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Update: June 4, 2:38pm

As we round out another week of the "new normal," involving masks and sanitizer and social distancing, we add another layer to our already complicated situations. The current unrest around the country contributes to our feelings of uncertainty. For some it may add an element of fear. For others anger. For others, still, an awakening. 

In his statement earlier this week, Fr. Lee called on all of us to remember our baptismal vows, saying" is time for the church to wake up, speak up, show up." This is what we're called to do. To see Christ in others, and more importantly be Christ to others.

We are aware that all the current stressors and uncertainties of life lead people to look for normalcy. Some shred of how things used to be. We know so many of you are eager to return to in-person worship, as are we. So, we're working toward our eventual re-opening every day. There's a little buzz in the building with painting, and sorting, and cleaning, as well as the installation of our new cooling tower. The church building is coming back to life.

As you are probably aware by now, Bishop Ed and Bishop Coadjutor Poulson have given permission for an