Our church has not had in-person services since early March. Our building is closed except for specifically approved groups to meet, and there are strict limitations, cleaning procedures and accessibility requirements.I've reached the point where churches that insist on meeting in-person during this are a red flag to me.
Sounds like you’re Lutheran.Our church has not had in-person services since early March. Our building is closed except for specifically approved groups to meet, and there are strict limitations, cleaning procedures and accessibility requirements.
There have been a handful of Sundays when a socially-distanced outdoor service has been held on a grassy area. Attendees bring their own lawn chairs and wear masks. Occasionally prepackaged communion packs are distributed at the end.
We have not been to any of those, and last week I mentioned in an online meeting for a church committee I'm on that I will not be back immediately whenever we do reopen the building for services (will be 2021) and I honestly don't know when I will go back.
We do have Sunday Facebook live service, and recorded ones on our church website and YouTube channel. Our church has a Reopening Team and based on results of a survey sent to the congregation, the no-open decision was made in August.
We're acting on the "first do no harm" principle and that's just fine with me.
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I stay away from chainsaws cause amateur and hire pros. Not ******* with them but if I did......Used the chainsaw to hem my pants today. Luckily that's as deep as it got. Darn kick back.
I was visiting my parents last week, and sleeping in the basement. I came upstairs one morning and Mom asked if I'd seen a mouse downstairs. I hadn't. Apparently she opened a drawer in the kitchen and one jumped out and ran down into the basement. I checked in yesterday, but they've trapped nothing so far.Well evidently mouse migration 2020 is underway. Caught 2 last nite time to check all the traps and make sure there is fresh bait on all of them.