What you need to know as we
prepare to gather for worship on Sunday:
Please arrive early, since there are a few
things to do before you are seated.
There will be
hand sanitizer stations at the entrance as you come in. Please
take a minute and use the sanitizer on your hands. If you have a
mask to wear, please bring it with you. If not, an usher will
give you one. Please wear it. The usher
will ask you 1) if you have developed a new cough fever,
shortness of breath, or otherwise felt ill in the past 2 days?
And, 2) have you taken Ibuprofen or Tylenol in the past 6
hours? (These can interfere with the accuracy of temperature
will scan your forehead with a touchless thermometer to see if you
have a fever.If things are
good so far, the usher will hand you a bulletin, and you may be
receive communion in one kind only (the host). We will not
kneel at the altar rail but come forward in a single line and
receive communion standing. Please allow six feet between
yourself and the person or family group ahead of you. As tempting
as it may be, please do not shake hands or hug each other.
We'll get back to that once we are sure this epidemic is
We will be roping off every other pew, and we hope
that you will spread yourselves out to avoid overcrowding and make
We will continue to stream the 10 AM service
online for those of you who cannot attend in person.
We are re-instituting COFFEE HOUR after both
services. But, please continue to socially distance at each table,
(maybe only two people at a table) and wear your mask as much as
As new and
distracting as these new procedures can be, my prayer is that we will
look beyond them, and that God will lift up our hearts and minds and free
us to worship, especially as we celebrate this special Day of Pentecost!
I appreciate your continued patience and your concern to take care of our
brothers and sisters in Christ as we go through this unprecedented
time. Grace and Peace,
All Saints is a family-sized congregation. Our heart is to serve the Lord Jesus Christ and all of his people. We offer Friendship, Praise-filled Contemporary Worship, Small group Bible studies & fellowship and study/prayer groups, Numerous growth opportunities and Gospel outreach into our community.
Our Diocese and Parish are now supporting St. Andrew Orphanage in Myanmar