The Regathering Committee is meeting often to evaluate the latest information and protocols from the CDC, State Government and our Diocesan leaders. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we do our best to offer as many opportunities to gather while protecting the health and safety of our most vulnerable.
This week, as we say goodbye to two longstanding members of our community, Ralph Brooks and Barbara Nordblum, we reflect on the last 18 months and think about how our faith community, country and the world has changed. To mark the many that have passed during the last 18 months, we invite you to join us for a Requiem Service on November 1st All Souls Day. This service will offer a chance to come together and mourn all whom we have lost.
The fall also brings the return of our two services. Beginning September 19th, the 8:00am and 9:30am services will return. Additionally, we will be offering an opportunity to request individual prayers to be included in the Prayers of the People each Sunday. Look for our new Prayer Request Book, as well as an online form, to request prayers coming soon.
While this time continues to challenge us in many ways, we hope that our faith community can help you feel connected, engaged and cared for. As always, please reach out to Fr. Ed or one of us if you have questions or concerns.
~Amy Van Dell and Melissa Read, Wardens
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“Coming in that first night and having someone say out loud, ‘Whoever you are, wherever you are on your journey, you are welcome at this table’ — that was overwhelmingly exactly what I needed to hear.”
Watch video above to hear testimony from Leigh Foster, an attendee at The Crossing, an Episcopal church in Boston whose primary ministry is providing a welcoming space for LGBTQIA+ folks.
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