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COVID 19 UPDATE
Our Redeemer leadership has kept current with and respected COVID safety protocols, CDC Guidelines, etc., throughout the pandemic. We rejoice that Nassau County has one of the highest vaccinations rates in NY State! We further celebrate that many of our members are now vaccinated!
• Vaccinated and Non-vaccinated persons, including children, mask wearing is now optional
• Sign-in upon entering is no longer necessary ("track and trace" is no longer happening in the State)
• Hand sanitization is available if desired
• Wine returns to Holy Communion - with individual disposable cups (only you will touch your cup)
• Singing has returned to Worship (and has been added back gradually)
• The maximum limit, or "top-out" number for participating worshipers has been lifted.
Thanks be to God for scientific advances, vaccinations, and the ability to return, gradually, to a sense of normalcy.
Looking forward to seeing your smiling faces in worship! Thank you!!
Pastor JOhn Hickey
On Father’s Day my son Micah and I joined my Aunt and Uncle at Citi Field to enjoy the Mets game. If you don’t already know, a little fun fact about me is that I am a die-hard Mets fan. Since I was a kid and throughout time living in the Midwest, I rarely miss a game on TV or the radio. So, of course, I will jump at the chance to go see them in person. They lost. Only game they lost that series against the Marlins I was in attendance. Ugh. Confession time. The Mets record when I am in attendance, well, it’s not good. I’m glad I don’t believe in jinx’s or else I’d stop going. In my office I have MLB bobbleheads from different stadiums I’ve been too. A personal goal of mine is to visit every MLB stadium and complete my collection. Underneath each bobblehead I write the score of the game. Many of the stadiums I’ve been to I’ve seen the Mets play. Only 2 represent wins by the Mets. Other than that: all L’s. Some heartbreakers including a 24-4 loss in DC. But, also, next to each bobblehead is a photo of the family and friends that I went to the game with. When I look at those bobbleheads I’m not reminded of all the Mets losses I’ve seen or the rare win, but I’m reminded of the relationships with the people closest to me. That is what is most important in life and what I am most thankful for. I’m not saying I don’t care that they win or lose, because I do. I know I will see the Mets win the World Series one day (this October, probably). But it the midst of the wins and losses it is important to not lose focus of the relationships we have with others.
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