This Sunday at Marsh
Marsh Chapel is holding live, in–person worship services on Sundays at 11:00 a.m.
Please consider wearing a mask while inside Marsh Chapel, particularly if you or a member of your household has increased health risks. When worn properly, high-quality masks have been proven to stop the spread of COVID-19, even when others around you are not masked.
Masks are no longer required for the 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning service. We at Marsh Chapel believe that the safer choice is to wear a mask.
All members of the Marsh Chapel clergy, staff, and choir have been vaccinated against COVID-19. We urge you to be vaccinated as well. For information on the vaccine or how to be vaccinated, go to mass.gov/covid-19-vaccine.
We urge you to continue to observe physical distancing between households, particularly if you or a member of your household has greater health risks or concerns.
Click here to listen to the recorded worship service from Sunday, August 7. The Rev. Dr. Robert Allan Hill preaches a sermon entitled “Have a Good Summer.” The Marsh Chapel Choir sings “Give almes of thy goods,” by Christopher Tye and “In te speravi ,” by G. P. da Palestrina, along with service music and hymns.