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Two COVID Restrictions Removed March 27

We are so happy to have seen many of you in-person the past few Sundays. We welcome you back to your church home.

Due to the precipitous decline in both overall COVID disease and hospitalizations, the First Church COVID Team is ecstatic to announce we can safely remove some of our restrictions.

As of March 27, we will:

  • no longer require reservations to attend in-person worship services. 
  • begin masked congregational singing.


Importantly, we will still require:

  • proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test within 72 hours of entry
  • wearing a high-quality mask (N95/KN95/KF94).

These safety precautions allow us to take these exciting steps toward a more full worship experience.


Religious Education families, note that weekly reservations for the RE program are no longer necessary. To participate in religious education, please enroll your child in our RE program and check in in the Leenhouts Common Room when you arrive at church each Sunday.

Our COVID Team will continue to monitor the rate of disease in Milwaukee County and assess our safety precautions accordingly.

We look forward to seeing you in person in worship on March 27, where we will celebrate in song!

With care,
Rev. Jennifer Nordstrom, Senior Minister, and

Erik Alexander, MD, COVID Team Chair
Jean Johnson, Director of Administration, FUSM
Lisa Koneazny, RN
Stacy Koenen, Healthcare Administrator
Trudy Watt, Professor of Architecture

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