Rosedale United Welcomes You Back into the Building.

As per our COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, we implemented the following procedure. For the full policy, pleace click here. 

Proof of Vaccination - everyone entering the building must provide: 


1. Proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 (two complete dosages), OR
2. Written proof of a medical reason that provides a documented reason for not being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and outlines the time period of the medical reason, and also provide verification of a negative COVID-19 test result obtained within 48 hours of seeking access to the building. 
Exemptions: The only exemptions permitted to enter RUC are for unvaccinated people with medical exemptions and people under 12 years old. Individuals who cannot receive the vaccine due to medical exemptions will be permitted with a doctor’s note until the medical exemption can be integrated as part of a digital vaccine certificate. 


It is the discretion of the individual to determine whether they would like to disclose their vaccination status. Should they make the decision not to divulge this information, they will not be permitted to access RUC. 

November 6th, 2021: We are thrilled to announce we are back in the building for Sunday morning worship! All are welcome for our 10:30am service.

As per or COVID-19 precautions, we will be asking for proof of vaccination, and for everyone to wear a mask while in the building. Our children's program will be outside, as will our coffee time after the service.

Online: Our online service will be available Sunday afternoons, on our website and our Youtube channel. It will feature our soloist and preacher from the morning's outdoor service. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Rev. Dr. Kristin Philipson at kphilipson@rosedaleunited.org.

 

Our faith community offers connection and companionship.  We know it's often the first place people turn to for support, particularly when their health is in crisis. Yet the very nature of being a community adds an increased level of risk when it comes to the spread of infection, and right now we need to be smart about curbing the spread of COVID-19.

Until then, we will continue to keep our communities safe, by getting vaccinated, wearing our masks, and practicing safe social distancing.