8 & 10 a.m. In-person Worship:
Join with the community of St. Paul's Natick as we gather for our Sunday morning for Eucharistic Liturgies.
At 8:00 a.m. we have a (typically) smaller worship service with no music.
At 10:00 a.m. we gather for Eucharist with our adult (and sometimes youth) choir for a service with music. This service is also live-streamed!
In line with the guidance from the Diocese, the CDC, and Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the regathering committee encourages individuals to wear a mask when indoors at St. Paul’s if they have a weakened immune system, or if they are at increased risk for severe disease because of age or an underlying medical condition, or if someone in their household has a weakened immune system, or is at increased risk for severe disease. We also suggest that if you have been a Covid-19 close contact, have any cold symptoms, or have been traveling during the week leading up to a Sunday morning, you would consider masking for the sake of others. We encourage each parishioner and visitor to St. Paul’s to do what feels right to them, for their own health and for the health of others around them. We recognize many people are comfortable without a mask, and others prefer or need to continue to wear a mask, and we support and welcome people to make their own choices on wearing a mask right now.
Hand sanitizers will still be readily available in the pews and its use is strongly encouraged. We have a space set up where those who prefer further distancing can be spread out every-other-pew. If you feel ill at all or have been exposed to someone with COVID, please join us online instead of in person.