Trinity's COVid response

Trinity has and continues to respond to the COVID pandemic in love and care with special concern for the most vulnerable. 

In light of the current Omicron surge, Trinity has implemented the following COVID guidelines for worship. These guidelines are set to expire after January the 31st, but may be re-instated if the situation warrants. 

 

  1. Trinity will continue to hold in-person services on Sundays at 8:00 AM and 10:30 AM and on Tuesdays at 7:30 AM and Thursdays at 7:30 AM. Sunday services will continue to be live-streamed. 

  2. Congregational and choir singing is suspended. Organ music will still be played for the 10:30 AM Sunday service. 

  3. KN - 95 or N - 95 Masks are required at all services. There will be masks available if you do not have one. If you do have one, please bring it with you. If you would like to donate KN - 95 masks to the parish, donations are greatly appreciated. 

  4. Sign-in for contact tracing is required. Electronic and paper sign-in will be available. 

  5. Services will last no longer than 45 minutes and altar personnel will be limited.

  6. Social distancing is required. 

  7. Sunday school for children is suspended. Childcare will continue to be available. (Suspending Sunday school will help limit the number of contacts in the North Parish Hall and allow Sunday school teachers to stay home if they don’t feel comfortable being in group settings during this current surge).

  8. Trinity’s annual meeting will take place virtually via zoom on Sunday January the 16th at 3 PM. 

During this difficult time, Trinity has and will continue doing what it does best, worshiping God, serving the community, and caring for each other.