Category Archives: COVID-19

Grace Gears Up to Reopen, Ignores Diocese COVID Policy

Once again, the clowns at Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish, are showing their true colors. Specifically, barring the unforeseen, the church resumes indoor services on February 28. This includes indoor coffee hour in the Merrow Hall auditorium;  the installation of Anne Turner as rector and a reception, and the Shrove Tuesday pancake dinner. In all of… Read More »

A Day Late, A Dollar Short: Grace Closes Indoor Worship

Weeks into the massive surge in COVID cases, Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish, has finally closed to indoor worship. As with most things that Grace does, the parish has managed to screw up both the timing and the implementation. In terms of timing, the parish has been ignoring diocesan guidelines for weeks. That includes the diocesan… Read More »

The Stupidity of Grace

As I posted previously, Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish, is going ahead with in-person services this Christmas Eve. Fortunately, many of the registrants for the day’s services no-showed, which evinces a level of common sense not present in the so-called parish leadership. The 5:00 PM service brought in roughly 83 people, counting live-stream viewers — far less… Read More »

Grace Episcopal Alexandria Continues Plans for Live Services, Even as COVID-19 Sets New Records

Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish, continues to plan live services for Christmas, even as the city urges residents to “take precautions immediately.”  The city’s recommendations include moving holiday celebrations to virtual, and reconsidering travel plans. The news comes as COVID case counts break all previous records, with Alexandria reporting its record high number of cases on… Read More »

Grace Episcopal Alexandria Ignores Diocesan Policies as COVID Surges

Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish, continues to ignore diocesan policies on preventing COVID, even as the latest surge approaches twice the level for Alexandria to classify as a high-transmission community. Per the Centers for Disease Control, when new cases reach 100 per 100,000 residents, counted on a rolling seven-day basis, a region is considered high transmission. According to the… Read More »