Zoom information for Sunday 3/29/2020
Topic: Sunday Service and Info Forum
Time: Mar 29, 2020 09:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 894 949 805
UUCCH COVID-19 Update 3/13/2020
Beloved community requires both connection and keeping our people safe. Beginning this Sunday, we actively encourage all our members and friends to stay home, and watch the Sunday service on our Zoom link.
There is very clear evidence that our best defense against the COVID-19 "Corona" virus is to minimize personal contact. We can do our part to help our entire South Jersey community stay healthy by keeping a safe distance from other people until the danger has passed, which will likely be several weeks at least.
We have already started to live-stream our services, and that will continue, Our services are created by staff and members using safe social-distance and hygiene practices, and we will all do our parts to continue creating connection for everyone. Over the next week we will prepare special live-streamed offerings for families, and we are encouraging all our committees, teams and groups to suspend meetings, or to switch to using Zoom or another electronic distance meeting platform. We will offer technical assistance as possible, to support you to continue in community while staying safe and healthy.
Read the full email here.
Monitoring Coronavirus at UUCCH 3/6/2020
We sent an email on Friday, March 6th, detailing the current action plan at UUCCH. As of Tuesday, March 10th, all regularly scheduled meeting and events are still taking place, with the exception of Meitheal. Should UUCCH decide to close for any period of time, the information will be updated here.
The UUCCH Arboretum's 2nd Annual Meitheal dinner scheduled for March 21st has been cancelled. There is still an Arboretum cleanup scheduled for that day to get ready for the spring and summer months. You are welcome to join us that day for some outdoor activity!
Here is a press release from the UUA regarding the Coronavirus outbreak.