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Closed To All In-Person Gatherings Until May 10
Dear Friends in Christ,
Trinity Episcopal Church will be closed to all in-person gatherings until May 10. This action is in response to a directive from the Bishops of the Episcopal Church in Michigan, following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) (click below to view letter).
Sunday Supper and Food Pantry distributions will be “curb side” (distributed outside our doors). Office hours will be discontinued until May 10, but phones, emails, texts, Facebook messages, and mail will continue to be processed and monitored. We will continue to make an effort to communicate with one another using phones, mail, email, Facebook, and our web site.
Our own Deacon, Rev. Dr. Dan Maxwell, is in full support of this action in order to prevent and contain the spread of the coronavirus. Dan is serving on the front lines of the health care community in striving to avert the potential overwhelming of our health care facilities. We believe we must continue to do our part to socially distance ourselves, not only to prevent infection in our members and families, but to help protect our community, state, and nation from an epidemic of potentially catastrophic proportions.
We encourage you to read the Bishops’ directive and other information printed below. There are possibilities for online worship, including a link for Sunday Morning Prayer with Bishop Hougland. The National Cathedral streams a Sunday Eucharist at 11:15 a.m. via their web site at www.cathedral.org under “events.”
We pray that all may be well and safe during these unprecedented times of struggle and uncertainty.
Very Rev. William J. McClure, Jr, Rector
Rev. Dr. Daniel Maxwell, Deacon
Groceries are available by appointment. Contact the church office for more information or to volunteer.
We serve a free meal to the community every Sunday! Contact the church office with questions or to volunteer.
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