ASCU's COVID Information
Current as of April 21, 2022.
We are aware that many COVID-29 protocols are changing or disappearing entirely.
Our All Souls staff recently decided that, as of May 1, 2022:
We will continue to ask all persons over the age of two to wear a mask when indoors. Outdoor spaces will remain optional.
We will no longer check for proof of vaccination at the doors. We will trust that each visitor will be fully vaccinated, and that those who feel ill will not come to church that day and participate virtually instead. Children who not eligible for the vaccines are welcome to come to Classroom 5 for Religious Education classes.
We are beginning to allow in-person meetings to be scheduled at the church, based on availability. You have the choice to serve food or beverages within your reserved rooms, but we are not yet serving food during the fellowship/coffee hour, and we ask that those in your meetings replace their masks when not actively eating or drinking. 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.