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Today's bulletin and this week's devotionals can be found at the following link: bit.ly/StMarksJune062021

Masks.

We’ve come a long, long way.

Starting today, May 16th, in accordance with CDC guidance, St. Mark’s will no longer require masks to be worn. You are encouraged to wear a mask for your own safety if you are not yet fully vaccinated. Any person wishing to continue wearing a mask should feel free and encouraged to do so.

On Wednesday evening, May 12th, St. Mark’s Council decided to no longer require masks beginning Sun. June 6th. After the CDC’s update on Thursday, we had an e-mail vote on Friday to move it up and adopt the above recommendation. The vote was unanimous.

If you didn’t catch the CDC update on Thursday, you can find the transcript here or the video at the youtube link:

Transcript – https://pastebin.com/di4iB0yv
Video (3 min) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcQwAssTx3g

Again, masks will no longer be required. If you wish to wear a mask, I encourage you to do so. It’s OK. I hope you feel safe and comfortable here at your church home. If you have not received a vaccine or are not yet passed the 2-week window after your vaccine, according to the CDC guidance you are encouraged to continue to wear a mask for your own safety.

Thank you so, so much for your diligence in protecting yourselves, one another, and our community. It is, in part, because of your diligence that we are able to begin to move beyond “all this.” Thank you for loving your neighbors.

– Pastor Steven.


This week’s Bulletin, Scripture Readings, Bible Studies, and Devotions can be found here: http://bit.ly/StMarksMay302021