For your own protection and to minimize stress on the health care system, we strongly recommend being fully immunized. Supporting science-based public health initiatives aligns with our values as UUs.
If you or anyone in your household is experiencing any symptom listed below, please do not attend in-person activities at the Fellowship: sneezing, fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, fatigue, muscle aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion, runny nose, nausea or vomiting/diarrhea. Please follow CDC guidelines for isolation and quarantine periods.
Sunday Services and Education Classes
Our Sunday services are taking place indoors in the Fellowship Hall AND online via Zoom. Check the website calendar entry for the Zoom link. Masks are optional, and we encourage covenantal courtesy amongst members and friends for their masking and distancing choices. Adult Forum is also meeting multi-platform. The Murray Room is available for children under 5. CLICK HERE for more information on religious education for children and youth.
Outdoor events and meetings on the beautiful Fellowship grounds are encouraged. Reminder: you must reserve space using this form just as you would for indoor meeting rooms. This allows equitable access to outdoor areas and contributes to the safety of our community.
How will I know which events are in person?
Some programming may remain virtual. Check the calendar to determine whether your events, programs or meetings will occur online, in-person or both. If still in doubt, contact the organizer of the event, or call the office.
Do I have to wear a mask?
As of October 2022, masking is optional.
To mitigate risk, the Fellowship commits to:
- making masks available for anyone who prefers to remain masked
- encouraging the use of air purifiers in closed rooms and the continued use of outdoor meeting spaces
- offering multi-platform programming (in person and Zoom)
- extending covenantal courtesy by respecting the masking and distancing choices of others
- members and friends attending in person activities update their vaccines and boosters as eligible
- anyone with an illness or any new symptoms remains at home
- if you’re exposed to someone with covid, please follow the CDC guidelines for gathering
- we all continue to practice covenantal courtesy by respecting the masking and distancing choices of others
What does “multi-platform” mean?
“Multi-platform” means the event is offered both in-person and online. Check the calendar for details on how to participate and chose the platform that best meets your needs.
What about our children?
Please check with Pam Lepley at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional details about children’s activities and to stay informed.