ASCU's COVID Information

Current as of September 8, 2022.

Our All Souls staff has updated our COVID protocols to reflect the current state of the pandemic:

We will continue to ask all persons over the age of two to wear a mask when in common spaces. Common spaces include the Sanctuary, Pierce Hall*, Children’s Religious Education classrooms (when there is class), hallways, restrooms, the Reeb Lobby, the elevator and stairwells. Persons attending meetings in other rooms have the option of wearing masks. As part of collective care for our community, please check with everyone in your meeting and decide together what the comfort level is.

*We now have coffee hour after service! Please join us after the worship service in Pierce Hall for beverages and community building. As this is a large, enclosed space, we do ask that people remask after they have completed eating/drinking. 

We have resumed scheduling meetings in the building, based on the church’s hours of operation (listed at the bottom of this page). You may allow food or beverages within your reserved room(s). As a courtesy, please make your attendees aware if you plan to allow food/beverages and that people may be unmasked in your meeting. Each meeting room and classroom has an air purifier – please make sure they are turned on for the duration of your meeting by pressing the power button. Please use the form at the bottom of this page to make your room reservations.

Please let us know if you’ve tested positive for COVID-19 after attending events at All Souls, if you are concerned that your attendance might have caused the exposure to yourself, or to others. Your information will be kept confidential. If you test positive after attending workshop, a meeting or event, please contact the executive director, Traci Hughes-Trotter