A NEW RESURRECTION ON EASTER!
Okay, that may be an overly dramatic way to announce that Fletcher’s Chapel will reopen its doors for in-person worship on Easter Sunday, April 4. We have not held in-person worship for over a year prioritizing keeping our people safe from the covid-19 virus. However, with the rate of infection falling and with many of our congregation desiring to come back to live in-person worship, we are going to resume live gathered worship on Easter. Again, in an effort to keep us all safe, we must all follow certain protocols.
- Masks must be worn covering the mouth and nose.
- Seating is marked by blue tape. Sit by households or sit with those with whom you have been spending much time. There is also room for singles.
- Enter through the front door. Exit through the side doors as marked by exit signs.
- We will not be permitted to sing. HOWEVER, I JUST LEARNED THAT AS LIZ PLAYS OUR HYMNS, WE MAY ALL HUM THE MUSIC. (HALELUJAH!)
- The Apostles’ Creed and the Lord’s Prayer may be recited, but very quietly.
- People are encouraged to bring and wear their own face masks, but face masks and hand sanitizer will be available in the narthex if desired.
- In the event we have more congregants than our sanctuary can accommodate safely, we have reconnected the loudspeaker in the fellowship hall to provide seating there.
We will continue to record our worship service for those who are reticent about returning to in-person worship now. The service can be watched by typing www.fletcherschapel-kinggeorge-va.org into your computer browser.
We hope to see you on Easter.