AN IMPORTANT UPDATE FROM THE MINISTER AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES:

BEACON’S UPDATED COVID POLICY BEGINNING SUNDAY JANUARY 2, 2022 

 

Due to an uptick in COVID cases and the emergence of the Omicron variant, we have updated our safety policy to include proof of full vaccination status (2 or 3 shots) for ages 5 and older. This new policy is not a judgement of personal health care decisions. It is an institutional policy to safeguard the well-being of the community. 

 

Beginning, Sunday January 2, 2022, vaccination will be required to attend worship services, participate in the choir, and be part of small group gatherings. We will still expect masks to be worn and hands to be sanitized.  Committee meetings will continue to take place mostly on Zoom.  

 

On January 2, 2022 (or the next time you attend a Sunday service)  please bring your COVID vaccination card or a photo of the card on your phone. Once we have verified your status, you’ll have a small dot placed on your nametag.  You can also email a photo of your COVID vaccination card to the Beacon office in advance of January 2, 2022 and we’ll put the sticker on your nametag in advance.  office@beaconuu.com 

 

For the time being, we will hum recorded hymns rather than sing them, and we will not have a formal social hour with coffee or refreshments.

 

Thank you. We’ll continue to adapt and update this policy along with new public health developments.