Month: March 2020

Getting Started with ZOOM at FUUSE

Zoom is a software service that manages online meetings. At FUUSE, since the Covid-19 pandemic created a need for social distancing and limited gatherings of people in the same spaces, FUUSE has been learning to stay connected with Zoom — along with dozens of Unitarian Universalist churches, societies, and fellowships across the country. Before you … Continued

Etiquette for Online Worship at FUUSE

Enter your name when you log in, so that other people will know you are with us, even if you choose not to show your face. Dress as comfortably as you do when we gather together in the same space. It is nice to see your faces, if you are willing to turn on your … Continued

Gathering When We Cannot Gather

After considering our own sense of risk, the UUA’s unequivocal guidance, and what other organizations are doing we have concluded that the Covid-19 pandemic requires us to stop meeting for worship in person for the time being. Instead we will start worshipping using the Zoom online meeting service. We do this to slow transmission of … Continued