Phase 2 - Reduced Operations

June 7, 2020 through July 12, 2020

You are Hudson First Family 

whether attending online or in person!

Phase 2 Online Services

Saturdays at 8 PM

Sundays at 9 AM, 10:30 AM, 2 PM, 7 PM


Phase 2 In-Person Worship Services

9 AM Sanctuary and Life Center | 10:30 AM Life Center


Live welcome and music in each service - reduced to one song

The sermon will be pre-recorded and shown on the screens

Congregants are not required to wear masks

Guest Services volunteers will be wearing masks during the entrance and exit of the congregation

Every other pew in the Sanctuary will be roped off | Pods of seats in the Life Center

Doors will be propped wherever possible to prevent touching

A volunteer team will provide ongoing, real-time surface sanitation during entry and exit of congregants

A volunteer team will sanitize the Life Center between services

No nursery or childcare will be provided

No offering plates will be passed; stationary collection trays will be placed at entries and exits

No print material or bulletins will be displayed or distributed

Pew bibles and hymnals will be removed

Life Groups/Sunday School Classes:

Groups will not meet on Sunday mornings while in Phase 2

Groups are encouraged to continue meeting online

The Life Center Dining Room and The Gathering Place will be made available by registration for groups to meet in-person on Sunday afternoons or designated weekday evenings. 

Children’s Ministries: Online only

Youth Ministries: Limited meetings in the LCDR and outside

Media Center: Reopen with reduced operations schedule

To the at-risk population:

Please know that the church fully understands and supports your decision to not return to in-person gatherings yet. Just the fact that we are resuming under “reduced operations” tells you that we also have concerns and are making our staff’s, volunteers’, and congregants’ health and safety a priority. If you are part of the at-risk population – over 65 or with underlying health conditions – we especially agree with your decision to follow the health guidelines or advice of your physician, but it is YOUR decision to make. Whether or not you choose to wear a mask upon returning is also YOUR decision to make. We will respect and encourage one another’s choices in Christ’s love and humility.