Worshiping in the Barn - Going Forward Every Sunday - Your Feedback Wanted! 
27/10/20, 06:00 PM


Yesterday we held our first Divine Liturgy in the barn. You can find pictures here:

PICTURES FROM SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2020

Overall things went well thank God! And to all who worked so hard, and those who were so flexible in our new space: THANK YOU! We tend to like the habitual nature of church: the Liturgy is essentially always the same(ish) each Sunday. That gives us comfort. But when we move to a new setting it is different and that is not easy. If you recall, this is just how we felt when we moved outside for Divine Liturgy in the spring. But we got used to that. The same will be the case in the barn. After a few weeks we will become comfortable with worship there as well. But we want your feedback! Please tell us how we can do this better! Yes it was a little cold. We are working on a better way to utilize the heat sources we have and to keep your feet warm. There were probably other things that we need to change or could do better too. Tell us what you think! Use this form to provide feedback:

BARN WORSHIP FEEDBACK

WHY ARE WE CEMENTING THE BARN FLOOR? Because we need a place to worship as a parish family for the rest of the pandemic. Meeting outside is no longer practical, and meeting in the church proper is WAY TOO SMALL with physical distancing requirements!

Make a donation to help cover the cost of the cement floor here:

HELP US CREATE WINTER WORSHIP SPACE!

Of course, you are welcome to use Tithe.ly or PayPal or any other method to donate you can find options on our parish Donate page:

ST. VLADIMIR DONATE PAGE

Our corporate worship is the MOST IMPORTANT THING we do as a parish family. We hope that everyone can make a donation to help offset the cost of the floor. Every little bit helps! Participate in this family project with your TIME (more work days are coming), TREASURE (visit the link above), or TALENT (more work days are coming)! May the Lord reward you in this life and the next for your care for His Church!

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