Missionary Shirt Change?

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moksha
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Re: Missionary Shirt Change?

Post by moksha » Tue Jun 16, 2020 10:02 pm

FiveFingerMnemonic wrote:
Tue Jun 16, 2020 6:17 am
Yes, gloves and masks, spacing for the cups in the trays, separate tray for cup disposal, spacing for the bread pieces on trays, empty benches in between members so the deacon could pass to everyone individually. It was pretty extensive. Wipes were provided to members to wipe down benches when the meeting concluded.

Once a month, 30 minutes in duration, split up by alphabet into smaller groups.
Sounds as though a lot of thought went into this arrangement.
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Re: Missionary Shirt Change?

Post by 2bizE » Wed Jun 17, 2020 8:36 pm

FiveFingerMnemonic wrote:
Tue Jun 16, 2020 6:17 am
moksha wrote:
FiveFingerMnemonic wrote:
Sun Jun 14, 2020 12:40 pm
I wore a blue shirt and no tie to our first sacrament meeting back post covid-19. Feeling pretty comfortable about that after this announcement. Masks are the new ties. Image
How was the Sacrament handled? Did all handlers wear masks and gloves? Did they pass around open trays to everyone or did those in the pews pass the trays to one another?
Yes, gloves and masks, spacing for the cups in the trays, separate tray for cup disposal, spacing for the bread pieces on trays, empty benches in between members so the deacon could pass to everyone individually. It was pretty extensive. Wipes were provided to members to wipe down benches when the meeting concluded.

Once a month, 30 minutes in duration, split up by alphabet into smaller groups.
My mind is blown...So, if the deacons carry two trays, how do they do this? Surely, they don’t carry one in their left hand...
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