Join us Sunday!

Holy Eucharist & Sunday School 10am

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The Episcopal Church in the City of Euclid

MAY 30 2021

OUR IN-PERSON SERVICES RESUME THIS SUNDAY!

Weather permitting, we will gather on the lawn. In case of rain, we will be in the church with all windows open.

Out of respect for our "mixed-immunity community", masks and social distancing continue to be expected.

Communion will be distributed in one kind (the Bread).

We may sing a hymn or two (masks on, please)!

Join us at 10am Sunday. Please bring your own lawn chair if you can. Traveling coffee cups and dogs welcome on the lawn.

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Worship will continue to be livestreamed on FACEBOOK LIVE and available via conference call on Sundays at 10am. Contact the office for call-in instructions.

Services are posted to YOUTUBE a little later.

If you have need of prayer or other support, please call the office at 216 731 1316.

Our food pantry remains open Mondays 10-12.

Call the church office, 216 731 1316, for updates on other meetings and services.

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FAITH IN THE CITY, EUCLID

A joint statement of faith and community leaders in the city of Euclid against racism:

In the name of God who created each of us in the divine image and placed breath within us:

We lament, mourn, and decry the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and the many others whose full human life was denied to them by violence, police brutality, and racism.

We affirm that Black lives matter.

Where any of us has failed to fully support the lives of our brothers, sisters, and siblings of color, we repent.

We covenant to work together to address the scourge of racism and its legacy of systemic violence.

We defy the ever-present danger that threatens to divide us from seeing the divine image in one another, using all of the God-given gifts at our disposal, from prayer to peaceful protest, civic engagement to community conversation and conversion.

With God’s help, we will love one another righteously and rightly, until the kingdom come.