COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) INFORMATION

 

For anyone keeping track, it's 2020 and Covid19 is cramping our style...

...growth is often riddled with cramps

 

Resources

Santa Barbara COVID-19 Updates and Information:

PublicHealthSBC.org

Readysbc.org

CountyOfSB.org

California COVID-19 Updates and Information:

COVID19.ca.gov

National COVID-19 Updates and Information:

CDC.gov

United Way to donate, get help and resources including assistance for paying bills, utilities:

UnitedWaySB.org/Covid19

Foodbank of SB County to find food, donate, volunteer:

FoodbankSBC.org

Current Guidelines

Face Coverings- HOO 2002 10.4 (10/17/2020)

Phased Reopening – HOO 2020-12.12 (10/16/2020)

County of Santa Barbara Health Order Effective September 30, 2020 - Red Tier - reopening of indoor operations and in-person services at 25% capacity may resume.

COVID-19 INDUSTRY GUIDANCE: Places of Worship and Providers of Religious Services and Cultural Ceremonies

 

 


County of Santa Barbara Health Order Effective August 12, 2020 - continues closure of indoor operations.  We will continue to live-stream our services on Sundays at 10 AM. 

Per Governor Newsom's order on July 13, 2020, in-person services have been suspended until further notice. We will continue to live-stream our services on Sundays at 10 AM. 

COVID-19 Industry Guidance: Places of Worship and Providers of Religious Services and Cultural Ceremonies - May 25, 2020

County of Santa Barbara Local Guidance for Places of Worship and More Press Release - May 26, 2020

STAY WELL AT HOME ORDER - May 26, 2020 - County of Santa BarbaraDefined Essential Businesses and Defined Lower Risk Businesses- HOO 2020-8.3  with Attachments K & L

STAY WELL AT HOME ORDER - May 22, 2020 - County of Santa Barbara

Temporary Requirement to Use Face Coverings to Slow the Spread of COVID-19, effective 5/26/20-6/30/20.


STAY WELL AT HOME ORDER - April 24, 2020 - County of Santa Barbara

HO Order 2020-8 Clarification

California Pandemic Roadmap

While it's good news to hear that faith-based organizations are considered essential, Unity of Santa Barbara is essentially still closed and services are continuing to be held online through at least the end of May and likely through the end of June, based on the governor's 4-stage reopening plan for California.  We will not be holding services in our parking lot. Thank you for your continued support and understanding during these interesting times.  Stay safe and stay well!