Our Church is Open!
We are pleased to announce that Holy Nativity is once again open to “in-person” worship! For both our parishioners and for those seekers who might wish to visit our parish, what does our “being open” mean?.
- Our weekday services are fully open (no sign-up required.) We simply ask that adults who come wear a face-mask, wash their hands, and observe appropriate spacing inside the church.
- Our weekend services (9am Saturday Liturgy; 5pm Sat. Great Vespers; 10am Sunday Liturgy) are open to those who have signup. If you are an inquirer and would like to attend please contact Fr. Jason.
Beyond limiting our weekend services to about 42 people per service, the other significant limitation on church life–at this time–is our inability to host social and educational functions at church. God-willing, sometime (sooner rather than later,) we will be able to get back to some kind of in-person fellowship time.
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