Covid Update: We are holding Liturgy at 9:30am and Vespers has resumed at 6pm on Saturdays. Live streaming continues to be available during this time. Follow this link for past videos (18-Sep-2021).
Vespers: Saturdays at 6:00pm
Divine Liturgy: Sundays at 9:30am
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As we have done for the last year and a half, St. Andrew Orthodox Church continues to try to balance the safety of our community with providing an authentic and freely available worship space and access to the sacraments of Christ. This is a tricky balancing act and we appreciate the kind suggestions and feedback we've received from those who feel like our strategies are too restrictive and those who feel like our strategies are not restrictive enough. We ask for your prayers and patience as we navigate this difficult time.
In order to try to create the conditions where people feel safe, but also welcome, we are doing the following:
Communion: We are adhering to the precautions endorsed by our Bishop. However, for those who wish to partake, but are unable or uncomfortable to approach the chalice, you may reach out to Fr. Basil directly to discuss receiving communion.
Confession: For the time being, we will continue to have group, public confessions before communion on Sunday mornings. If you would like Fr. Basil to hear your confession privately, he is doing so after Vespers. You can also reach out to Fr. Basil to discuss making an appointment.
Social distancing and masks: We will ask that you be respectful and patient with each other by giving each other space at worship and respecting decisions of those who choose to mask and those who do not. Our nave is large enough for us to be able to spread out. Worshippers who feel like they need additional space are free to make use of the choir loft and cry room during any service according to their comfort level.
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Fr. Basil or any member of the parish council.