What to Expect for In Person Worship



We are grateful to all of you for your prayers and support over the last 6 months since we’ve been physically distant from one another.


We’ve put together helpful resources to help you better understand what you should expect when you return to Prince George’s Blvd.


We ask all HCM members to check their emails for ongoing re-entry updates. If you are new to HCM or would like to be added to our mailing list, email us.


We’re looking forward to seeing you soon.


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Community Resources

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Ideas for Parents

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Ideas for Fun

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Food Assistance

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What You Can Do

1. Stay Home and Practice Social Distancing. If you have to leave your home for essential items, be sure to keep 6 feet away from others and consistently use hand sanitizer. When you return home, remove your shoes and wash your clothing. When grocery shopping, wipe down all items and wash your hands.

2. Wash Your Hands Frequently. Use soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content.

3. Use Wisdom. If you aren’t feeling well, please exercise all the wisdom available to make a wise decision whether or not you should attend in person. If you have symptoms like coughing, sneezing, nausea, or fever please stay home and take care. You can join us online via our FaceBook live stream while you recover. Even if you had planned to serve, we ask that we all put safety over service.

4. Prayer for the Sick. If you’ll let us know, we’d love to pray for you and your loved ones. You may contact us via email at prayer@highcalling.org and our Intercessory Prayer Team will continue to lift you up in prayer.

5.  Trust Father God to Protect Us. While we should do everything that we can in the natural realm, we should always continue to trust God to order our steps and to keep us safe. This is not a time to be scared, but a time to be careful. Stay in faith, stay in the Word, and let’s stay together trusting God for a speedy and safe resolution to this disease and its effects.

How To Stay Connected With HCM 

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