COVID-19 Guidelines Attending St Paul’s during the Covid pandemic.
1. Wear a face covering . You need to keep your mouth and nose covered. 2. Maintain a safe distance. Keep at least 6’ away from other people. 3. Use Hand Sanitizer as needed. Sanitize your hands before and after communion.
Receiving Communion during the Covid pandemic 1. Come for communion one at a time as directed by the usher 2. The congregation will receive communion in the form of bread only and it will be placed directly into your hand. 3. Please don’t come in contact with Fr Michael’s hands. 4. Please don’t use the center aisle to return to your pew after receiving communion. Use the side aisles instead. 5. Please keep a safe distance from other people at all times.
Services at St. Paul's Church
8 AM - Holy Eucharist 10 AM - Choral Holy Eucharist
Let us take this time of social distance to treasure our Faith. God was distant and then he spoke the world into existence. God continues to call us back from exile and false belief systems. It is so easy to miss how wonderful our Faith is!
Keep Making Music! St. Paul’s Fr. Michael Gorchov interviews Organist Dr. Tim Pyper. Tim is a Music Director at Holy Apostles (Episcopal), NYC, and one of our expert consultants on the preservation campaign to rescue the Austin Orchestral Pipe Organ during its 100th anniversary. Topics include: Why do we need to save the Mighty Austin?, Austin Organ co. (Hartford, CT), Bach transcriptions for the orchestral organ, The Alexander Technique. Tim also plays the organ in short sections to demonstrate the versatility of the Austin. Keep Making Music!