In-Person Worship Opportunities during the Pandemic
St. Mark offers currently both in-person and online/virtual services as described below:
Sunday Morning Worship
In-person services of Holy Communion in the church are held at 9:15AM every Sunday morning. Reservations are allowed for up to 50 attendees and can be made using “Sign-Up Genius.” Click HERE to access the sign-up portal, where you enter your name, email address, and the number of people who will sit with you.
With a return to weekly services, Sunday worship will now be live-streamed to our YouTube channel and shared to our Facebook page instead of being pre-recorded. For those worshiping at home, the Order of Service can be found here.
All in-person worship attendees should expect the following:
- The wearing of cloth face coverings/masks over both mouth and nose is required
- Communion is served in the form of prepackaged wine and wafer
- Physical distancing will be maintained, although members who live together and/or who traveled together to worship may sit together.
- Singing remains a high-risk activity, so only humming or very soft singing is encouraged.
- Hand sanitizer is available and its use is encouraged by attendees.
- Of course, please stay home if you do not feel well. COVID-19 shares symptoms with many ailments with which we are commonly afflicted.
- In addition, because of the delay in symptom development in some cases, if you have been knowingly exposed to someone with COVID-19, please do not come to worship for at least 10 days from the date of exposure even if you have tested negative.
- If you discover that you were exposed prior to coming to worship and were possibly infectious during the service, please inform Pastor Brian so that a notice can be sent out to your fellow attendees. *Your name will not be used as part of the correspondence.
IMPORTANT: These preventative measures are in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19, but none of them guarantee that you or your family members will not become infected. Please use your best judgment on whether or not to attend in-person worship.
Tuesday Morning Worship services are currently suspended, with the return of weekly Sunday services.