MASKS AND SOCIAL DISTANCING are no longer required at the Chapel

Chapel Friends,

According to new guidelines released by our bishop, “masking and social distancing are no longer required for fully vaccinated people.  This includes all activities, whether inside or outside.”  WAHOO!  If you would like to read the full text of the Bishop’s most recent letter, click the link below.

Communion will continue to be offered in one kind (bread – our bishop addresses this in his guidance below), but we expect that final mitigation will be removed in short order.  And folks may still be at risk for complications related to the Coronavirus.  For more information, please consult the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  One of the Sunday services each week (most likely the 11a) will continue to be broadcast on our website, Vimeo, and Facebook Live.  And, Will and I are still thrilled to offer Garden Eucharists to anyone who wants to host a service in their yard, garden, etc.  I am so very grateful for the help and leadership of our bishop, diocesan staff, Virus Committee, Vestry, and Wardens as we have navigated this time of pandemic.

I am so excited to see many of you on Sunday in the Chapel.  If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please ask.  Beloved friends, be well & be joyful.

Keep the Faith,

The Bishop’s Latest Guidance