Covid-19 Health Guidelines for Attending Service


  • Do not attend while feeling ill


  • Self quarantine for 14 days if you have confirmed exposure with a Covid-19 positive person, or until you have a negative test result


  • Do not attend, or remove yourself from service during severe episodes of coughing or sneezing


  • Must wear mask while attending service


  • Maintain 6 feet of distance between others not in your household


  • Do not congregate or visit with others after service in the doorways. You may gather in open-air spaces such as the parking lot.


  • Per CDC, the following individuals should consider not attending service at this time due to increase health risk:


            Over 65 years of age

            Heart Disease

            Chronic lung disease including moderate to severe asthma


Morbid obesity


Compromised Immune System 


  • Individuals with at risk criteria are recommended to sit in the front pews to avoid others entering service


Saints, Feasts, and Readings for 01/18/2021

Athanasios and Cyril, Patriarchs of Alexandria
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