Indoor Worship

We are back in the sanctuary for 8:00 am and 10:00 am services, with masks for now. These will be Holy Eucharist services and as of March 6, the First Sunday in Lent, we will be offering the Host (bread) at the Communion Rail, but you can still bring-your-own-bread or cracker or pick up a host container at the back, and stay in place for the Prayer of Consecration and Communion. Masks are not required, but encouraged.

Some of you will not be ready to return to indoor worship, and that is perfectly fine--it is important that everyone does what feels safe to them. As Fr. Curtis said, there are some for whom outdoor worship was comfortable but heading inside is uncomfortable, and some others who feel just the opposite. Again, do what is comfortable for you.

If you are not ready to participate in indoor worship, a recording of the sermon will be available each week by clicking on the ‘Church From Home’ icon near the top of the home page. If you are missing the sacrament and want Communion, please speak to Fr. Curtis and he will work something out that feels safe for you.

Please don't come to church if:

  • You have had close contact with an individual infected with COVID-19 within the last
    14 days. 

  • You have had close contact within the last 14 days with an individual suspected of
    being infected with COVID-19, including individuals exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms 

  • You are currently experiencing, or have experienced in the past 14 days, fever, cough
    or shortness of breath.


There will be lots of hand sanitizer around, so please continue to use it. There will be disinfecting wipes in the bathrooms, and we are asking that if you use the bathrooms, you wipe down the surfaces that you have touched before you leave.


Facts not fear. Clean Hands. Open Hearts.