Great news – we’re going back to our old digs at 4327 Troost for Sunday services and Games Nights beginning on Sunday, April 3!
As case rates drop across the KC metro, we want to take the opportunity to see each other in person again. We recognize that COVID-19 has not gone away, though; some risks remain, especially to our disabled and chronically ill community members. We are committed to minimizing health risks at our events. We are also committed to continuing to reach those of you who need or prefer to come to us online. We ask for everyone’s help in keeping those commitments. Things may not look quite like “normal” at Gaia events, even if we are gathering in physical space again, and we ask for your patience and support as we continue to navigate this situation in accordance with our care for one another.
What does that mean? First, it means that we will continue to hold a virtual space for our rituals and other services. If distance or circumstances keep you from visiting us in person, we will still be there for you. This may be a rocky process at first as we figure out how to create multi-platform services. But over the last year, we’ve picked up some skills and some equipment to help us, and we’re going to keep learning and growing in this area.
Second, it means that we are not abandoning all our pandemic precautions in a rush to be together again. We are taking a slow and steady pace in opening up to in-person events, and things may change as conditions change. Please check out our COVID practices page for more information about what to expect.
We’re very excited about this change, and can’t wait to see you (in person or online) soon!