Christmas Eve & Christmas at St. Paul's 2020
hInvite your family and friends to join us for two very special online Christmas Eve services!
Christmas Eve Services Thursday, December 24th
4:00 p.m. Family Service (premieres online)
Join us online for a beautiful service recorded outdoors from St. Paul’s greened patio with accompanying chimes music from our choir. This is a friendly service that is especially appropriate for families and children of all ages and will include both a reflective sermon from Rev. Liz and spiritual communion.
10:00 p.m. Candlelight Service (online) Carols begin at 10pm, Service begins at 10:30 p.m.
This fully edited service will include beautiful visual elements, breathtaking music recorded by St. Paul’s Choir, un uplifting sermon with spiritual communion and everything you’d expect from a Christmas Eve Candlelight Service.
Christmas Day Friday, December 25th
12 noon – 2:00pm In-Person Walk-Up Eucharist & Christmas Blessings
Drop by St. Paul’s to receive walk-up Eucharist and a Christmas Blessing from Rev. Susan and Rev. Liz. Meet us at the pavilion in the St. Paul’s parking lot.
We can’t wait to see you and wish you a Merry Christmas!
(You can also drop off your Christmas or end-of-year donation if you wish.)
IMPORTANT GUIDELINES FOR THOSE ATTENDING IN-PERSON EUCHARIST:
- No one with any symptom of illness, regardless of how insignificant, should attend - including (but not limited to) colds, congestion, sore throats, fever in past few days, or body aches.
- No one who has been exposed to someone with COVID-19 should attend. If you are not sure, ask any individuals you have spent time with personally in the last two weeks whether they have been around anyone who is positive for COVID-19. They do not have to have COVID themselves to have exposed you to the virus through another person in their social group.
- All participants must be remain masked (no gaiters, bandannas, etc.) over their mouth and nose for the entire event unless inside your own vehicle with doors closed
- Everyone -- including children -- must remain at a minimum of 6 feet apart from anyone outside their household, including in-between cars. Follow the marked spots we'll have on the asphalt in the parking lot while waiting to receive Eucharist.
- No hugs or handshakes or other touching signs of affection, unfortunately! But know we are all missing one another so much, and it will be a wonderful gift to see one another (from a safe distance!)