UUCWC Lifts Vaccination Requirement for In-Person Participation

Over the last three years, the Board, Staff and numerous leadership teams have worked diligently and transparently to create the most holistic and values-driven care we could provide during the Covid-19 public health emergency. We are so proud of the ways UUCWC has pivoted, grieved and grown.

Now, in light of current public health conditions, though we continue to strongly recommend vaccination, including booster shots for all persons, we will no longer be requiring vaccination in order to participate in in-person congregational events.

Masks and vaccines have proven to be effective and safe, and we are grateful for the medical science that provided these effective means of protection against a deadly and pernicious disease. If you are in need of a vaccine or booster, the Mercer County Health Department will offer a free covid vaccine clinic at UUCWC on May 18th from 11am – 1pm, no appointment necessary. And, regardless of requirements for the whole, UUCWC will continue to offer masks for those who wish to continue to use this means of protection.

As always, may we continue to be vigilant in our care for one another. 
Board of Trustees