Coronavirus Update

Coronavirus (Covid-19) update

Like the rest of the country and the world, Centenary Uniting Church is adapting and responding to the Covid-19 pandemic. We will continue to support our community, and this remains our highest priority, while adhering to the latest Government advice. As we have updates to this topic, they will be communicated on this page and in the weekly Centenary Life newsletters. (To receive Centenary Life, subscribe using the button below)

Current Status as of 6 April, 2022.

  • While most restrictions have now been removed we remain conscious that variants of the virus remain prevalent in our community. We are also conscious that many in our church community remain vulnerable because of age or because of compromised immune systems.
    The Winter months are also approaching and so the possible risk of contracting the virus could increase.

  • With these factors in mind we ask everyone attending worship services at the church to take appropriate care to maintain physical distance as much as possible respecting other’s space.
    We also encourage everyone to use the hand sanitizer on entering and leaving the church.
    Whilst mask wearing is not currently required we encourage any who prefer to wear a mask to do so.

  • The church continues to be set up with increased spacing between pews. The church also continues to clean the facilities, and in particular high contact points, on a regular basis.

  • We also ask that any who are unwell or have Covid like symptoms do not attend at the church but rather take advantage of our live streaming service from this website each Sunday morning from 8:20 am.

(See the Queensland Government website full recommendations here)

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Advice from the Queensland Synod
Whilst services are able to continue, our utmost priority is the safety of our members. Some areas for consideration include:

  • whether to meet is in the best interests of the safety of our members, their loved ones, and the wider community
  • increased vigilance with cleaning, personal hygiene, and physical distancing
  • any signs of illness, no matter how mild, the person should be provided with a face mask and requested to leave and seek COVID-19 testing

Links to information from the Queensland Synod

Latest advice from Queensland Synod

List of Churches Live Streaming Worship

Queensland Synod Coronavirus FAQs