Church building to reopen Sunday 5th July

The minister and managing committee of Dublin Unitarian Church are looking forward to returning to the church on St. Stephen’s Green in an experimental capacity on Sunday 5th July. See below for a statement from the chair of the managing committee.

“The Managing Committee is seeking ways to open the Church for worship on Sunday,5th July. This will have to be done on a phased basis, and the complications of social distancing demand strict controls with regard to seating, entrance, movement and departure, and the maximum number able to attend. The initial services will be very much on an experimental basis, and there is no doubt things will improve as we go along. Initially, sadly, droplet infection demands no congregational singing, and initially, the coffee gathering in the Damer Hall will be abandoned. We are approaching this with caution, and we will be asking the tolerance and patience of members attending! Further information will follow as our plans develop.

Dennis Aylmer,
Chairman, Managing Committee.”

Up 5th July, we will continue to broadcast the Sunday service online as well as the weekday services of reflection.

Pamela McCarthy intends to resume the Wednesday services of reflection in the church building on Wednesday July 8th.

We will of course be revising plans as situations change in a constantly fast-changing environment. This is however exciting and something to look forward to.

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