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Protocols for In-Person Worship
IN-PERSON WORSHIP SERVICES HAVE BEEN APPROVED TO RESUME (See Protocols below)
The following Worship protocols during the pandemic will be observed:
Reservations to attend services are no longer required.
Masks are optional but strongly encouraged.
Several pews in the front are reserved for those who desire physically-distanced seating; all other pews are "open seating."
Contact tracing is not required at this time.
As a reminder, the Nursery will be unavailable until further notice
Most doors will now be open.
Ushers will continue to release people for Communion.
Bulletins may be picked up on entering the church.
Prayer Books and Hymnals can be found in the pews.
We prefer that bulletins be taken home by worshipers.
Hymns may be sung by the congregation while masked.
Offering plates will continue to be placed in stationary locations.
Please place your offering in a plate before service as you are seated.
Deacon will sanitize hands before preparing the table and will assist the Priest.
Communion rite will be said with mask.
The Priest, Deacon, and Eucharistic Minister will commune self first and sanitize hands before administering Communion to the people.
Hosts to be administered in front of Nave Altar in standing position.
Consecrated wine will be placed in a shallow dish for communicants to intinct their Host.
Communicants to approach physically distanced and wearing mask.
Arms fully outstretched to receive.
Priest will administer host with outstretched arm and not touching the communicant.
Communicant will move to the Deacon or to the Eucharistic Minsiter to intinct their Host if they choose.
Communicants will consume the Host after moving away from the Deacon as they return to their seat.
Parishioners are are asked to exit the building after the postlude.
Socializing in the building is discouraged. Please continue to gather outside or in the Parish Hall to socialize with appropriate distancing.
Commissions are still encouraged to meet via Zoom (or similar platform).
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