Requirements for attending a
live worship service at St. Timothy’s

Based on the guidelines of the Diocese during reopening stage 1B of the Coronavirus pandemic in North Carolina, and in compliance with the state and CDC guidelines, Fr. Jim and the Vestry ask that you follow these rules so that we can do our part to protect ourselves and others from becoming infected and spreading the virus.

When Wilson County reaches a 14-day rolling average of 6.5% or below, we can move into Stage B.  Stage B allows us to hold indoor worship of up to 50 participants.

We ask that once you have attended a service you wait until everyone has had a chance to attend before signing up again.

Instructions for attending a live Sunday worship service.

SIGN UP

  1. Before calling Theresa, our Parish Administrator, during regular office hours you must be able to answer YES to the screening questionnaire posted on our website (click here). 
  2. Each person attending the service must have their own reservation by name unless you are calling for your family members.
  3. You must call the parish during office hours (Mon-Thur 9am-5pm, Fri 9am-12pm) and speak directly to Theresa (no voice messages or email requests).
  4. Theresa will ask pre-screening questions before a reservation is confirmed.
  5. A greeter will have the guest list to confirm attendees as they arrive on Sunday.
  6. When allowable reservations fill up for the week your name will be placed on a cancelation list.  You will be called no later than Friday morning if a cancellation occurs and you are cleared to attend the service.
  7. You can only make a reservation for one week at a time.  We request that you wait a few weeks before signing up again so as to allow everyone a chance to attend.

ATTENDING

  1. The service will be held in the north parking lot.  The Goldsboro Street entrance will be blocked to cars. Entrance to the service area is “one way” thru the back south-east parking lot.  Do not enter from Goldsboro Street.
  2. The service will start at 10:30am so plan on arriving 10-15 minutes early.
  3. Bring your own seating and mask.  Masks will be provided if you do not have one. Your nose and mouth must be covered.
  4. Please follow 6 foot distancing the whole time you are on church property and wear a mask.
  5. The entrance station to the service area will be between the Carriage House and the Rector’s office. A Greeter will confirm attendees on the guest list. After affirming the screening questions you will be admitted to the service. Use the hand sanitizer before you enter. (There will be hand sanitizer stations, however, we advise bringing your own.)
  6. Print your own order of service from the website (click here) or bring a BCP.
  7. Unfortunately, at this time, no group singing is allowed indoors or outdoors.

Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost – October 18, 2020
Celebrate the Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost with this Worship On Demand liturgy from
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Wilson, NC. The Rev. James G. Reed as Celebrant and Preacher,
John Crudup as reader, and Dexter Ruffin as organist.

Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost – October 11, 2020
Celebrate the Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost with this Worship On Demand liturgy from
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Wilson, NC. The Rev. James G. Reed as Celebrant and Preacher,
Pat Williams as reader, and Dexter Ruffin as organist.

Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost – October 04, 2020
Celebrate the Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost with this Worship On Demand liturgy from St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Wilson, NC. The Rev. James G. Reed as Celebrant and Preacher, Pat Williams as reader, and Dexter Ruffin as organist. The readings are Exodus 20:1-4, 7-9, 12-20, Psalm 19, Philippians 3:4b-14, and Matthew 21:33-46. To follow along in the bulletin click here.

Click here for links to previous Worship On Demand liturgy.


 

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where fellowship, outreach, and service define our activities.