Pastor Rick's Letter to the Congregation,
April, 2022

It’s April, and we transition from the introspection of Lent, to the poignancy of Holy Week, and on to the glorious reawakening of Easter! We are also transitioning back to on-site services that will be live-streamed for those who cannot attend in person, followed by time for socializing with one another in person and via Zoom. This is a wonderful opportunity made possible in large part to the efficacy of the vaccines and boosters. It’s exciting to be able to be together again!

At the last meeting of the Board of Trustees the following protocols were established for attending in person:

Vaccination is required, if you attend you are attesting that you are fully vaccinated.
We only allow for exceptions with prior notification and proof of a negative covid test no more than 24 hours prior to the start of the service.
Masks are highly recommended.
If you are experiencing any covid symptoms please take good care of yourself, stay home and rest.
We will be able to provide Sunday School for children IF given at least one week’s notice.

We have two links: one for the 10:30 service, and another for the 11:30 social time. The Youtube link to the service is not interactive, but the social time following the service will be via Zoom and will allow for conversation between on-site attendees and virtual participants.  If you'd like to join the Zoom conversation, please email me and I will send you the link.

Click on the following link:
At the end of the service, in order to join the social time Zoom, you will need to log out of Youtube, then click on the Zoom link that you've received from me.

This is a work in progress, so please be patient with us and with yourself as we work things out together. This
Sunday we welcome special musical guests the CARMEL VALLEY SINGERS!

Look forward to seeing you!

Your partner in our shared ministry,

Rev. Rick Yramategui