Gathered Worship Update

February 21, 2021

Church News, Community Ministry

In-person Worship Update:

In-person worship continues this week!  Over the last month the COVID-19 infection rate and new numbers of infections in Somerset County have been on a steady decline.  In order to keep up this positive momentum, masks will be required while in the building, including during worship.  We will also be practicing social distancing, so please find a row with a bow.   I look forward to continuing our Lenten journey together on-line and in-person.  In the spirit of Lent, let us work together by sharing the responsibility of stopping the spread of COVID-19.  By showing up for in-person worship you are covenanting with the your fellow worshippers to mask and social distance while we are gathered together.  The in-person service will begin at 9:30am along with the online worship options on Facebook and YouTube.  Telephone worship continues to be offered at 11am.


Pastor Matt  


Pastor Matt  

Here are our worship opportunities for the week ahead:

Gathered Worship (in-person).  Sunday morning at 9:30am.  Masks covering the mouth and nose are required.  We will be practicing social distancing, so please sit in a row with a bow.  

Worship by Telephone.  We are very pleased to announce a toll-free worship option.  The toll-free conference call number is 1-844-855-4444.  The automated service will then ask for your access code or PIN.  Please enter: 512013#.  The audio service will begin at 11:00am. 

Online.  This Sunday’s Service streaming live on the church’s Facebook page and YouTube at 9:30am.  You can find the church’s YouTube channel by searching for St. Paul’s UCC Somerset in the YouTube search bar.  The streamed service will be available on demand on both digital platforms following its streaming at 9:30am.  (This service is pre-recorded but is streamed as live for the online community.)


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