Harvest Seniors Update November 12, 2020
Manitoba has been placed under code red, meaning all In-Person Church gatherings are postponed.
Harvest Seniors will be postponed for now.
About Harvest Seniors
Harvest Seniors seeks to connect those who consider themselves a senior in times of fellowship, sharing testimonies, study, prayer, worship and more. We want to invite you to a life that matters. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be a part of the crowd that has served God in the past and continues to serve God now.
What to Expect at Harvest Seniors
When do Harvest Seniors meet?
We meet the second and fourth Thursday from 2-4 p.m. in the months of September through June.
Where do I go?
Typically we meet in the Dining Room at Bethel Brandon, 440 Richmond Ave., but we also have a few off-site activities throughout the year.
What is the parking like?
When you arrive at Bethel Brandon for Harvest Seniors, you can park in the front parking lot and use the main entrance.
How should I dress?
You should wear what you're comfortable wearing.
What are you doing in response to COVID-19?
Our priority is to create a safe and enjoyable experience here at Bethel Brandon. Just a few of the actions we are taking:
- Increasing the routine cleaning of high-touch, hard surface areas.
- Physical distancing of two meters.
- Providing hand sanitizer at all entrances and main areas of the building.
- All snacks, coffee and tea will be served to you.
- New requirements (November 2, 2020) from Manitoba Public Health as it pertains to Faith Based Gatherings in Code Orange
- Capacity limit of 50.
- Everyone, except children under five (5) years of age, must wear a mask when inside the church building. They can remove their mask only when they are seated with physical distancing of two meters (six feet) from people not in their household.
- When they leave their seat (e.g. to go to the washroom or leave the service), they must wear a mask until they return and are again seated two meters (six feet) from people not in their household.
- There are some exceptions. People who do not have to wear masks include:
- a child who is under five years of age;
- a person with a medical condition that is unrelated to COVID-19, including breathing or cognitive difficulties, or a disability, that prevents them from safely wearing a mask; and
- a person who is unable to put on or take off a mask without the help of another person.
- Following all recommendations of the local health authority.
Have questions about Harvest Seniors? Please fill out an online contact form and we will direct it to the appropriate Harvest Seniors Leader.