St. Paul's COVID-19 Guidelines
St. Paul's currently has no mandatory restrictions in place for those attending services, as has been recommended from our Bishop. However, we continue to ask that you follow these guidelines while worshiping with us:
  • Respect Others’ Preferences. Some individuals may be caring for individuals with health conditions or be immunocompromised, others may be risk averse for other reasons. As well, we wish to care for those around us. Please graciously respect the preferences of others.

  • Know Current Restrictions and Guidelines. If you have tested positive for Covid, please stay home and follow public health guidelines, you may still be legally required to isolate.

  • Symptoms. If you have new or worsening symptoms (Cough, Sore Throat, Fever, Shortness of Breath, Loss of Taste or Smell), please do not attend church.

  • Support. If you are suffering from an infection with COVID-19 and require support, please contact the office.

  • Consider Masking. St. Paul’s encourages masking for anyone who wishes to safeguard against infection, although masks are not mandatory. 

  • Physical Distancing. St. Paul’s still encourages physical distancing for anyone that wishes to safeguard against infection, although it is no longer required for those in attendance.

  • Vaccine/Booster. Government and health authorities strongly recommend that all eligible individuals get their vaccination or booster for COVID-19 to mitigate serious outcomes from the virus and to reduce the spread of infections. 

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