UPDATE, Sunday, 6:50 a.m.:
The 9:30 service, as well as the 11:00, will be celebrated in the Main Hall today due to early morning rain. And celebrate is the word! We joyfully mark 30 years since Veronika became UUCPA’s pianist, and the service focuses on how we make our hearts’ gladness something more transformational and lasting than just happiness.
It is likely that the skies will be clear by the time you arrive. But since meteorologists expect the rain to continue through the time our sexton and today’s sound engineer, have to set up for the first service, they will be setting up indoors.
Outdoor seating will be available for those who need it.
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required for entrance into the Main Hall for anyone six months or older.
The forecast predicts rain for this Sunday morning, September 18. Here’s what you need to know:
If it’s rainy, we will hold both services indoors. We will post an update on the website on Sunday morning with the final information on where the first service will be.
However, regardless of the weather, we will have both a 9:30 and an 11 a.m. service, and there will be a few seats outdoors, under the walkway, for those who prefer that option.
Please make sure to bring proof of vaccination unless you have previously sent it to Jeff. To attend services, classes, or other events indoors, you must be vaccinated against COVID-19.If your proof of vaccination is not already on file, please allow a few extra minutes for someone at the door to check yours. A lot of people arrive just as the service is starting, and we don’t want the resulting line to make you miss the beginning of the service.
We’ll hold Sunday school rain or shine. The outdoor classes are under walkways and shelters. See you there!
The special coffee hour after each service, continuing the celebration of Veronika’s 30th anniversary as UUCPA’s marvelous pianist, and the EV Expo from 10 to 1, will take place regardless of the weather, and are not to be missed!
Now, let’s hope the rains get as far east as the Mosquito Fire.