COVID-19 Restrictions

St Luke’s Uniting Church Belmont

COVID-19 Restrictions – St Luke’s Uniting Church

Updated 25 February 2022

Good News!  The Synod has advised that from Friday 25 February all restrictions have been lifted according to NSW Govt further easing of restrictions.  This means that we do not need to wear masks, we can sing, we can enjoy morning tea and activities can be resumed.  However, the Synod have asked that we continue to exercise extreme caution and exercise a duty of care in such areas as distancing, the way we serve food and the way we administer communion etc.  Some people may choose to continue to wear masks at worship.  Hand hygiene is still encouraged.  Continue to practice respiratory hygiene (cough and sneeze into elbow).  Stay home if sick.  Thank you to all at St Luke’s who have been diligent in keeping to the restrictions over such a long period of time!  Your assistance has helped to keep St Luke’s safe!