This Week at St. Gregory’s March 23– March 29, 2020
A Reminder from Father Horton:
We will not be holding in-person services until at least after Palm Sunday. In the meantime, here is how we will be moving forward.
1) We will be live streaming the following services through our Facebook page.
- Sunday Eucharist – 9:00 am
- Wednesday Eucharist – 6:30 pm
- Friday Stations of the Cross – 6:30 pm
- Monday-Friday Morning Prayer – 8:45 am
2) Immediately following the Sunday Eucharist live stream, I will be available in the parking lot to distribute Holy Communion to individuals and families until 11:00am. I am asking that everyone remain in their cars until it is your turn to receive. Then, when I signal, please get out of your car and come to receive. I will be hand sanitizing between each individual or family in order to prohibit the spread of any germs.
3) For those not wishing to receive in this manner, there is a form for Spiritual Communion that can be found on the diocesan resource page that I will link at the bottom of this list.
4) Following the live streams, these videos will be permanently available to watch on our Facebook page. For those who do not have Facebook, I have been told that they can be watched by direct link with no need to log-in.
5) Here are the links to the Eucharist from last Sunday - https://www.facebook.com/277264069301633/videos/145125543457846/
As well as Stations of the Cross https://www.facebook.com/277264069301633/videos/219218042776317/
6) We have now set up online giving through Tithe.ly, but we are still in the verification process and I want that to be complete before we go live with that option. For now, please consider sending in checks via mail or setting up bill pay through your bank, as these are currently the best options and moving forward will help us to avoid the fees associated with the online giving platform.
Diocesan resource page: http://fwepiscopal.org/worship-resources.html
This page includes links to a form for spiritual communion as well as the 2019 BCP that we will be using for all of our streaming services.
If you have any questions, concerns, or ideas as we navigate these uncharted waters, please communicate them to the office or directly to me – email@example.com .
I love you all deeply and pray for deliverance from this trying time and devastating disease. God bless you all and be well.
Fr. Alan Horton+
Father Horton will lead Morning Prayer Monday through Friday at 8:45 am via Facebook live streaming.
Stations of the Cross will be said every Friday at 6:30pm via Facebook live-streaming.
Monday 8:45 am: Morning Prayer – live streamed
Tuesday 8:45 am: Morning Prayer -live streamed
Wednesday 8:45 am: Morning Prayer – live streamed
6:30 pm: Holy Eucharist – live streamed
Thursday 8:45 am: Morning Prayer – live streamed
Friday 8:45 am: Morning Prayer – live streamed
6:30 pm: Stations of the Cross – live streamed
Sunday 9:00 am: Holy Eucharist – live streamed
Have a great week! You are being prayed for!