This Month's Services - Sundays at 10:30 a.m.

Living Our Principles in a Time of Social Distancing!

We Offer HYBRID SERVICES
(in-person or online via Zoom)

COVID Guidance for Our Building

as of 3.24.22

 

As we look to the UUA and the CDC, we see that both are encouraging flexibility in what we require of folks related to protection. Now that we are no longer at a critical level in Glynn County, we feel that folks can make their own decisions about whether to wear a mask. You need to do what is comfortable for you. We also encourage you to watch the community levels for COVID which can be found at this link.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/science/community-levels.html

 

If we return to the High (red) level, then the guidance is to put them back on. But we are no longer going to try to monitor and share this as a board. We believe our folks can watch this and make this determination for themselves. We also believe that since all our folks are vaccinated, we can feel safer here than most places.

 

One advisor said to think of the mask as your rain poncho or umbrella. Have it handy. And if you are in an area where you feel uncomfortable because of the crowding or the increases in COVID numbers, etc., put your mask on – just as you put up your umbrella if it starts to rain.

 

We will also continue to provide Zoom services for those who may feel sick, or who are traveling, or for whatever reason. We do hope that many of you will join us in our wonderful sanctuary, though. Oh, how wonderful it is to be able to sing and make a joyful noise together again!

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June 5
“LGBTQ Pride - Is it a Protest or a Celebration? “
Guest speaker, Jo Moseley
Denise Anderson, Worship Leader
We will discuss the first Pride March and what led to it.

For information about our IN-PERSON SERVICE please see our Covid guidelines above.
If you prefer to attend online, the service will be offered at this zoom link:
uuma.zoom.us/j/479-325-3254

June 12
“The Power of Pride”
Clint Tawes, Worship Leader
June is a month of celebration for the LGBTQ community and its allies, but Pride is more than just festivities and parades. Join us as we explore the meaning of Pride, its historical relevance, and its significance today and in the future.

For information about our IN-PERSON SERVICE please see our Covid guidelines above.

If you prefer to attend online, the service will be offered at this zoom link: uuma.zoom.us/j/479-325-3254

June 19
“A Better Glynn”
Jason Vaughn, Guest speaker
Sharon Ehle, Worship Leader
Jason is a member of the team supporting "A Better Glynn." He is a native to Glynn County, a teacher, a coach, and a Christian who is passionate about making our community better.

For information about our IN-PERSON SERVICE please see our Covid guidelines above. 

If you prefer to attend online, the service will be offered at this zoom link: uuma.zoom.us/j/479-325-3254

June 26
“Wisdom of Not Knowing.”
Beth Sutton, Worship Leader
Continuing the Cultivating Wisdom series.

For information about our IN-PERSON SERVICE please see our Covid guidelines above.

If you prefer to attend online, the service will be offered at this zoom link: uuma.zoom.us/j/479-325-3254