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Mask and Vax Policy

To enter Eliot Unitarian Chapel's building at any time, any day of the week, everyone is expected to be vaccinated and to wear a mask. 

 

On Sundays:

  • Everyone over two years of age who attends worship in person is required to wear a surgical mask, KN95 mask, or N95 mask – cloth masks provide too little protection. If you forget, we will have masks available for you to wear.Masks must cover nose and mouth.
  • We ask everyone to be mindful of social distancing and to spread throughout the sanctuary. 
  • If you are able to secure home COVID tests, please test before you come to service.  
  • If you are feeling unwell in any way, please stay home and join us online.
  • As always, vaccination for all those eligible is required to attend in person. If you are eligible for a booster, please get one.

 

Welcome to Eliot Chapel's Sunday service!

 

Sunday, August 7 – 10:00 am

The Emperor Really Does Have No Clothes! – Rev. Krista Taves 

We are in a time when distortions of truth have become weapons in the pursuit of power. In this era of sound bites, clickbait and 24-hour news cycles, can the truth still set us free?

Featured musicians: David Nalesnik, piano; Beth Curtiss, songleader.

 

 

Eliot Chapel worships in person in our Sanctuary as well as offering a livestream option online. Our in-person services take place at 10:00 am Sunday mornings. The livestream service will appear here on the website and on our YouTube channel for viewing.

 

You may download an order of service here which includes lyrics to our hymns.

 

 

If you are a guest or newcomer, we welcome you! Email welcome@eliotchapel.org to get connected right away. You may also sign the guest book where you can choose to opt in to our communications list, find out about religious education programming for children, or talk to someone about any questions you have about Eliot Chapel or Unitarian Universalism. Thanks for joining us today!

 

Every Sunday, Eliot Chapel shares half of the offertory with an organization in the community whose work reflects our shared values. In August, we're sharing our offering with Kirkwood Area Every Child Promise (KAEChP). The Promise: Every child and family are prepared for success as they enter kindergarten. What does that mean? Families must be connected to the basic resources necessary to have stability and hope. Children must have access to the life and learning experiences that give context and meaning to new knowledge.

 

Here’s how you can give:

  • Online: Click here. Make sure “Shared Plate” is your chosen fund.
  • By Mail: Please write “KAEChP” in the memo line of your check and mail it to Eliot Unitarian Chapel, 100 South Taylor Ave., Kirkwood, MO 63122. 
  • By Text: Text "Eliot SharedPlate $(enter the amount)" to 73256. A link in the reply text will take you to our secure database webpage where you can complete your transaction. Please note, "SharedPlate" must be entered as one word to reach that preferred option.
 

August 7, 2022

Upcoming Services

Sunday, August 7 – 10:00 am

The Emperor Really Does Have No Clothes! – Rev. Krista Taves 

We are in a time when distortions of truth have become weapons in the pursuit of power. In this era of sound bites, clickbait and 24-hour news cycles, can the truth still set us free?

 

 

Support for Ukraine

 

In March, many were asking how we could support the people struggling for their freedom and their lives in Ukraine. The Partner Church Council reached out to our partner church in Romania, asking if we could help refugees entering their country. Unitarians in Transylvania were already volunteering their help through the Hungarian Unitarian Church. You can read Rev. Sandor Kiss’s message in a recent This Week at Eliot. Eliot Chapel decided to dedicate the collection for the two following Sundays to aid Ukraine through this effort, and in early April, we wired $7,500 to the Hungarian Unitarian Church's Providence Aid Association for Ukrainian Assistance. We have recently learned of the impact of this gift. Watch the video above to hear directly from the aid workers and see photos and read reports to learn more.

 

Ukrainian Emergency Response Report, March 2022

Ukrainian Emergency Response Report, April 2022

 

Ukraine emergency response March 2022 p1

 

Ukraine emergency response April 2022 p2

 

Ukraine emergency response April 2022 p3

 

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Eliot Unitarian Chapel      100 South Taylor Ave.     Kirkwood, MO 63122     314-821-0911