Christ is Risen! Following the recently released Diocesan guidelines, parishoners who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are not required to wear masks in church, nor to be socially distanced. However, anyone wishing to wear a mask, and/or be socially distanced, may do so. For their own safety, and protection, unvaccinated parishioners should continue to wear masks and be socially distanced from anyone without masks. Parishioners 65 years and older, anyone with medical conditions that increase their susceptibility to COVID19, and particularly anyone in these groups who are not fully vaccinated, should continue to exercise caution with respect to wearing masks at church and being socially distanced. The kissing of the Cross, the Holy Icons, and other sacred objects of veneration can now resume. Please come to church only if you are feeling well and have not been exposed to anyone with Covid for at least two weeks. If it's possible, please sanitize your hands beforehand. Communion will continue to be distributed traditionally,
Again and again in peace, let us give thanks to God for this new phase in our worship and refrain from judgement, anger and divisive feelings or actions in our different approaches to this crisis!
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