St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Mt. Lebanon has held first parish face-to-face service in 15 months – CBS Pittsburgh
MT. LEBANON (KDKA) – As restrictions on COVID-19 ease across the state, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is holding its first in-person service in 15 months.
This will be the Church’s first full face-to-face service since the pandemic began.
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St. Pauls Episcopal Church has one of the largest congregations of local episcopal churches.
According to the diocese, it is too big to gather safely in the church. Therefore, they gather in Peterswood Park in Peters Township for their ministry.
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This will allow as many people as possible to gather.
Since it is Pentecost Sunday, the symbol of a dove is used in the church, so that doves are released during the service.
In this setting, the CDC recommends that fully vaccinated individuals do not need to wear masks. However, it is recommended that unvaccinated individuals wear masks.
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The service begins on Sunday at 10.45 a.m.