View and enjoy the photos in individual albums by
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In March, 2020 took a left turn.
The COVID-19 pandemic ended gatherings, including our Sunday services.
Zoom became a verb. Under the city Safer at Home many of the Food Pantry volunteers could no longer
serve as they were in the vulnerable age group. At the same time, the Food Pantry demand increased. These
were trying times with many in the parish in isolation.
Then in June outrage over the murder of George Floyd spawned mass demonstrations across the country
demanding equal justice for all, regardless of color. On Trinity Sunday, June 7, 2020,
both Fr. Rand Reasoner and Deacon George Packer addressed the Christian response to the injustice and to
the demands for reform with two powerful homilies.
I have added slide shows and videos to highlight parish life in these trying times.
People sometimes have photos but do not know how to share them for posting. Here are a few suggestions.
1. Google Photos. If you have a Google account (GMail, etc.), you can upload your photos to an album and share
that album with email@example.com.
2. iCloud. Apple people have had success uploading their photos to iCloud and sharing with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apple changes the rules occasionally, but it has worked in the past.
3. Dropbox. Photos can be put into a Dropbox folder and shared. I have received photos that way as well.
4. Email. This is a last resort method unless you just have one photo. Send them to email@example.com.
Please do not allow your phone or email app to overly compress the photos. Photos posted on the website need
at least several thousand pixels in each dimension.
Also note that while people using phones tend to take pictures in portrait mode (long side vertical), websites,
computers, and television sets are all landscape (long side horizontal). I have to severely crop portrait mode
photos to make them landscape mode for the website.