Since the Franklin County Board of Health lifted its Stay-at-Home pandemic advisory, Holy Trinity has resumed in-person worship with a single service at 9:30am on Sundays. Since pivoting in November to online worship only, we’ve built a regular following of more than 100 views at the same time each week. We hope to maintain and even extend that sense of community with everyone worshiping at the same time whether at church, at home or on the road. We have a safe-distanced seating capacity in the sanctuary of 100 persons, and we’ll add another worship time once we approach that number of worshippers.
We celebrate Holy Communion on Sunday mornings now that the community is gathered together. We also serve communion in the parking lot after each service for any who would like to drive up to receive it that way.
All other Holy Trinity ministry groups can decide for themselves whether to meet in-person or remotely going forward. Please contact Pastor Steve with any questions about getting access to the building. The same pandemic-safe protocols for facial coverings and safe distance continue to apply for all activities at the church.