HHBC campus is closed and all activities are canceled until further notice in the interest of everyone's health and safety.
The HHBC offices will remain open during normal hours with limited staff. We always have a Pastor-on-Call who can be reached by calling 405-341-4639 any time, day or night. Please let us know how we can serve you. We're praying for all of you every day.
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UPDATE: THURSDAY, MARCH 26
As things seems to change daily, we want to try and keep you updated as much as we can regarding where we are as a church. Primarily, we are praying for you and your families as the number of Coronavirus cases increases all around us. We know that our large reach will probably include cases at some point, but we are asking the Lord for minimal effects. Please let us know how we can be praying for you and your families, specifically, and for any needs that come up in this crisis, via phone (405-341-4639) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Here’s what we know right now:
- The Good Friday experience will be different this year. Our teams are working on ways to creatively adapt in this new season, so watch for a powerful new format online.
- As we focus on delivering the Word, the Sunday Facebook livestreams will continue at 10:45 am for the foreseeable future, hopefully on YouTube as well starting on Sunday. You can head to our public Facebook page to participate in the daily Midday 20 prayer times and our Sunday and Wednesday livestreams, even without an account.
- As we focus on encouraging the church, we are getting the Job Transitions ministry up and running, increasing benevolence help to those in our church (give here!), and equipping you to minister to one another more directly.
- As we focus on reaching the city, we are connecting with hospitals around us to minster to their staffs, we are exploring further opportunities in our city with Project 66 and with childcare, and we hope you have taken this week’s challenge to prayer walk your neighborhood.
- Finally, we hope you have settled into the rhythm of daily 30/20/10 prayer, a tool that we hope will spark our church into deeper dependence on the Lord in all things.
What we don’t know is how long this season will last. But we do know that it will eventually end, and we and the staff are continuing to retool the ministry for now so that we, as a church, can best fulfill God’s mission in this time. The world around us needs hope more than ever before, and God has placed all of us here for such a time as this. Let’s continue to live generous lives and flood the earth with the glory and good news of Jesus Christ. We love you, church!
The HHBC Elders