On Sunday, November 15, at 1:00 p.m., St Peter’s will offer an outdoor service of Holy Eucharist on 7th Street beside the church. Registration for this service is required by completing this form. The service will be limited capacity and will require safety precautionary measures in accordance with Phase Two of the Diocese of North Carolina guidelines. Note that if you are unable to attend or if registration reaches capacity, additional opportunities are currently being planned. Even if you addended the first 7th Street Eucharist, you may sign up!
The registration form is for individuals and not households. Thus, the number of slots available represents the number of individuals. Households will need to increase the quantity when registering based on total household members attending or register each member separately.
For questions related to registration or worship at St Peter’s, please contact Chase Branham, Vestry Liaison for Worship & Music (email@example.com), or a member of the clergy.
Before deciding if you should attend the 7th Street Eucharist, please note the following important guidelines:
— All attendees must wear a mask or face covering at all times. Hand sanitizer will be available, however, we encourage you to bring your own in order to limit the surfaces you touch
— Attendees must maintain a distance of at least eight feet between family units.
— Bring your own lawn chair. If you do not have a lawn chair, we will have folding chairs available for your use.
— Screen yourself and members of your household before attending. If you are at high risk of severe illness from COVID-19, have recently traveled, or have any of the following symptoms, please do not register for this service.
— 7th Street will be closed between Tryon Street and the entrance to the TransAmerica parking garage. You may enter the parking garage on 8th Street or 7th Street, accessing 7th from Church Street.
— Follow-up tickets will be available for exiting the parking garage without payment.
— For those who are trained as ushers or lectors, note the need for volunteers when you register.
— Holy Eucharist will be administered in one-kind (bread only), in a safe, sanitary, and sacred manner. Gluten-free Eucharist will also be available.
We look forward to worshiping with you!