Per Pilgrim Congregational Church Policies the only alcoholic beverages permitted on the premises are beer and wine.
Upon approval of Application, Applicant must specify how alcoholic beverages will be managed and verify with Church Office that all church and town requirements will be followed.
Applicant will be responsible for contacting the Harwich Selectman's office to ascertain the protocols for the serving of alcohol, whether a license is required, and detail the terms under which the alcohol will be acquired, consumed and discarded.
Applicant will further specify in said application with Town of Harwich, that Pilgrim Church is not "selling" beer or wine, and is deriving no benefit from Applicant's event other than the facility's rental fee.
The request must be filed in advance, allowing adequate time for Selectmen to consider the request. It is suggested that Applicant file at least eight (8) weeks prior to event date to ensure approval. Fees related to a license, if required by the Town of Harwich, are the responsibility of the Applicant.
Applicant must provide a Certificate of Insurance naming Pilgrim Congregational Church Harwich Port as additional insured, indicating coverage for liquor liability with a minimum coverage of $1.0 million.
Any unused alcohol must be disposed of or removed by the Applicant.