updated, Thursday May 26, 2022
We are incredibly grateful to welcome more and more folks in person at our Sunday Service. Your presence in person is the fuel that feeds your ministers, and our ministry! (And that, in turn, fuels the connection and experience for our beloveds who are unable to be here in person.)
In continued stewardship and care of our Unity family, our mask protocol remains in place, so that we can safely gather to worship in community. Soon the weather will allow for open windows and more air flow, and we are investigating options for high quality air filtration systems. Thank you for your continued patience, loving-kindness, and cooperation as we navigate the ongoing Covid reality!
Rest assured, we are committed to both the overall health and well-being of our community AND the joyful resumption of gathering together in person, faces uncovered and beaming– when it is safe to do so.
Here are mask requirements updated May 26, 2022, effective immediately:
- A well-fitting masks must cover the nose and mouth. Scarves and bandanas are not acceptable. We have N95, and disposable surgical masks on hand at church for your convenience, and our ushers will assist you in getting one.
- Again, we are watching the evolving Covid situation closely and will continue to assess our policy for when requirements can/should be either lightened or tightened.
Vaccines are required for ministers, employees, contractors and volunteers in the building for regular extended periods. We have not mandated vaccines in order to attend services in person, but being vaccinated is highly recommended to lessen the severity of symptoms in a breakthrough case, to slow the spread of the virus in the greater community, as well as to slow the development of new variants.