Registration for In-Person Worship Services & for Holy Communion
Read the guidelines below and then register for In-Person Worship on Sundays and Holy Communion on Thursdays and the 3rd Saturday of the month.
Be familiar with our Holy Communion beliefs and practices before registering.
Note: when registering, kindly choose a space that does not already have participants from another worshipping household. Thank you!
COVID-19 Guidelines for Worship and Holy Communion at St. Paul's
- If showing any symptoms, please stay home.
- If you or a close contact have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days, please stay home.
- If you have recently traveled to an area requiring quarantine, please stay home until released from quarantine.
- Masks are to be worn at all times except when eating or drinking. The pastor and worship leaders may take their masks off at the altar during worship (not communion) if physical distancing of at least 12 feet between households is maintained.
- Masks are to fit properly and cover the mouth and nose.
- Hand sanitizer is available for use upon entry into the building.
- Physical distancing of at least 6 feet between households must be maintained at all times.
- The ushers will lead you to your assigned spot and will dismiss you at the end of worship or communion.
- High touch surfaces (including pews) are regularly cleaned by our custodial staff. Communion stations are sanitized between liturgies.
- There will be no coffee hour, paper bulletins, passing of the offering plate, or physical sharing of the peace. Holy Communion will not be offered during Sunday worship.
As in all cases of public interaction during the pandemic, each worshipper is responsible for assessing their own level of comfort with the possibility, however remote, of exposure to the coronavirus. If for any reason (age, health concerns, etc.) you do not feel comfortable attending in-person worship, please stay home. Online worship continues to be available.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate the challenges of COVID-19. Taking precautions and being flexible is a way to serve the Lord and help keep everyone safe!