COVID-19 BEHAVIORAL PRACTICES
Below are guidelines for attendance at a Unity of Boulder service or group.
1. Social Distancing. Please remember to stay 6 feet away from others when in a shared space. Groups of people who have been quarantined together are allowed to stay together. We have marked seating in the pews with a 6-foot radius. Entry and exit points are marked, as well as traffic patterns and restroom spacing.
2. Hand washing and sanitizing. Hand sanitizer stations are available in the lobby, and our doors are remaining open to allow for touchless egress. We encourage you to utilize the sanitizer to your comfort level – as often as you would like.
3. Face masks. Face masks are required for entry and their use is recommended during the service, as sitting for longer periods of time increases the probability of transmission.
4. High-risk or unwell individuals. If you are in a high-risk category, are health-challenged, or are feeling unwell, we ask that you stay at home and participate online – for your safety as well as others.
IN-PERSON MEETINGS BEGIN THURSDAY, FEB 4TH
Gathers weekly on Thursdays for 5 weeks.
Feb 4th-March 4th, 6:00PM-7:30PM
Taught by: Syntysche Groverland
Reg Cost: $25/ plus $10 per meeting
BOOK: Wild Edge of Sorrow: Rituals of Renewal and the Sacred Work of Grief
by Francis Weller (Available in the Unity Bookstore)
Call 303-442-1411 during business hours to register
HOURS: Tues-Thurs 10am-2pm, Fri 10am-4pm
or in-person at the Unity Bookstore.
Space is limited to 10 participants due to COVID Restrictions.
Grief and loss touch us all. It could be simply the grief of this last year we have experienced over the isolation we have all endured and the upheaval we have all witnessed in the world. It could be a death of a child, partner, marriage, parent or friend–a foreclosure, a broken childhood with lingering scars…etc.
When we gather in community for a grief group, the many tributaries of sorrow flow into the room. They swirl around us, touching everyone in the circle. As we come to the end of the sharing, there is a dawning of recognition that this is our shared sorrow, the communal cup from which we all drink. It is ours to hold and to gradually empty. We do this together as we enter the healing ground.” ~ Francis Weller
The group will meet in person with social distancing and masks in Fellowship Hall. Our meeting room will be sterilized with UVC Lighting before each meeting.