All Saints' Episcopal Church is an inclusive faith community where
ALL ARE WELCOME
Saints' Episcopal Church
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Tuesday – Thursday
The Rev. Christine J. Day
We are members of the family of God who gather for worship, prayer, fellowship and service.
Together, we commit ourselves:
Ø To love and care for one another;
Ø To learn and grow in faith throughout our lives;
Ø To share our resources in furthering God's work;
Ø To serve our community and world as God calls us.
We, the people of All Saints', carry out our mission through the ministries of all our members.
DIOCESE AND ALL SAINTS’ TO ENTER STEP TWO
ON THE JOURNEY TO GATHERING ANEW
Beginning the weekend of July 4-5, 2020, the Diocese of Central New York and All Saints’ Church will enter Step Two of “Gathering Anew.” In this step, small limited in-person gatherings, including Eucharist conveyed in Bread only with safety precautions are permitted within the Diocesan Guidelines. Prevention of the spread of COVID-19 continues to be a priority. All Saints’ has submitted its “Covenant for Gathering Anew,” approved by the Vestry, on June 24th and expects to receive approval by the Diocese soon. Therefore, excepting a raise in the COVID-19 infection rate in the Diocese of Central New York, beginning July 4th there will two short services of Holy Communion offered for a maximum for 12 people in-person (excluding clergy and musician): Saturdays at 5:00 pm and Sundays at 10:30 am.
Parishioners are asked to call the Rectory (607-797-9203) prior to each service to reserve a place at the service by 4:00 pm on Saturday and 9:00 am on Sunday. Hopefully that way we will not turn away anyone.
These two services will also be available by Zoom and on Facebook Live. Please if you are sick or of a vulnerable population, stay at home and join the service online (see below) or by phone.
In addition to Holy Communion being offered in Bread only, everyone must wear a mask which covers both nose and mouth, wash hands or use hand sanitizer when entering and leaving church and before and after receiving Communion. There will be no singing—only instrumental music. All those attending are asked to practice 6 feet of physical distancing and there is to be no physical contact—handshakes or hugs. The Peace may be “passed” by remaining in place and bowing, waving, or practicing the sign-language “peace.” Everyone who receives Communion is asked to consume the Host when they return to their pew, briefly removing their mask to do so. There will be no “Coffee Hour.”
Sun: 10 am
Sat: 5 pm
Contact the Websexton: Last Updated July 28, 2020