Social distancing is something that is smart in the crisis of Coronavirus/Covid-19. This morning my church decided not to gather in person but offered morning prayer online via YouTube as a way to keep our community connected during this season of Lent. Many houses of worship do this on a regular basis but for my church, this was something new and different. Typically we have music and communion that goes along with our mass but it was OK to forego those elements for a time.
Hopefully, we will be back together sometime during Holy Week and other things will return to normal as possible.
The Fourth Sunday Of Advent at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. Christmas is close. Peace of The Lord be with you.
Today is the second Sunday Of Advent celebrated at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.
Set your clocks back one hour before turning in tonight. Otherwise you will be early for stuff tomorrow which is not a bad thing.
Maundy Thursday is the day Christians remember Jesus gathered with the disciples in an upper room where he washed their feet and shared a meal with them the night before his trial and crucifixion. It’s a time of humility and reflection as well.