“The people who walked in darkness
have seen a great light;
those who lived in a land of deep darkness—
on them light has shined.”
It is the day before Christmas Eve, and I write this with mixed feelings. In light of the surge of new Covid-19 cases, new public health orders, Trinity’s Council has decided to suspend all in-person worship services and events for the next several weeks, including Christmas Eve tomorrow night. Nevertheless, we are still worshipping as a faith community. I invite you to join us through our worship Livestreams, which you can access below, and through our website or directly on YouTube.
Tomorrow night’s Christmas Eve service will go live at 6:55 pm, streaming from the sanctuary. To access it directly, please follow this link:
Alternatively, you can link to it directly on YouTube:
Both of these will get you where you need to go. The first link will work for all future online services.
I know this is not what we expected or wanted. Still, in light of the transmissibility of the new Omicron variant, there is enough of a risk that we need to take this step. I understand we are tired of this, I certainly am, but everyone’s safety is of paramount importance. The most important thing to remember in these closing hours of Advent is that Jesus comes into our midst whether we worship in the same physical space or not. It means that no matter what, I can still sign off with this expression of hope: