The Vestry and Reopening Taskforce have tentatively set a reopening date for Sunday, July 19th. We are monitoring the course of the pandemic closely, and might decide that the July 19th date is premature, especially if local hospitalizations and death continue to spike. We have put in place a series of protocols and procedures to keep everyone safe (see Father Karl’s letter from last week). We will be worshiping outside, and you will be required to reserve a spot at worship by the night before. Information about how to reserve a spot will be forthcoming in the next few weeks. We hope that you will choices about attending that prioritize your safety and the safety of the other members of our beloved church. We will continue to stream the 10:30 service as well, so that those who choose not to attend in person can still participate in worship. We will also continue to hold the 8:30 AM service online using Zoom, and the 9:30 Children’s Church service online using Zoom.
Outdoor In-Person Worship Scheduled for July 19th
- Post author:The Rev. Karl Stevens
- Post published:June 30, 2020
- Post category:Being Church in a Pandemic
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