Live Worship Plans and Protocols 


St. Paul’s is holding in-person worship services at 9:30 on Sundays, which are still being live-streamed. Here is what to expect:
  • Masks are strongly encouraged, and vaccination is recommended, though we will not be checking vaccination status.
  • You will be asked to sign in upon entry for symptoms check and contact tracing purposes.
  • We are singing – masks are required if you want to sing.
  • As long as weather permits, we will have the windows open, so as the weather cools, dress accordingly. We also have air purifiers running continuously before, during and after the service.
  • Communion: Pastor will be masked throughout the communion liturgy. Pastor will distribute bread by dropping the bread into your open hands (no touch), and glasses of wine or grape juice will be pre-filled. Members will take their own glass. Take down your mask only long enough to consume the elements. Hand sanitizer is provided on your way up the aisle. 
  • If you wish to attend in person but do not wish to be seen or recognized on the video, sit further toward the back. Faces are indistinguishable from this distance. The front left corner is also out of view of the camera. Once we install cameras more permanently, we will let you know where you can sit to be out of the view of the live-stream.