The plan eliminates requirements for masking and testing.
The plan continues to follow CDC guidelines for positive Covid results or exposure. Members, staff, and guests are always welcome to wear masks as they feel appropriate.
The new Plan is in effect until such time as there is requirement from federal, state, or local government entities mandating different risk mitigation or there is a revision approved by the Board of Trustees.
No. Additionally, proof of vaccination is no longer a requirement for employment (effective June 14, 2023).
No, the Congregation does not conduct contract tracking. The Congregation, at its discretion, may communicate to members and staff if there is a known positive Covid case.
No. Masks are not required. In general, masking is encouraged, supported, and welcomed for those at health risk!
Yes, the Congregation will maintain a supply of masks at the Main and Lower Lobby’s welcome and reception desks.
No. Rapid tests will no longer be provided, given their cost and quick expirations. Anyone with Covid symptoms is encouraged to use home tests or obtain a PCR test.
Distancing is not required for any activity.
No. All rooms can be used to their maximum occupancy.
No. All entrances may be accessed as normally appropriate and in line with safe building ingress/egress.
Yes. There are no Covid related restrictions on indoor dining.
No. Any congregational activity may occur on Sunday as long as it is not held at the same time as the Worship Service or a Congregational meeting and is in line with other programming policies. Masks are no longer required for singing.
Yes, outside groups are now eligible to utilize the Congregation’s property.
Members and staff who have Covid or suspect illness/exposure should remain at home and take care of themselves and their families. CDC guidelines for Covid positive cases or exposures should be followed.