None must, some should, all may. While masks are no longer required at any of our events, they are currently suggested and those who would prefer to mask are welcomed. We know that many among us spend time with loved ones who are vulnerable (including very young children and elderly adults); please protect those closest to you and help us know how we can support you in that.
Additionally, we will continual to offer virtual, distanced and outdoor options whenever possible so that all may feel welcome in the way that feels safest for their particular situation.
Per diocesan guidance, we continue to offer both bread and wine at communion.
At this time, we have been able to ease other precautionary measures (restrictions). As we have for the last 18 months, we’ll continue to evaluate the information we have, as we have it.
If you haven’t yet been vaccinated, and are able to be, we encourage you to find an opportunity to get vaccinated. We witness God at work through the science of medical professionals, but we shouldn’t let these miracles become so commonplace as to go unnoticed. Let’s be attentive to the life saving work going on and take part.
Thanks for your continued perseverance and love of neighbor,