Covid Announcement: The Board of Directors & COVID Task Force have decided to postpone the reopening of the church for in-person worship. In a joint meeting, the Board and CTF reviewed the current situation regarding community spread and local hospital metrics. The Board and CTF discussed these factors and how they impact the current reopening plans. The CTF was unanimous in their recommendation and the Board Members present voted unanimously on a resolution for postponing reopening. Please direct questions or concerns to the Board of Directors or the Covid Task Force.

Ryan McBee
President, Board of Directors

While we are currently closed to the public for our in-person worship, the church office will be open from 10-4 on Mondays and 10-3 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. You are also welcome to come by and enjoy the artwork hanging in the gallery. The rest of the building, unless stated otherwise, will still be closed off to the public.

The Sunday service is available at 11am on Facebook, Instagram, or YouTube.

 

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  • TVUUC’s Updated Covid-19 Policies and Letter from the Board President
    Beloved Congregation, I am writing to update you on TVUUC’s COVID-19 policies. In August, the Board accepted the Covid Task Force’s recommendation to postpone reopening for in-person worship. Since that decision was made, the CTF has been working tirelessly to craft a framework to guide staff through the next phases of the pandemic. Last Tuesday, the ...
  • New Office Hours
    The church office will be open from 10-4 on Mondays and 10-3 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. You are also welcome to come by and enjoy the artwork hanging in the gallery. The rest of the building, unless stated otherwise, will still be closed off to the public.
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