1. If you are feeling unwell or have had a fever within the past 48 hours, you should not attend worship.
  2. The gates and doors are opened at 10:00 A.M., and the building is locked promptly at 10:30 when the service begins. Please understand that because of safety concerns, we cannot unlock the doors to admit latecomers.
  3. We do not require proof of vaccination for attendance at worship. All are welcome.
  4. Bulletins for the current Sunday, along with copies of Portals of Prayer, Strength for the Day and seasonal devotions, are available in the narthex.
  5. For those who choose to wear them, a supply of masks is available on the welcome table in the narthex.
  6. Holy Communion is administered by intinction at the front of the chancel. Worshipers seated on the pulpit side of the nave commune first, followed by those seated on the lectern side. Communicants come forward in single file down the center aisle, receive the Blessed Sacrament, and return to their seats by the side aisles.