- Though we are a private entity, Bethany supports the efforts of physical distancing for everyone’s health and safety by complying—as much as possible—with the same HK policies applied to public areas while accomplishing our goal of offering retreats.
- We are currently only booking individual, single household family, and groups of no more than 4 people together until further notice.
- Guest house capacity will be reduced to 50% normal capacity.
- All guests will undergo temperature checks upon entry. Guests will be asked to reschedule their retreat should their temperature read 100.4°F/38°C or higher. Guests are to report any signs of sickness or respiratory problems.
- Guests are to uphold good hygiene and high cleanliness practices at all times. For example, washing hands frequently and wearing a face masks in all common areas at Bethany both indoors and outdoors.
- Meal Service:
- Breakfast items will be made available in a guests’ assigned house for self-service and independent clean-up. Table settings with proper distancing applies.
- Dinner (and lunch upon request) will be served at our main dining hall. We will seat guests of no more than 4 people at each table—with the exception of larger families. When we cannot seat all guests in the main dining hall, guests will be assigned to another dining room. When needed, some guests may receive plated meals to eat independently. These guests will need to clean and wash up after themselves and then place dishes in designated bins for staff to collect for sanitizing.
- One-on-One pastoral care and small group worship & prayer sessions are available upon request. As this is an especially difficult time for many international workers and their families, we want to remind our cross-cultural guests that formal member care sessions are through Bethany.
Thank you for your support to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable stay!
These policies are subject to change, without notice, to keep with Hong Kong Government’s mandates and published recommendations to prevent the spread of illnesses.