This page will contain the latest updates regarding the impacts of COVID-19 on the Vox community and our ability to gather together. (Last updated: 2/1/22)
We acknowledge that this has been a long and difficult season for our community and the world around us. We understand how important physical presence and connection are in this disconnected time and we are doing our best to discern and meet the needs of our community in a safe way that embodies love for our neighbors and ourselves. We continue to hold hope and a posture of humility with one another as we navigate this together.
Our leadership team is leaning on Austin Public Health and our Vox health professionals for guidance around when and how we make our in-person liturgy available and safe.
- Liturgy is currently in-person
- For more details and context about our re-opening plans click here.
- Online liturgy can be found on our YouTube channel
- Greenhouse classes are currently limited capacity
- Please register for our in-person Greenhouse classes
- Online Greenhouse videos can be found on our YouTube channel
Contact Tracing Email List
If you would like to receive an email notification of possible COVID exposure from a Vox event or liturgy, please sign up here.
The following are safety precautions that Vox is taking and recommending in order for our community safely gather together:
- all those serving in liturgy roles will be vaccinated
- at this time we are requiring masks indoors at Vesper
- if anyone is exhibiting symptoms of illness we ask that you please stay safely at home
- for those needing access to vaccinations or boosters, recommendations and resources can be provided
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