As we prepare for the opening of Divine Liturgy in our church on Sunday, June 14th, the health, safety and well being of our parishioners and community continues to be our top priority.
Divine Liturgy will be upstairs in the church at 10 AM, with Reading of the Hours prior.
Restrictions are in place. We are following the Hierarchal directives as well as the CDC, state and local government guidelines.
Attendance: Please, let us know by sending an email to the church email@example.com to inform us of your attendance. Please include your names(s) and contact information .
Occupancy is limited. A rotation over weeks may be necessary, to accommodate all individuals who want to attend. We will confirm with you.
In case someone in our church tests positive for CoVid-19, we will be able to inform you immediately. Those with health issues please use utmost caution; any concerns please contact your medical professional for guidance.
Veneration of Icons & Cross, please do not kiss icons, the priest's hand, nor the cross at the end of Divine Liturgy. The cross will replaced upon the heads of the parishioners. Bowing and making the sign of the cross is preferred.
General Confession will be prior to Holy Communion, at the time of the Prayers before Communion
Holy Communion, Individual spoon and paper tissue will be provided to wipe your mouth. A receptacle to place used tissues will also be provided so we can burn them afterwards. Please do not kiss the chalice."
We respectfully ask you to follow the health and safety measures while in the building,
- Wear Masks. Please bring your own facial covering (masks, or cloth, scarf, etc. to cover your nose and mouth)
- Social Distance (please keep 6ft separation throughout the building)
- Hand washing & Hand Sanitizer is available
All social gatherings and activities are suspended until further notice. NO COFFEE HOUR, at this time. Access to hall will be limited to restrooms only. We are taking preventative measures to help stop the spread of the virus, by disinfecting high contact surfaces, and minimize contact touch points such as leaving doors open.
Thank you for your understanding and support during this challenging time. We continue to monitor this unchartered, fluid situation and will update you with new recommendations as they become available. We are looking forward to the new normalcy, which is yet to be defined.