TO: All Members, Friends, Allies and Supporters of MCC San Antonio
FROM: Board of Servants
RE: Wearing of Masks
The CDC has issued new guidelines as of May 13, 2021, that allow for all those who have been fully vaccinated to no longer be required to wear face masks while in most indoor and outdoor settings. While this guideline is good news, it only applies to those who have received their full vaccinations and have waited the necessary two weeks afterwards.
As part of our ongoing commitment to the health and well-being of our church family, we will continue to require that all those attending Worship Service(s) at MCCSA must wear masks while in the building. In addition, we will continue requiring the taking of temperatures and the use of hand sanitizer. As part of our responsibility, we will also continue to sanitize all surfaces with disinfectant prior to and following each Service. We believe that these precautions are necessary and advisable as long as the possibility of infection remains.
We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 data information in San Antonio. While those numbers have decreased, they have not disappeared. We plan to re-visit our policies as these numbers change, prayerfully for the better.
As always, thank you for keeping us in your prayers as we work together to do the work that God has called us to do.
A gradual re-opening of MCCSA.The month of May is being celebrated as WELCOME HOME! Come and celebrate our church re-opening. There will be limited seating due to COVID restrictions.
Please sign up!
Click on the link below. We can't wait to see you!
Please join us in Celebration of Life for Keitha Marie Phillips.
Donations in honor of Keitha can be made to...
Metropolitan Community Church of San Antonio (MCCSA) Food Pantry
611 E. Myrtle
San Antonio, TX 78212
March 6, 2021 at 2:00pm
Celebration of Life Service
Vino en Verde
2351 Gruene Lake Drive
New Braunfels, TX 78130
March 22, 2021 at 10:45am
Fort Sam Houston National Cemetary
1520 Harry Wurzbach Rd/
San Antonio, TX 78209
The entire MCC San Antonio family would like to express our sincere, heartfelt condolences to our friend and colleague Deb Myers, Dignity San Antonio and the family of Nickie Valdez who entered eternal life on Christmas Day.
Nickie was a pioneer in the movement for equality for LGBTQ+ people in San Antonio as a co-founder of Dignity, a group that welcomes all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex Catholics, as well as anyone else wishing to attend.
Nickie was a tireless and dedicated advocate for our community and we are grateful for all that she has done for social justice and the rights of all our citizens.
She leaves a legacy of faith and a commitment to inclusion.
Thanks so much.
Love and Blessings