Being Considerate of Others...

Our church follows most recent New Hampshire health guidance on COVID-19 best practices. The following guidelines are currently in effect for indoor church gatherings at Renew Church-Hancock:


  • Mask wearing is optional, and up to the discretion of our attendees. No matter your personal preference on mask-wearing, we ask that you continue to think “others” and be respectful of those who may have a different choice than yours.

  • Seating in our worship center has returned to pre-pandemic levels, but there is plenty of room if you choose to give yourself space.

  • We continually monitor and adjust the flow of fresh and comfortable air.

  • Children attending kids’ church are welcomed and encouraged to worship with everyone else on Sunday mornings before being dismissed for their gathering downstairs.

  • As a general practice, we will continue to provide hand sanitizer throughout the church building and to perform sanitize-cleaning of hard surfaces and rest rooms.

  • To protect the health and well-being of our congregation in any season, we continue to ask that if you don’t feel well to please stay home and worship with us via Facebook livestream. This applies to any illness—COVID, the flu, a cold with frequent sneezing and coughing, etc. 

It's All About Honoring One Another...


We want anyone who feels more comfortable wearing a mask or face covering while in attendance to continue to do so. But whether or not you choose to wear a mask, the most important thing we can do as a Church is to show Christ’s love to one another, and to treat one another with dignity and respect. As it says in Romans 12:10:


“Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves.”


Thank you, Renew Church-Hancock family and guests, for helping to keep one another, our loved ones, and our communities as safe as possible during this challenging time. We are so grateful to the Lord that we have been able to keep the doors to worship open and safe for nearly every Sunday since last March!