Harvest Community Church COVID-19 Updates
As Harvest Community Church’s leadership seeks to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, all updates to worship services, building policies, and events will be communicated on this webpage and Harvest’s weekly email.
Harvest Community Church is currently holding two worship services each Sunday.
Important: Beginning Sunday, August 30, 2020, the early service will start at 8:00am.
The 8:00am service is designed especially for those who are not able to come back to the normal worship service, where larger crowd and lower health guidelines may be unwise for those with COVID-19 related health concerns. It is a shortened service with masks required for the entire service and no singing until the end of the worship service. Find out more about the health guidelines and requirements for the 8:00am service here.
The 10:30am service is our regular worship service, with social distancing between family groups. In order to comply with the City of Omaha’s mask ordinance, masks are required for parts of the worship service. Find out more about the health policies for the 10:30am service here.
Sunday School and Leadership Development
Adult Sunday school will begin on August 30 from 9:30 am – 10:15 am. For the first quarter of Sunday school (August 30 – October 18) we are only offering adult Sunday school classes, but we are aiming to restart our entire Sunday school program (i.e. children’s Sunday school) by the start of the second quarter (October 25). The deacons are currently working to develop some health guidelines for our return to Sunday school, and we will announce those guidelines and make them available as soon as possible.
For the first quarter of adult Sunday school (August 30 – October 18), we are offering two Sunday school classes: The Westminster Standards, and Church History. You can sign up for those classes here.
Leadership development for the fall begins on Wednesday, August 26 at 6 pm. For the first quarter of leadership development (August 26 – October 14), we are offering a Simeon Trust First Principles Course. Find out more about this course here.