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Returning to In-Person Worship
At the June 28th Vestry meeting it was agreed that we would begin the process of easing restrictions and requirements on a slow, responsible path.
At the present time the wearing of masks will be optional for those who have been vacinnated for COVID-19, and encouraged for those who are not. Social Distancing will be encouraged by family groups. We also have begun to receive the Holy Eucharist in both kinds.
What the way forward looks like:
- Careful and Cautious
- The Peace: Because of physical contact and proximity concerns members are asked to limit physical contact to those in your own family group, and to share the Peace in other ways through nods, waves, etc. to other parishioners.
- Eucharist: The Eucharist will return to being celebrated in both kinds.
Singing continues to be restricted, except by up to four (4) people per service, who maintain a safe from all others.
We will continue to require reservations for all services and events for the time being.
The website will be updated every Sunday afternoon with the links for the next service.
An email will be sent out on Monday each week with two (2) buttons. One will have the link for 8 am and the other for the 10 am service. Everyone MUST register for a service due to the requirement of contact tracing. Anyone who wishes to be on the “Automatic Reservation” list should contact David Burgess as soon as possible.
We will still have a need for lay participation, whether live or recorded.
Click here to sign-up for the month of AUGUST.
All In-Person Events require a reservation. If you have an automatic reservation OR are participating in the Service you do not need to make a reservation, it has already been done for you. Thank you.
Sunday, August 1st, 2021 ~ Tenth Sunday After Pentecost
Reservations are required
Masks are optional for those who have been vaccinated
Social Distancing is encouraged
In-Person Coffee Hour follows the 10:00 a.m. Service in the Courtyard (weather permitting) or the Parish Hall.
Hosts are needed, you can sign-up on the monthly lay participation link or contact David Burgess.
This week at St. David’s:
Tuesday, August 3rd, ~ 7 p.m. – Book / Bible Study on Zoom
Future Events at St. David’s:
Sunday, August 8th, ~ 8:00 a.m and 10:00 a.m.
Eleventh Sunday of Pentecost
Sunday, September 12th ~ East Side Episcopalian’s Annual Picnic
Town of DeWitt, Ryder Park
September 24th ~ 2pm until 7pm
American Red Cross Blood Drive
in the St. David’s Parish Hall
What does the CNY Episcopal Diocese say about Racism?
- Racial Reconciliation – Anti-racism training and readings
- Responding to Racial Violence – Presiding Bishop Curry’s Pentecost sermon and recommended readings