Opening up our pews

Nov 18, 2021 | COVID-19, News

Beginning this Sunday, November 21, the gold ribbons that limited by half the number of people sitting in a pew will be removed, allowing more folks to sit in our pews.

For our annual Thanksgiving Communion service, we ask that all maintain the 3’ social distancing between family/friend pods.  This is in accordance with the CDC guidelines.  A Communion of cornbread and cider will be served during the service.  We talked to the Board of Health about a safe way to perform this annual ritual.  You may not even notice the difference.

We still require masking and ask that you sanitize your hands as you enter the Sanctuary.  The reserved rows at the front that is directly in front of the pulpit will, as usual, be reserved for families with younger children.

THIS WEEK’S SERVICE

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Sunday, December 4

Sunday, December 4

Miracles, Schmiracles…… Jesus supposedly raised Lazarus from the dead, walked on water, fed 5,000 people with a few fish and a handful of bread loaves. He exorcised demons, and healed the blind, the sick, and the lame….. The Bible is filled with...

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Sunday, November 27

Sunday, November 27

Gratitude and Grace Our service on November 27th will reflect on what we are grateful for and why. During this time of year, we are often asked what we are grateful for, whether it’s around the table or during a celebration. We are thankful for our...

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