Keeping the congregation safe during this time of Covid is our highest priority and how we are choosing to show our faith at this time.
In this ever changing Covid reality, we are constantly having to change and adapt. But... right now... today... the news is good and there is hope again. In looking at the current numbers and trends, the Session has decided to restart in-person outdoor worship services on March 21st at 10am!
If you want to attend the outdoor service, you will need to....
Wear a mask entering and leaving the area.
Bring your own chair. We will be gathering this time in the upper parking lot. When you arrive find a place to sit that gives at least six feet of distance from other groups. Again we ask that you sit with people in your immediate household. However, those people who have been fully vaccinated may sit together in their own groupings.
Once you are in your place and are properly distanced, you may remove your mask if you so choose.
Dress according to the weather. And speaking of weather, if it is raining we will not be gathering for worship. We will continue to create pre-recorded services for you to watch either on our YouTube channel, our Facebook page or on our website. Sermon texts will continue to be available through the website.
The calendar will keep you up to date on the other happenings at the church.
The church office is open during regular business hours (M-F 9am to 2pm) in order to provide a point of contact. If you have a special need or know of someone who needs care we can provide, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to help anyway we can. If you or someone you know needs help getting a vaccine, call us at the church office and we will do our best to make that happen. Speaking of vaccinations, our returning to "normal" depends on your getting vaccinated. When a certain number of our members are vaccinated we can begin to meet inside without masks or other restrictions. We are creating a vaccinated database. Please make an effort to respond to requests from the church office or simply send us a message letting us know that you have been vaccinated. Together we get through this.
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Yours in Christ,
Dr. Thom Burleson
The Session of Parkway Presbyterian