Face Masks and Other Ways to Help

Many members of our congregation have been sewing reusable and washable face masks to help their family, friends and neighbors do what they can to be safe.  Members of the UU quilters estimate they’ve made and distributed over 100 masks so far, and we know many others in our congregation have also been sewing masks for themselves and their families.

If you need a mask or two, please email Julie Childers of the Pastoral Care team at julie36pa@gmail.com with your request, including your street address, so we can mail or deliver a mask to you.

As you know, the CDC recommendation is to wear masks whenever you are in public settings. The CDC advises the use of simple cloth face coverings to slow the spread of the virus and keep people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to others. 

Offering a Helping Hand

During these trying times members of the church may occasionally need a helping hand. The Pastoral Care Team asks you to identify ways you may be able to assist. We expect you would be called only a few times during the year. Please Contact a member of the team if you are able to help. 

You’ll be asked to indicate which of these you may be able to help with from time to time:

□ Transportation

□ Providing a meal for an individual or family

□ Shopping

In the event of a need in the congregation, you may be contacted to see whether you are available to help at that time. Your help will be appreciated!