So your recommendation is to go where you can that is sane about it. The final straw for all of this will of course be when everyone is "vaccinated" and they still have all the same restrictions.I have no idea what your parish is like, so I can't outline a definite plan. talk to your bishop/priest. Bring up your concerns, look to the lives of the early martyrs, what would they think? You should be familiar with their lives, pull some examples out. Appeal to the sacred space, if you are aware of the distinctions between the area. A mask should not be worn in the nave. How do you ask God not to hide his face from you, but hide your face from God. Why did Jesus curse the fig tree? If I remember correctly, there's a Canon in the Fifth Ecumenical Council against the wearing of masks (its regarding carnival masks, but the whole world is a carnival right now) Do you not actually believe in your parish anything that's read/chanted during service? In the 7th Ode Heirmos of the Nativity service it says (from memory, so a few words may be off) Scorning the impious decree, the children brought up in godliness feared not the threat of fire, but standing in the midst of the flames they cried out "O God of our fathers blessed art thou." If that's not enough, listen to the Cherubic Hymn.