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Since Easter 2020, we have met for Sunday worship using the video conference platform Zoom. Our service is a modified Morning Prayer with Bible readings, a reflection, and singing in our own homes led by a soloist.

We are excited to add an in-person option to our Zoom Morning Prayer, beginning on Sunday, June 14, 2020. We have room for 15-20 people to join us in the Parish Hall during that Zoom meeting. We will have our large TV hooked up so that those who are in-person can see those who are on Zoom and a camera set up so that those who are in the room can be seen by those on Zoom.

Please note: At this time we are not taking reservations for in-person participation in worship. If we consistently have 15 or more people attend, we will revisit that practice. Right now, you may simply arrive for worship on Sunday. The following are important for you to read before attending:

  • In-person participants are asked to follow the standard precautions being encouraged by our public health authorities -- stay home if you are sick in any way or if you are at high risk from COVID-19, and maintain physical distancing and frequent hand-washing.
  • In-person worship participants are encouraged to wear face masks.
  • Worship will continue to be Morning Prayer (no Holy Eucharist) at this time.
  • In-person participants will not sing with our soloist (who will be set apart from the congregation, facing away from them while singing).
  • There will not be a coffee hour or a time of socializing after worship. 
  • We have limited our washrooms to single stalls and ask that they are used by one person at a time and we have set up a one-way flow of traffic to them from the Parish Hall.
  • We will be maintaing a list of in-person participants to aid in contact tracing should someone who attends become ill with COVID-19. You will need to provide your name, phone number, and email address.

The Zoom link information is:

Meeting ID: 820 4853 6733
Password: 034102

Dial In: 778 907 2071


Our worship will continue with this pattern through, at least, August 2, 2020.