This Sunday at St. Mary's
The Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
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The service will be led from the sanctuary and elsewhere by worship and music leaders, and streamed to the off-campus congregation over Zoom, Facebook, and Twitch.
The preacher this Sunday will be the Rev. Dawn Allen-Herron
Music for this service will be by the Praise Singers
O God, you have taught us to keep all your commandments by loving you and our neighbor: Grant us the grace of your Holy Spirit, that we may be devoted to you with our whole heart, and united to one another with pure affection; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.
2 Kings 5:1-1
Luke 10:1-11, 16-20
Ways to Worship
Whether you live in Anchorage, elsewhere in Alaska, or in another state or country, we warmly invite you to join us each Sunday on Zoom, Facebook Live, or Twitch, or in the sanctuary on our church campus at Tudor and Lake Otis.
A few important notes:
- For the safety of all parishioners, especially those unable to be vaccinated, all those over two years old who are gathered on the church campus are to wear masks (except worship leaders while they are reading aloud), and to be symptom-free. Masks are available in the narthex as you enter the main church building.
- We are not providing childcare in the nursery at this time. The newly redecorated "Wiggle Room", from which the service can be seen and heard, is available for those with small children. To help protect these youngest members of our congregation, persons 16 and older must be vaccinated to use the Wiggle Room.
- We are not limiting on-campus gathering capacity or requiring that parishioners sign in for contact tracing, so please choose the attendance option that is safest and best for you and your loved ones.
- Those attending services via Zoom who have their cameras on will be visible to the on-campus congregation; on-campus or online, you are a full participant and full member of our congregation, and your presence is important.
- There are cameras and a monitor screen at the rear of the sanctuary, above the prayer votives; those attending on campus may turn around to greet those attending via Zoom at the Passing of the Peace. Seats on the far right of the sanctuary (near the southeast windows) are not visible to these cameras.
As we enter the third year of this pandemic, we may feel a range of emotions, from hope and promise to concern and uncertainty and discomfort. This is all normal. Give yourselves grace, and come as you are.
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