This Sunday we will continue to worship in the sanctuary as well as online. It is Trinity Sunday, a time to explore the mystery of the nature of God knowing that, as always, the answers will elude us. Kristine Pacheco-Bernt will join us again as guest musician. Julie Sommers is our liturgist.
For those of you who are coming in person, here is what to expect:
Please arrive early
We will need to check people in. It won't take long, especially if you have RSVP'd.
Wear a mask and plan on social distancing
Seats are marked by red dots and the usher will guide you to your seat. You probably won't get to sit in the pew you are accustomed to as the seating is arranged specifically to keep people 6 feet apart.
One person in the restroom at a time.
The outer door to the restroom will be open. When you go in, shut the outer door to indicate it is in use. When you leave the restroom, prop the door open again.
Please socialize on the patio after the worship service
It will be great to catch up with each other. Try to maintain distance and keep your masks on. We will not have refreshments after worship for now, but hope to reinstate that in the near future. Do not congregate in the sanctuary.
For our online audience, you can download the bulletin below and join us in our responsive readings and sing along with us as well. We are glad that you are with us!
Kristine Pacheco-Bernt is a professional violinist, arts administrator, and music educator motivated to make instrumental music relevant within the community. Raised at the intersection of mariachi and Mozart, she draws upon over a decade of performing and teaching experience. Kristine strongly believes in the power of creative youth development through music and is proud to bring her perspective and skills to the non-profit arts sector. Kristine holds a Master’s degree in violin performance from San Francisco State University and dual Bachelor degrees in Music and Premedical Studies from University of California Berkeley. She performs regularly throughout the central coast with the San Luis Obispo Symphony, the Santa Barbara Symphony, and the Santa Maria Philharmonic. She devotes her spare time to playing board games with her husband and spoiling her pug, Hilda.
For May 30
RSVP for In-Person Worship
For tomorrow, Sunday, May 30,we will ask that people continue to RSVP so we can keep a count on the number of people coming. You can RSVP by filling out this online form, or emailing the office at firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling the office at 805-967-6327. Please let us know your name, the names of the people in your party, and a contact phone number.
Zoom Coffee Hour
St. Andrew’s is inviting you to a Zoom Coffee Hour…
This Sunday we will continue the series, “GOD & IMPERIAL POWER: Jesus & Economic Injustice” with a question-and-answer segment from the event about the first two lectures by Dr. Crossan and Professor Rieger. There are many interesting questions including about Jesus’ family’s economic circumstances, how we understand the saying that “Jesus is the only way,” the nature of resistance to the Roman Empire, the status of Jews in the Roman Empire and others. Please Join us Sunday right after Coffee Hour at 11 AM on Zoom!