Author: Hannah Born
For some time, members of our UUCY community and friends have enjoyed getting together on Wednesday mornings at 9 a.m. at a local coffee shop to drink coffee liberally. They have been meeting on Zoom to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but weather permitting, starting … read more.
As of March 14, UUCY will still require proof of vaccination for entry to in-person services; however, the choice to wear a mask or not will be up to each attendee. This may change if infection rates appear to skyrocket as a result to the … read more.
June 22-26, Portland, Oregon
General Assembly is the annual gathering of the Unitarian Universalist Association; it features a variety of programming to learn, worship, and connect with other Unitarian Universalists. Click here for more information. This year the in-person location will be Portland, Oregon from … read more.
Beginning Nov. 7, 2021, UUCY services will be held in person at 407 N. 1st St. on Sundays at 10 a.m. with the exception of Nov. 28 which will be a Tune in Together service via Zoom. These are the policies we will be following, … read more.
With great regret, the service planned for this Sunday in the park has been canceled. COVID-19 is still a concern, and in addition the air quality in Yakima has been unhealthy due to fires. Given the recent trend it seems unlikely to improve much before … read more.
On August 17th the UUCY Board met in an emergency Zoom session regarding in-person services. It was decided to suspend in-person services through the month of August due to the COVID threat and current air quality issues. This decision wasn’t taken lightly. Members of the … read more.
Due to our state’s current surge in cases and the emergence of a more transmissible variant of the COVID-19 virus, we are bringing UUCY’s protocol in line with the CDC’s latest recommendations. Masks are required for all in-person events (Sunday services, meetings, etc.). To be … read more.
Reflecting on Wendell Berry, corona virus, September 11, and community resiliency.
This video message is offered in lieu of our Sunday service an March 15, which was cancelled due to the corona virus health emergency.