I was glad when they said to me, “Let us go to the house of the Lord.” Ps 122:1

Are we there yet? I feel like the “Griswold’s” on their family vacation to Wally World. How much longer is this “journey” going to last? Where is the sign to tell us how many miles we still must go? Will Wally World be closed once we finally reach our destination?

Good morning dear Saints!

Perhaps this is how you are feeling about COVID-19, Social Distancing, and Shelter in Place? I invite you to join me this Sunday (in-house OR online) as I bring a message from God’s word to address our current “mile-marker in life.” My message will be from 2 Peter and I encourage you to read and meditate on the text before Sunday. I hope to offer some practical/spiritual/Biblical advice on how to navigate this “road trip” and arrive at God’s intended destination for all of us. As you have observed from the media, “things are heating up!” Pray Church, Pray!


1. For the next two weeks we will continue to limit our numbers “in-house” to 60 (40 in the sanctuary, 20 in Cage). Each Monday you can go online and register for the next Sunday service.

2. Sunday, June 21st, Father’s Day, 10:00 AM.

We plan to host our service outside on the North Lot of Haysville Christian Church. Bring your lawn chair and please observe the social distancing guidelines. No need to register for this service. (Pray for good weather)

3. Our Services will continue to be available Live, Online, and On-demand. This includes the June 21st Outdoor Service. Yes, our tech-team is that awesome!

4. What is next? We will continue to check the “road map” and make course adjustments as needed. The Elders and myself will do our best to keep you informed.

5. Vacation Bible School? Carol and her team are making plans to host a “Virtual VBS.” Constance will provide more information this Sunday.

6. The Pastor’s BS: Yes, I plan to continue my online 7:00 pm, Wednesday Night Bible Study. A special thanks to all of you that have made this a priority.

7. We are working to establish permanent sanitation stations throughout our church building. This will be a “new normal” for HCC.

I want to personally thank all of you that have continued to honor God and support HCC through your tithing and prayers. We have so many amazing people at HCC! Thank you for your love, patience, giving, and service during this unprecedented time. I want to thank the crew that helped with the Nursery/Toddler Remodel Project. It looks AMAZING! A special thanks to Ed & Leslie Hirschfeld for their labor of love during this project.

I look forward to joining all of you this Sunday in the worship of our Amazing-Awesome-God and Father.

In His love,

Pastor Kurt Henson