From the Priest in Charge: Resources & Ways to be 'Together' in these 'physical distance' and Difficult Times
St. Alban's and the Coronavirus
While we continue to be conscious of the anxieties caused by the spread of Coronavirus and all those affected by it: those who are ill and those who tend them; those working to increase our understanding of the disease; those organizing responses; for those giving information and advice, we also continue to pray that voices of calm wisdom and good sense will guide us through fear and keep us caring, compassionate and connected. It may seem like we are living in the Twilight Zone - perhaps we are - however - here is the latest from St. Alban's, St. Pete Beach.
Regretfully, we will not be worshiping together until the stay home, stay safe mandate is ended.
1. On Sundays, we can worship together in spirit. At 10:00 am open the Worship service bulletin - we'll all be following along together.
2. Don't forget that we have a Facebook page - conversations can take place on this page. St. Alban's Episcopal Church, St. Pete Beach, Florida
3. We all need to have 'buddies or gal pals' to check in with each day - especially those of us who live alone. If you do not have a relative or pal - you can email me [email protected] to let me know how you are - I'll respond. Promise. In a health emergency call me 727-744-3785. I'll call you back. If you know of someone who does not receive email (this newsletter) please let them know what we are doing.
4. We have updated our Community Prayers to include everyone listed in the 2020 Directory. It is in a PDF form. You can click on it and use or download it. You can always add names of those for whom you wish to pray.