From Wednesday the 21st of July, in line with government advice, we will be opening up our shrine room to the public for the first time.
We will be leaving coronavirus safety up to the individuals who attend.
There will be sanitising hand gel on entry, which we’d encourage you to use. We won’t make mask-wearing compulsory – of course you are very welcome to wear a mask during practice and/or afterwards when we have a cup of tea in the dining room. We will leave the door to the shrine room balcony open to allow air to circulate, and keep chairs and cushions further away from each other than usual whenever possible to allow social distancing.
If for any reason you feel unsafe when you arrive or during practice, do feel free to leave the room.
If you would prefer to practice with us from a distance or in the garden for now we offer practice in the temple garden every Saturday at 9am, and practice on Zoom for every practice sessions – see our calendar for more details.
If you have any questions or concerns do email Satya and Kaspa at email@example.com.
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