Gathering at the Episcopal Church
of the Redeemer
COVID-19 Response Plan
As we transition to in-person gathering in our church building, the Church of the Redeemer leadership and staff continue to look to several sources for assistance. In addition to the guidelines from the diocese and state, our leadership and staff have developed a framework for regathering. This framework is based on data gathered from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local health authorities (Hamilton County Board of Health and Cincinnati Board of Health) as well as consultation with our CARE (COVID Advisory and Response Experts) Team.
This addition of data from the CDC and local health departments provides us with the most current numbers on our local status and more accurately reflects the trends in our community. This information, along with a well-thought-out plan from our Worship Regathering Team, will guide us as we demonstrate Christian love and care and provide for the health and safety of every person. The plan is shared below and will require us all to keep current on the latest information on local conditions.
Make yourself familiar with the plan and keep an eye on this page for an up-to-date assessment of our current phase. Should you have any questions, please contact Emily von Allmen, Senior Warden or Jeff Brokamp, Junior Warden.
We are pleased to report that new cases are at a low enough level now, likely thanks to increasing availability and uptake of vaccinations, that we in Hamilton County are now in the Yellow or Moderate Level of community transmission according to the most recent CDC data.
We are currently in Phase 3 of our Worship Regathering Phases.