Updated August 3, 2022
A Covid Update
You've probably heard that Covid cases are on the rise again. Muscogee County is in the "high" community risk category, according to the CDC. At this level, everyone is encouraged to "wear a well-fitting mask indoors in public, regardless of vaccination status or individual risk." Fortunately, our hospitals are not overwhelmed at this point, and people who are vaccinated seem to be protected against serious illness. Still, we want to do our part to keep everyone healthy.
Masks are available on Sundays and at other church events as always. Because some people have difficulty wearing masks for long periods of time, we won't require them for now, but we invite you to wear your own as you choose. Please worship from home if you are experiencing symptoms or think you have been exposed, just to be on the safe side. Sunday adult formation and most church meetings are available online as well as in person. If you'd like to gather for worship but want to avoid crowds, the live stream of the service is available in the parish hall every Sunday where it is easier to spread out (and grab a cup of coffee if you like!). You are welcome to come to communion from there.
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