’re attending one of our Chapel worship services, you can park at the front of the building labeled ‘chapel’. As you enter into our foyer, be sure to stop by ‘The Welcome Center’ and meet one of the members of our Next Steps Team. They’d love to give you a welcome packet and free gift as well as answer any questions you may have about the church.

Parking for Fellowship Hall

If you’re attending one of our Gathering worship services, you can park on the side of the building labeled ‘fellowship hall’. As you enter into our atrium, be sure to stop by ‘The Hub’ and meet one of the members of our Next Steps Team. They’d love to give you a welcome packet and free gift as well as answer any questions you may have about the church, direct you to kid check-in or help you find a class.

At HFCOG we’re pretty casual. Many people come dressed in jeans, but others feel more comfortable dressing up. Whatever you’re most comfortable in is fine with us, we’re just honored that you would join us.

We’d recommend arriving 10-15 minutes early, especially if you have kids. That will give you time to chat for a little bit with our hospitality team, get your kids checked in and find a seat in the worship service.