Special Announcements & Events
August 2, 2021
We hope this letter finds you all well. We write to further update the COVID procedures and protocols we will be implementing at our parish as the result of the spread o f the Delta variant.
Based on reports of various medical expert reports, the Delta variant is highly transmissible. As a result, the COVID Committee has unanimously decided that it is better to be cautious to not only protect all parishioners but to make all who attend church feel at ease
As a result, effective immediately:
All attendees, including vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals, must wear a mask.
July 12, 2021
We hope this letter finds you all well. We write to update the COVID procedures we will continue to implement at our parish.
1. If you are fully vaccinated, you are not required to wear a mask. Please understand that some parishioners who are vaccinated have chosen to continue to wear a mask. This is a personal preference. All who are not vaccinated, including children, must be masked.
2. For the immediate future, you are asked to: (a) refrain from touching or kissing icons; and (b) refrain from shaking hands during the kiss of peace (please bow or acknowledge your fellow parishioners).
3. The altar servers or Father Antony will continue to hand you the holy bread.
4. Commencing with Sunday, September 12, 2021, coffee hours will resume.Read more »
Christ is Risen! Indeed He is Risen!
The Covid Committee is frequently reviewing the Governor's pandemic orders and information from the CDC to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all. The Committee has decided that it can increase capacity by an additional 20% or total of sixty-five people and maintain social distancing.
The Committee would also like to remind parishioners that:
- The Committee member at the door will review the procedures with each attendee upon arrival.
- There is no kissing or touching of icons, including touching and kissing icons while masked.
- Parishioners need to select a row designated for occupancy and remain in the row. Please do not change rows to avoid touching areas to be occupied by other parishioners.