Feast Day of St Gregory COMMUNION Sunday, September 6th
We will celebrate the Feast Day of our Patron Saint, St. Gregory the Great on Sunday, September 6th! To honor this feast, we will celebrate Communion together (though not physically). We will worship together via Zoom (and FB Live) at 10am as usual – but instead of Morning Prayer, we will be celebrating the Eucharist. We will complete the worship through the invitation to Communion. Then instead of coming to the altar rail, we will either drive through to get the Sacrament, or have it delivered to our doorstep. Don’t consume it yet!
Once everyone has the Sacrament in their home, we will resume our worship at 2pm together to consume the Sacrament and complete our worship service.
Eucharist is about the Body of Christ on earth coming together to worship and receive the Body of Christ in bread and wine. We believe that one bread and one cup are the symbols (then actually the real presence) of Jesus Christ. Therefore, we need to all be together to consecrate the one bread and wine, and then receive it together so we can be sent forth (nurtured and transformed) to share Christ with the world.
You must reserve Sacrament ahead of time so we can safely package and prepare it for you to receive. We will also need many people to help deliver the sacrament (to doorsteps for contact-free delivery) to those who need to have it brought to them. To sign up for Sacrament and/or volunteer, please go here: https://forms.gle/5z5YLavjxyH3hfKL8