Over the past year and a half our worlds have been turned upside down with the pandemic. We were running worship in ways we never even could have imagined and worrying about safety in ways we never had to before. But with the newest guidelines from the CDC and the state of Connecticut, we are now beginning to return to worship as we have previously known it.
We have lifted our mask mandate for those who are vaccinated as per the CDC regulations. We welcome all to come join us as we pray, sing, hear the word of God, and worship together. All are welcome to just come. If you have any questions you can call the church office at 203-261-2527 and as always, the link for zoom worship is on the church website www.eastonchurch.org . With some renewed energy, we would like to invite the public to join us for some of our upcoming activities.
- June 15 and every third Tuesday of the month will be providing food for the Bridgeport Rescue Mission. We are always welcoming of anyone who would like to cook and drop off food at the church for this activity. Please check out the church website: http://www.eastonchurch.org/?p=4441&preview=true for more information or call the church office at 203-261-2527.
- June 20, Father’s Day, outside worship at 10 a.m. We will be meeting on the church lawn for outside worship. It is a bring your own chair event. Come attend and feel the community and enjoy the beauty of the world around us. In case of rain, this will be moved inside, http://www.eastonchurch.org/2021/06/09/june-20th-outdoor-worship-for-fathers-day/
- June 29 at noon we will be co-sponsoring a Medicare Fraud Presentation with the Easton Public Library. Please check out our website for more information and to sign up: http://www.eastonchurch.org/2021/06/09/join-us-for-a-presentation-on-medicare-fraud/. This is a virtual zoom presentation so if you do not feel comfortable with computers please contact the church office at 203-261-2527 and reserve a spot in our hall to watch it together with us.
- In August we will be doing a Coffee and Theology reading of the popular book “The Plague” by Albert Camus. We will be reading this book like a book club and pointing out the way theology has influenced the writer and the plot of the story. Keep an eye out for more information to come on this as we get closer to August.