As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases multiplies across the country and in Wisconsin, the Unitarian Universalist Association and our own MidAmerica Region are counseling congregations to move their Sunday services and other meetings online.
To respond, the Lakeshore Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Board has decided to cancel face-to-face services effective Sunday, March 22, and move scheduled services to the online platform Zoom.
This Sunday, March 15, the Board will meet with members and friends of the congregation after the service to outline our plans going forward and to share resources to keep us all connected and provide for the support and nurture of our community and its members as we weather this emergency situation together.
As we all practice “social distancing” to slow the spread of illness and save lives, loneliness and isolation will be major challenges for many of us. We encourage you to reach out to each other and to seek the support of our lay ministry team as you need it. A friendly voice on the phone can often make all the difference.
Please join us for our Zoom service presentations starting on March 22, at 10:00. You'll find descriptions of the service and Zoom instructions HERE
These are worrisome and unsettling times, but I am confident we will pull together to provide support, love, and comfort to each other.
In love and solidarity,
March 14, 2020