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Since we cannot meet in person, we are bringing church to you. We hope you will join us for live worship each Sunday on Facebook at 11:00 a.m. The service is recorded, so you can watch it any time.


"My Dear Friends in Christ,
After much thought, prayer and discussion among our parish leadership, I am happy to announce our next step in beginning the process of re-opening the church to public worship once again.

All of us eagerly look forward to the day that our church will once again open its doors for public worship, where we can "sing the songs of Zion," hear the Word of God, receive the Sacrament and fellowship with each other. While this is our eventual goal, accomplishing this result will be the final stage of a careful, gradual plan. Each step of the way, we will seek the Lord's guidance and help, because we know that "the steps of a righteous man are ordered by the Lord." (Psalm 37:23)

Starting Sunday, June 7th - the Feast of the Holy Trinity - we will begin our journey towards resuming public worship together. On that day, our services will be livestreamed at 8:30 AM and 11:00 AM. (The scope and nature of our ministry has been permanently changed in this respect - from this point forward, we will livestream worship every Sunday, since it increases the audience for our services and provides a useful tool for seekers and homebound parishioners alike!) During each liturgy, we will invite you to arrive at the church in your vehicle, find a parking space (attendants will be there to assist you) and watch the livestream on your phone, tablet or other wireless device.

At the conclusion of the liturgy, I will come to the porte-cochere and, assisted by lay ministers, I will administer the Eucharist and a Pastoral Blessing to each household present, vehicle by vehicle. In keeping with the protocols established by the College of Bishops of the Anglican Church in North America, we will administer the Sacrament in one kind (bread only). We understand that communion in one kind is a full and complete communion and an ample participation in the Body and Blood of Christ. I am committed to offering you the option of sharing in the Cup as soon as our Bishops give permission for me to do so.

In addition, we will be using gluten-free wafers for the foreseeable future. This is because these wafers are individually pre-wrapped and thus minimize the risk of transmitting infection.

We will be issuing procedural guidelines for the safety and well-being of the congregation, as well as training volunteer teams to help implement this plan. Our goal is to facilitate worship that glorifies God, edifies the people of God and protects the health of our community. In short, we are proceeding in a way that honors and respects the whole person- body, soul and spirit!

As always, it is my privilege to serve you during this period of time. May the Lord bless you and keep you during the days ahead.

Yours in Christ,

Father Bob"



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May 31, 2020


Transformation Anglican Church

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Rockwall, TX 75032


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