Reeb and COVID-19


We are in the “high” risk category.  Indoor services and gatherings will resume gradually with limited capacity, masking, and distancing. Outdoor gatherings are encouraged.


3/10/22 Update:

From Rev. Karen:

The pandemic has been a traumatic experience, and continues to be for many of us. We’re not all able to return to the kinds of interactions we need because numbers are down, because in-person activities are still too risky. And those of us who can return might find ourselves hesitant, not out of concern for Covid, but because we’re no longer used to being around people. The “new normal,” whatever it looks like, will be slow in coming. I invite you to watch this video by my colleague, the Rev. Sunshine Wolfe, talking about some human responses we might experience or witness as we move into our multiplatform future at Reeb.

3/3/3/22 Update:

Great news! The Dane County Covid ActNow risk level has been at “high” for a week, which means that JRUUC downgrades to the “high” risk category of our Covid-19 Strategic Plan today. This means higher capacity limits in the rooms we can use for in-person small groups, choir rehearsals, and worship, and a singer or duet may offer live music on Sunday mornings! Please email Ansley to reserve a room for your gathering, and review the Strategic Plan for the guidelines you need to follow.

If we stay in the “high” risk category, we’ll be opening the sanctuary to a limited number of in-person participants next Sunday!  You’ll need to RSVP, and, if you are on our email list, you will receive an email with a link to the RSVP website. Check this week’s Sunday service for current information.

Do you need a KN95 mask? Masks have been made available through Public Health Madison & Dane County, and we now have 250 of them. They’ll be in our building to use when we open for small groups and worship, and are available now if you need them for your own use. Please contact Rev. Karen if you’d like her to meet you at Reeb or deliver them to you.


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