In ongoing efforts to do our part in helping to contain the spread of COVID-19 Wesley will continue to practice responsible mitigation measures by following the best guidance available to us. The Healthy Church Team encourages observance of practices that will best protect the unvaccinated and vaccinated together as a Christ-centered community.
Guidance from the CDC states that vaccinations are not a cure. They are one mitigation measure which has been shown 93-98% effective in preventing COVID-19 and lowering intensity of cases where hospitalization measures are less likely. Vaccinated persons can still contract and/or transmit the virus, though at much reduced rates. Please remain aware of your health and vigilant in safe health measures.
If you are sick with any kind of symptoms, please stay home and contact the prayer team. Consult your doctor and get tested. Follow quarantine for 10 days.
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35% of Hampton population currently vaccinated
Hampton is in the moderate level of virus positivity.
More than 90% of Wesley’s congregation is vaccinated.
Wesley has an expectation of trust of all those gathering for mission and ministry.
With all this information in mind Wesley will relax several of the mitigation measures for all groups gathering inside and outside.
As members of one another in Christ, practice the fruit of the spirit. Be respectful of the status and choices of all who are gathered. There will be those who will choose to wear a mask and physically distance, please act with compassion in respect of this choice.
Thank you for continued patience and the practice of building peace with one another as we journey through this pandemic season. Many circumstances are improving and we can work together to increase good for the whole of our community.
Looking forward to worshiping with you in person, on Zoom, through Facebook this Sunday.
Pastor Gretchen and The Healthy Church Team
Meets again June 24, 7 PM on Zoom
Wesley UMC is Wheel Chair Accessible