Worship

Registration goes live at 11 am on Thursdays on Eventbrite.

Click here for 1/16.

Please register every individual in your party. For example, if there are 4 people in your party, select 4 tickets. PLEASE REGISTER FOR ONLY ONE SERVICE. Masks are required for everyone over the age of two. Social distancing will be enforced. See you in Church! 

Sunday Schedule as of January 6, 2022

9 am  Holy Eucharist, Rite II* (indoors, masked, socially-distanced, pre-registration required)

*We will host Morning Prayer on the last Sunday of the month

11 am  Holy Eucharist, Rite II* (indoors, masked, socially-distanced, pre-registration required)

*We will host Morning Prayer on the last Sunday of the month

5 pm  Holy Eucharist, Rite II (indoors, masked, socially-distanced, pre-registration required)

At present, we intend to continue livestreaming the 9 am service, both to our website and to Facebook, as we have been through the summer.  Should we encounter technical difficulty with the 9 am feed, we will upload the recorded service by Sunday afternoon.

After extensive consideration, we will not reopen the Nursery at this time.  We will offer the “Children’s Homily” during the 9 am sermon.

 

Registration

Registrations – via Eventbrite – for an upcoming Sunday will open on the previous Thursday, with a link in our weekly eBlast. The registration link will be posted to this page, as well. Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first served basis, and will remain open until all available slots are filled. There are 100 registration slots per service.

 

Arriving for Worship

For all indoor services, we will keep a single point of entry: the West Porch doors facing Copley Square.  Please enter only by this access.  To prevent the congestion of a queue during the brief check-in process, we invite you to arrive as early as you can.

Abiding the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts directives, masks will be required at all times for all present, with the singular exception of children under two years of age.  Masks can be cloth with filter, surgical or N95, and must cover the entire nose and mouth.  Bandanas, scarves, and gaiters do not meet the CDC-recommended standard and will not be allowed.

With intention to make possible parishioners’ return to “their seats” – or a place very near them – we will not cordon any pews or sections of pews in the lower Nave as we begin our return.  Instead, we ask all to mind social-distancing standards.  Diocesan standards require six feet of separation between individuals or cohorts.  Therefore, please leave a pew of separation between you and your fellow worshipers.  This distancing will allow everyone to gather – and sing! – comfortably and safely.

The balconies will not be open at this time. 

 

Communion

Communion will continue to be offered in only one kind: bread.

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