Guest speaker Neil Richardson talks about How SafeHouse Ministries grew to meet the challenges of COVID on the homeless, addicted and post incarcerated people in our community.
SafeHouse provides meals, classes and other support to help the homeless find housing and work. Neil is a former chaplain at Muscogee County Jail and the executive director of SafeHouse. He’s originally from Miami, Florida. He’s he’s the father of three grown sons, and he has jumped out of an airplane.
We’re still meeting in person at 11 a.m. on Sunday at Grace Fellowship Hall, but we’re all vaccinated and we’ll be masked up. (See below for other pandemic precautions we take.)
Sunday services typically include music, readings and opportunities to share what’s important in our lives. Learn more about the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism here.
Our Pandemic Safety Measures
- Masks are required for everyone indoors.
- A new seating arrangement makes social distancing easer.
- Some activities, like singing together and sharing snacks, have been suspended.
- All our members and friends have been vaccinated. We encourage everyone to get vaccinated to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
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