All Saints' Sunday

 

 

 
November 1, 2020

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1 November All Saints Sunday

 


— PARISH NOTICES —

 

We will begin offering Holy Eucharist This Morning. Diocesan and state health guidelines prevail. Please observe the procedures listed below, and as always, thank you for observing these protocols, which is an expression of your care for everyone in the Parish family.


AT THE TIME FOR COMMUNION:

 

¨ Only the Host (Bread) will be distributed; not wine

 

¨ Please approach the Altar in SINGLE FILE from the Center aisle only, not the side aisles

 

¨ Observe Social Distancing in the aisle by using the pew markers for vacant pews

 

¨ Communicants should sanitize their hands before receiving the host. You may use your own, or a bottle is placed at the head of the aisle

 

¨ The Host will be placed in the palm of each Communicant, not on the tongue

 

¨ Please return to your seat, by way of the side aisles

 

¨ Remove your mask to take the Host, then replace the mask for the remainder of the service

 

Please also remember, per the mandates of the State of New York and

The Episcopal Diocese of Long Island:

  • Face Masks are required to be worn by all in attendance at all times. (We have a supply on hand, if you forgot yours.)
  • Physical Distancing of 6 feet must be maintained at all times, and pews are marked for that purpose.
  • Check in upon arrival, and if your name is not in the data base, please provide your NAME, E-MAIL ADDRESS, AND TELEPHONE NUMBER for Contact Tracing.

  • One-time use paper bulletins are provided, and must be taken away by the user. Please be sure to take yours with you, and don’t leave it behind in the pew or in the Narthex.
  • Please place your offering in one of the Offering Plates near the Altar before the service begins. If you came in late, please place it in the plate immediately following the service.

Until further notice, all Day-by-Day booklets and sign-up sheets will be kept in the office. To pick up a tract, or sign up for anything, including memorial flowers, please ask Mark or Brian, or on Sundays, an usher.


Bible Study Continues: Tuesdays at 10:30am in the Lounge and Sundays at 9am in the Lounge. Bring your bible and a mask! All are invited.

 

There will be another Parish Clean-up day on Saturday, November 7, from 9 - 11am. Please let Lisa Hallett know if you can help!

 

The ladies of the Thrift Cottage have asked that no Donations be made until further notice. They are in the midst of reorganizing for an opening at a later date.

 

Christmas is a lot closer than you might think, and two ministries in the Diocese are already gearing up for the season! Knitters and Crocheters who will create items for the Seamen’s Church Institute’s “Christmas at Sea” program are asked to bring them to St. Peter’s no later than November 22, and Joan Derle will see that they are delivered to the Cathedral by December 2, the drop-off date. The SCI/CAS director requested the knitters to kindly add gift tags to their items this year to reduce time spent working at the center.  They can mail gift tags per request, or can use any gift tag. Also, those who participate in the Adopt-a-Family program for St. John’s Episcopal Hospital may check details online at ehs.org/giving/hospital-auxiliary.

 

St. Peter’s is now hosting several Support Groups in addition to Volleyball Clubs and two Soccer Clinics. Our two long-standing AA groups continue to meet on Monday and Friday evenings. New groups now meeting are Al-Anon on Friday mornings at 10am and Sunday evenings at 7pm, and a new support group for heroin addiction, also meeting on Sunday evenings. Please contact Megan via the hotline: 631-210-6297 or www.halongisland.org if interested in joining the HA group. Call the parish office if interested in attending the AA or Al-Anon groups for contact information.


 

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November 1

 



Welcome To St. Peter’s!

First Sunday back

Please place your offering in one of the Offering Plates near the Altar before the service begins. If you came in late, please place it in the plate immediately following the service.

Please also remember, per the mandates of the State of New York and the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island:

  • Face Masks are required to be worn by all in attendance at all times. (We have a supply on hand, if you forgot yours.)
  • Physical Distancing of 6 feet must be maintained at all times, and pews are marked for that purpose.
  • One-time use paper bulletins will be provided, and must be taken away by the user. Please be sure to take yours with you, and don’t leave it behind or in the Narthex.
  • Check in upon arrival, and if your name is not in the data base, please provide your NAME, E-MAIL ADDRESS, AND TELEPHONE NUMBER for Contact Tracing.

 

Weekdays:

 

Parish Office is open Monday through Friday 9:30 am until 2 pm.

 

A warm welcome will greet you at St. Peter's!



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