During the Corornavirus pandemic on Wednesday morning, things were very different from usual, but the Epiphany celebration of the baptism of Jesus Christ in the Jordan River went smoothly, despite many restrictions limiting the number of spectators and participants. The number of parishioners was also limited, which was a departure from the usual attendance of more than 1000 people at the annual celebration.
The only people who were allowed to attend and watch the celebrations this year were children under 12 and their parents. Police cordoned off the area, leaving only isolated parishioners and family members in the Bayou. Divers were only allowed to watch over the boys for two members of their family and had to wear masks before they dived into the water. They were given a new mask, which they put on immediately after climbing out of the Bayou, but were forgiven.
The small hole in the wall that the family business had right next to its shop did a great job of clearing out the battery terminal and showing off the old parts. They have been working on this for about a year and do a good job of cleaning, cleaning and quickly sanding the grease joint. This is the second year in a row and the third time in the last two years.
I have been going there since 1994 for tyre and oil changes and I have never had a problem with Ivan, a great service consultant. Oil change is usually quick and easy, and Wray is one of the best places to get his Jeep repaired using mobile detailing, and we had nothing but excellent service.
I was the only customer and I was able to call Scott to fix the electric window on one of my cars. I had an apartment when most tyre shops were about to close, but we were just customers and it didn't take more than an hour.
He was polite, professional, responsive and extremely fair when it came to diagnosing and fixing car problems. He gave me a reasonable price on the phone and was able to contact me within 48 hours. Have my car AC recharged And he was great and very informative, but he forgot to be super cheap. I charged more than anyone else offered $170 or more for it and charged it again.
The junior at Berkeley Preparatory School says he still feels as good as he did the first time around, but not so much this time.
So far, Cook and Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said Wednesday they were satisfied with Wednesday's event, but they were sticking to the capacity restrictions imposed by law enforcement. There is so much tradition of bringing the cross, "he told an interviewer. Spring told local media that he did not want a super-wide event, and said neither the police nor the sheriff's office would support a downsizing of an event because of a pandemic and would not tolerate a mass event.
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Archbishop Elpidophoros posted a photo of Colten Sakadales on his Facebook page with the words: "Blessed Cross, bless your life and bless the waters of Tarpon Springs. On a day that marks the baptism of Jesus in the Jordan River, the Archbishop of America, Elias, who presided over a service at St. Nicholas Cathedral before blessing the blessed cross and throwing it into the bait, celebrated the day of Christ's baptism in TARPON Springs, a historic Greek city that has attracted more than 25,000 people in the past. Today we are blessed with water, and today I am blessed with water.
The tradition continued when 16-year-old Colten Sakadales emerged from Spring Bayou and won the 115th annual race. The priest threw the cross into the bait after blessing the water and trying to retrieve it. After the boy found it and emerged from the water, the group was instructed not to carry it back to the church on their shoulders as usual. Sakadsales, a 16-year-old junior at Tarpon Springs High, was this year's winner in cross-country diving.