Church has become a “virtual” experience as we stay with a healthy distancing during this pandemic. I’m grateful we have this technology to keep connected, supporting each other, and find new ways to show up for justice work. I’m also grateful to the church’s staff … read more.
Author: Joel Miller
We were featured on the front page of the UU World’s website for our action in hosting the Ochsner healthcare workers’ childcare program at our building during the Covid-19 crisis.
As of this writing, the church campus is still occupied by the childcare program, … read more.
March 29, 2020 was our first service conducted fully online, with all staff and congregants watching from their own houses. We streamed over Zoom, and simultaneously streamed on our YouTube channel. Despite the challenges and the distance, we had about 120 viewers on YouTube, and … read more.
Image credit: Pennie Nichols
Last Friday I closed the church building after a symptomatic (but not diagnosed) person had been in it for some time. On Saturday, after consulting with staff and Board President David Hawley and Vice-President Donna Yelverton, I agreed to rent the church … read more.