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Little Britain United Church, 5879 Provincial Trunk Hwy 9, Lockport MB, R1A 2P7           

 

March 19, 2022

The Little Britain United Church (LBUC) Council has set the following as the protocols for church re-opening on April 3rd. These protocols will be in place until such time as it is determined that worship may move outdoors or Little Britain United Church Council deem it safe to remove all restrictions.

  1. Wearing of masks will be required for all church-related activities in both the church and hall.
  2. Hand sanitizer will be supplied and you are encouraged to use it.
  3. The church is marked for social distancing and is encouraged.
  4. Proof of vaccination will no longer be required.
  5. Worship will continue with the safety of all taken into consideration. ie – Communion elements in baggies and offering plates at back of church. All hymn books can be returned to church. Masks will be worn while singing.

Munch and mingle will resume on April 3rd. Masks will be worn until we have our food and are seated.

Should you have any comments, please contact Tanya Wiegand, Chair of Council.

October 7, 2021 – Important Message from the Chair of Little Britain United Church Council

In response to the on-going MB Provincial Health regulations and increasing cases of Covid 19, the Little Britain United Church Council met and the following motion was passed:

“That all events including worship, weddings and funerals held in the church building and hall be attended by only those individuals who are fully vaccinated against Covid 19 with the exception of children under 12 years of age and those with a physician’s exemption.”

Carried

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Beginning this Sunday all those attending worship will be asked to show their immunization card or QR code indicating that they are fully vaccinated. Your name and phone number will be recorded. Once you have done this, it will not be required to be shown on a weekly basis.

Masks will continue to be worn during the entire service and social distancing will be by mutual consent of those who wish to sit together. (There is no mandatory social-distancing at this time). The use of hand sanitizer is encouraged. All events in the hall will be handled in the same manner. This includes both church and community activities and all hall rentals. This motion will be re-visited as Provincial Health Regulations permit.

Regards,

Tanya Wiegand, Chair

Little Britain United Church Council

Little Britain became an Affirming congregation in April 2021. Being Affirming means that we are committed to inclusion and justice for people of all races, ages, abilities, sexual orientations and gender identities. As a community of faith and action guided by Jesus’ teaching and ministry, we seek to nurture love, justice and diversity in a safe and respectful environment. Just as God rejoices in the goodness and diversity of creation, we too honour and celebrate diversity. You are welcome to join our faith community and walk together with us on a journey of learning, questioning, sharing, growth and love for all people. We respect all who are being true to who God made them. We are all children of God.

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