Firstly, we have moved some of the furniture, but not much. Though not much, there will be an obvious change—a flat-screen monitor in place of the hymn board over the Epistle-side (i.e., the right-hand side of the church). The monitor is there for us to include the faces of the folks participating from home because we have a current limit to the numbers of people we can accommodate in the church. We also may use it to supplement the sermon with a thematic image or images. But for right now, it is about being able to see and be seen by Franciscans who cannot be in person.
Secondly, along with the addition of the flat-screen monitor, we have moved a few chairs and the banners just a bit. The chairs are all still up-front but moved to where people sitting in them get to the lecterns easily. The banners for the church and the diocese are still up front but moved slightly so we can accommodate the flat screen. Also note, this is an experiment and we have kept the hymn boards around so that we can use them again if needed or desired.
Thirdly, here are the summary guidelines for the congregation to review before coming to church this Sunday: