Coronavirus/COVID-19 Safety

Last updated October 14, 2022

Sunday meetings are now held in a hybrid format, with in-person and Zoom meetings connected to one another. Contact for the Zoom link, and click here for more information about attending online.

Our mask policy will change as of October 23: after that date, masking is optional but welcome inside the meetinghouse. KN95/N95 masks are available at the meetinghouse, and masks in children’s sizes as well. After using one of the provided masks you can bring it home with you and use it again when you return.

We strongly encourage everyone attending in-person meetings for worship to be fully vaccinated, including booster shots as recommended by the CDC.

We have upgraded our ventilation and air conditioning systems for improved safety. Internal and outside air passes through a series of seven filters with high Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value rating. It then passes through another filter and over an ultraviolet germicidal irradiation air purification system that is designed to disinfect potentially infectious viruses, mold, and bacteria, pathogens and allergens. Air scrubbers in the ductwork further purify. In the old house, air purifiers with high-efficiency particulate absorbing (HEPA) filters run continuously in the front conference room and upstairs First Day School classrooms. Questions about these systems can be addressed to Joe Landsberger, B&G clerk.

Contact the office to request a link to online worship, ask questions about Covid protocols, or reserve a meeting time on the Zoom account.

The Covid Advisory Team authorized by Meeting for Business will continue to evaluate conditions, and will make recommendations as the data changes. The current members of the team are Lynn Cibuzar, Pam Heggie, Pete Rode, Tom Stoffregen, and Lois Yellowthunder.