What to expect when visiting the Unity Spiritual Center:
While the COVID-19 pandemic impacts are waining, we feel it is critically important to continue to be as safe as possible. We comply with all State regulations and recommendations. And we also address any feedback we receive concerning how we are handling this very significant health issue.
Presently, we are open for all normal activities.
We certainly do welcome anyone who wishes to visit. We have face masks on hand for those who arrive without a mask and feel that they should wear a mask. Masks are optional. No-touch hand sanitizer dispensers are also available. Signs are posted at the entrance and within the center with reminders about health and necessary precautions.
Please contact us ahead of time if you have any questions about visiting the Unity Spiritual Center. Read below for what is happening with our Sunday Services.
Our response to COVID-19 and the pandemic:
We conducted a survey of our members and friends in order to get feedback on the impact and the concerns that arose. We greatly appreciate that feedback and always welcome additional input from you. We are acting with that information in mind.
Prior to COVID-19, our Sunday Services were held at 10:00 AM in a casual atmosphere with live music, singing and a message from Licensed Unity Teachers, Ministers or other special guests. The Service was followed by a social hour - fellowship with food and beverages. We have returned to that format.
A good portion of our Sunday Service is live-streamed to Facebook. (https://www.facebook.com/www.unityspiritualcenterofcoastalde.org). Watch for information on this website and on our Facebook page for which Sundays are live-streamed and which Sundays are not live-streamed.
The Lessons Library Page is also updated later with a link to the Sunday Service video that is posted on Facebook. Check out the Lessons Library Page in the dropdown menu below "Sunday Services" at the top of this and all other Pages.
The seats can be spaced to suit your needs, and we have plenty of room. The service generally follows a familiar pattern, but for awhile we will keep the offering basket on the table near the entrance. And other minor changes will be announced during the service.
Attendees may wear a mask, but masks are not required. Greeters at the entrance wear masks. For video recording purposes, the people up front will not be masked while they are speaking at the lectern and providing music.
Masks and hand sanitizer are provided.
After live-streaming is completed a more personal part of the Sunday Service is held where there is sharing. Sharing joys and concerns is a vital part of our emphasis on community support. Prayer Chaplains are available for conversation and prayer requests (individually in a separate, private room, or shared with the community).
Everyone is welcome to bring their own coffee or beverage in an appropriate container (to avoid spillage).
After the service, snacks and small food items are available. So please stay for the social hour.