Newsletter for May 30

News from the rector: "Starting Sunday, June 20, we will offer a 9 am Eucharist in the church. Our initial capacity for that service will be 50 — more than we usually have for our early service on Sunday. As on Wednesdays, we will ask that all wear masks and practice distancing whether you are vaccinated or not. We will not have any socializing indoors for now, but the garden provides a lovely space to connect with each other after the service."
This Sunday, May 30, we will worship online 11 a.m. via Zoom, observing the one feast of the Christian year not commemorating an event but an underlying tenet of the faith, "God in three persons, blessed Trinity." Please join us! Holy, holy, holy!

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