Planned regathering this weekend, Aug1-2, has been postponed to a later date
By Chuck Gibson
LOVELAND/MIAMI TWP., OH (July 31,2020)- Epiphany United Methodist Church (EUMC) Senior Pastor Rev. Kathy Currier announced earlier this week plans to regather for in-person services this weekend, August 1-2, have been postponed to ensure the health and safety of members and staff during the pandemic.
EUMC Pastor Rev. Kathy Currier in a still shot from video posted on their Facebook page Monday, July 27. (Chuck Gibson)
“We’re not meeting in person this weekend,” said Currier. “We’re going to continue online.”
A message currently displaying on the electronic sign out in front of EUMC indicates a tentative plan to regather the weekend of August 22-23. On a very creative video posted to the EMUC Facebook Page, Currier says they’ll be back in person in a few weeks. From the start, she, and all the stafff, have stated clearly they would be consciously cautious in plans to return to in-person services.
Rev. Currier has never waivered from the position of placing the health and safety of the EUMC faith family first. Even when the decision is made to return in-person, she assures everyone all procedures and protocols will be in place to meet the guidelines set by the Bishops of the United Methodis Church and the governing parties. She outlined those procedures and plans in a recent interview for this previous Loveland Beacon story on EUMC’s plans to return.
Epiphnay United Methodist Church in Loveland, Ohio (FILE)