Experiencing God's Love and Sharing it With Others
At Haven our goal is to offer safe opportunities for worship, Bible study, and forming true community for everyone. This means offering safe in-person opportunities as well as offering online and remote options for those who can’t join us in person.
March 11 COVID Update: Mask Optional
Dear Haven Family,
We had a very good business meeting on Wednesday. The purpose of the meeting was to get input about masking at church. The meeting included good discussion, some humor, an excellent finance report, and a very encouraging revelation from Josh Gribble.
Last evening the Shepherds met to discuss the results of the business meeting and to discuss what we need to do to move forward.
Concerning the masking policy, the Shepherds will continue to follow CDC guidelines. Based on the current CDC information, we are considered “low COVID-19 community level” and masking is no longer required. As a result, beginning Sunday, masking will NOT be required while attending church.
You can track the community COVID-19 level and see detailed recommendations for low, medium and high here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/covid-by-county.html
Thank you for your patience and faithfulness during this time. You are such a treasure!
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Sunday Worship (In-person & Online)
Sundays at 10:00 AM at 2240 Smyrna Rd SW, Conyers, GA 30094
In-Person Sunday School
Sunday School Mission Project
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Safe In-Person Sunday School
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In-Person Wednesday Prayer Meeting
Wednesday In-Person Prayer Meeting
Moving Inside October 21 We’ll be meeting in-person in the Sanctuary starting Wednesday, October 21st from 6:45-7:30 PM. We’ll have the following precautions in place …
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As we transition back to in-person gatherings we will continue to offer online options for both Sunday Worship and Wednesday Prayer for those who aren’t able to participate in group gatherings.
We’ll continue to offer live streams of our worship service. Watching on Facebook offers the best experience so that you can interact. This is available even if you don’t have a Facebook account.
Sunday at 10:00 AM In-person & Online Worship Service Livestream
Wednesday at 6:45 PM In-person & Zoom Video Conference Call
Frequently Asked Questions
This will be updated with answers to your questions.
We are fully open for in-person worship, Sunday School and activities. We will continue to offer online options for people to continue to worship and connect even if they can’t come in person.
No. We trust one another and have confidence in you to put the needs of others first.
Please be sure to stay home if you are experiencing symptoms and to wear a mask if you have not been fully vaccinated.
We understand that many people experience runny noses, sneezing, and coughs associated with seasonal allergies and that these symptoms differ from COVID-19. We ask that those experiencing these symptoms wisely consider if they are experiencing non-allergy symptoms and if they are likely to cough or sneeze frequently in the service.
When in doubt, please consult with your doctor.
Yes, we have masks available for anyone who needs one.
Yes! We have children’s Sunday School and nursery at 9:00 AM. We will do our best to offer an engaging family friendly worship service at 10:00 AM. Although we do not have Children’s Church at this time, we are offering family tables with craft supplies and a snack to help provide a hands-on option for kids during the service.
Our Shepherds have been been meeting regularly and working closely with our ministerial staff to provide leadership and guidance for our church based on guidelines and recommendations from the CDC, GA DHS, and local county officials.