Modified on: March 16, 2020
Our goal is care, for one another and for our greater community.
Care for One Another
With the spread of the coronavirus, there are several steps we can take to care for each other:
- Wash your hands thoroughly and regularly throughout the day. At church, we will use touchless greetings—we will bow and salute to one another, but no handshakes or hugs please.
- If you are sick, please stay home to help contain the possible spread of the virus. If you feel concerned for your health, please feel welcome to protect yourself by staying home too.
- If you choose not to attend services, stay connected with the life of our congregation through our livestream here: https://www.facebook.com/UUCSpartanburg/?epa=SEARCH_BOX
- If you need support in any way, connect with us–you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org / 864-590-8260. We are here to help each other.
Care for Our Community
We are a people of faith and hope. Through all that life brings, we will build a community of care for all people:
- We stand against prejudice and xenophobia, now and always.
- Check on friends and neighbors, reducing anxiety and increasing our connection to one another even when physical contact is reduced.
- As of now, we do plan to hold our service this Sunday, focusing on how we can serve our community.
- Out of an abundance of caution, we will postpone our bake sale to benefit our children’s social justice projects until a later date.
- Our third Social Justice dialogue will take place immediately after the service. We will be talking about being a neighbor, environmental action, and what we can do as a congregation to make this world more livable for every one of us.
We care, for each other and for our world–
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