Covid Considerations as We Gather Once More

According to the CDC, Bristol County remains low this week based on the number of new Covid cases and hospitalizations. Murray will continue to offer both in-person worship and hybrid worship over Zoom to meet the various Covid concern needs of the congregation. Church committee meetings can also be held in-person, hybrid, or over Zoom, as people prefer. If you feel sick for any reason – please stay home out of respect for others.  We don’t want you to bring germs to church!  We encourage you to participate over Zoom, instead.  Other considerations: Masks are not required indoors at Murray...

Current Covid Conditions

The current community level of Covid-19 in Bristol County is rated low by the CDC, based on cases and hospitalizations in our county. The test positivity rate is high, suggesting that cases may be undercounted. Please continue to take care of yourself, exercising...

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March Update to our Murray COVID-19 Protocol

Russet Morrow, President In March of 2020, we made the very difficult decision to close the church to keep everyone a little safer. Since then, we have gone through multiple stages – employees working from home, ZOOM meetings, social distancing, wearing masks even...

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COVID-19 update

COVID-19 recommendations through the end of January After further discussion about the recommendations from the COVID-19 Task Force, the Executive Board approved the numbered recommendations below to be followed through the end of January. The Task Force will meet...

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January COVID-19

COVID-19 Task Force Recommendation From Russet Morrow, VP & Chair of COVID-19 TASK FORCE While the following recommendations have not yet been approved by the Executive Board, they will be discussed/approved at our next Board meeting on Tuesday, January 11. The...

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Christmas Eve Safety Precautions

Exciting news!  We all want to be able to offer and attend an in-person service on Christmas Eve at Murray UU Church. With the COVID-19 numbers going up in our area, the COVID-19 Task Force waited until this past Monday night to meet and make a recommendation to the...

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Opening up our pews

Beginning this Sunday, November 21, the gold ribbons that limited by half the number of people sitting in a pew will be removed, allowing more folks to sit in our pews. For our annual Thanksgiving Communion service, we ask that all maintain the 3’ social distancing...

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In Person Worship

The Congregation may meet in person inside the Sanctuary beginning Sunday, October 3. Before attending in person, please print, fill out and turn in (just once), a signed Safety Covenant for Covid-19. This is similar to and based on the Safety Covenant the Youth Group...

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Church News and Updates

Sunday, December 4

Sunday, December 4

Miracles, Schmiracles…… Jesus supposedly raised Lazarus from the dead, walked on water, fed 5,000 people with a few fish and a handful of bread loaves. He exorcised demons, and healed the blind, the sick, and the lame….. The Bible is filled with...

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Sunday, November 27

Sunday, November 27

Gratitude and Grace Our service on November 27th will reflect on what we are grateful for and why. During this time of year, we are often asked what we are grateful for, whether it’s around the table or during a celebration. We are thankful for our...

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