Message From Fr. Caleb

Jan 19, 2022 | Clergy Corner

Dear St. Paul’s Family,
Despite all of us being up to date on vaccinations and eligible boosters, a member of my family woke up this morning with a fever and sore throat and, has since, tested positive for COVID-19.  Under current CDC guidelines I am not required to quarantine but am to wear a well-fitted mask for 10 full days any time I am in public as well as avoid being around people who are at high risk.  I have consulted with the Senior Warden and Vestry. For the next ten days, and out of an abundance of caution, I will refrain from attending public worship, meetings, and corporate gatherings at St. Paul’s; all of which put me in direct contact with people who are considered to be high risk.  I want you to know that your health, safety, and peace of mind are priorities.
St. Paul’s is taking some additional precautions to prevent the ongoing spread of the Omicron variant.  On top of thoroughly cleaning the church, parish hall, and restrooms, our cleaning service will be fogging all areas of the building with a CDC approved disinfectant.  It is important for us all to do our part in preventing the spread.  Please wear a mask while at St. Paul’s.
We will continue to hold services and functions as usual, following CDC and Diocesan guidelines. 
Keep the faith!
Caleb +