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10:30 am in-person
10:30 am online
Dear People of God at St. Benedict’s,
On Pentecost Sunday, we returned to the nave to worship the living God together, and it was glorious! The Regathering Task Force has been working hard for over a year, carefully preparing for this day and season. I thank God for their faithfulness, tenacity, and careful wisdom.
As you well know, the landscape has been shifting quickly since we planned, months ago, what our return to indoor worship would look like. More and more folks are vaccinated, even as children under 12 still wait for their turn. As of May 24, Bishop Wright has made all guidelines beyond the CDC recommendations optional, for each parish to discern according to their needs.
Also, just a note about worship and life together: please see this FAQ if you are wondering what church looks like right now, and what kinds of precautions we are taking in this season. Starting this Sunday we’ve got indoor church at 8:00 and 10:30. It feels good to be back together in our sacred home; I hope you will join us. You can register here.
As always, if you have any questions or concerns, I would love to have a conversation with you. In fact, I’d love to hear from you anyway! I’m still so eager to meet folks, and visits together have been a joy. Let me buy you a cup of coffee and hear your story of life in Christ at St. B’s.
Yours in Christ,
All Are Welcome!
Worship at St. Benedict's is in the rich Episcopal liturgical tradition with the Eucharistic celebration, music and singing.
The Eucharist is a community celebration where all take an active part. All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion. Music and singing are fundamental and essential elements of Christian worship. As such, they are a large part of worship at St. Benedict's.