In Person Worship
Due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, our typical Sunday morning services are a lot different than usual. We have missed gathering with our friends and family in the sanctuary, but remain committed to ensuring a safe space for all.
There are many different factors that come into play as we evaluate worship in person. We are watching the percentage of positive cases, government directives, comfort of our members returning, local events and outbreaks, and the guidance of our congregational medical professionals to help inform faithful decisions on in person worship.
Due to rapidly escalating cases of COVID-19 in our region,
we will NOT be gathering in-person
at St. Paul’s Lutheran until further notice.
UPDATED FOR NOVEMBER 15
Precautions and Procedures
Masks must be worn at worship services.
Masks are available at each service if you need one.
Social distancing on 6 ft must be kept while at worship.
Signage is in place to direct you in and out of worship. Ushers are also available to guide and assist.
Hand sanitizing stations are in place in the narthex, entrances, and exits.
Communion will be served on the first Sunday only. You will be directed on how to receive communion.
If you are not feeling well, have a fever, or have been exposed to COVID recently, please stay home and worship online.
Only the sanctuary, narthex, and restrooms
will be open.
All other rooms are closed.
We will not be singing during worship, while indoors. We will have music during the worship for you to enjoy.
We will not have Fellowship Time in the church library.
Zoom Fellowship is available.
Even though we can not share the peace physically, we can send email, call, or mail each other.