Help St. Louis residents get vaccinated by volunteering to be a general support volunteer at the FEMA Community Vaccination Center at The Dome!

To register for a date and time to help, click here

Description of duties and other information:
Volunteers will provide general support to the vaccination center (non-medical) staff and clients – directing traffic, guiding people to/through the facility, helping with registration and data entry, filling out vaccine cards, monitoring and assisting people in the recovery area. 

Computer skills are helpful for some roles but are not required to volunteer.

You will want to bring any lunch, snacks, or drinks because a 30-minute off-site lunch is not feasible at this site. Bottled water will be available on-site.

Temperature check is taken upon entry, masks are required indoors and within six feet of others, physical distancing when feasible, regular hand washing/hand sanitizing, refraining from touching one’s face, staying home if not feeling well. 

The main entrance to the mass vaccination site is Entry Point C of The Dome, located at the corner of Cole St. and N. Broadway. Free parking for volunteers/staff and the general public can be found at the corner of Cole St. and N. 6th St in the lots on the right-hand side. A shuttle bus is also present to assist with transporting people between the parking lots, Entry Point C (the main entrance), Entry Point D (the main exit), and the ADA-accessible entrance down N. Broadway. 

Stand Your Ground Bible Study: An Introduction to Womanist Theology  Saturday mornings April 10, 17, 24, and May 1, 8 and 15, from 9 to 11 a.m. Central time.

The classes will be taught via Zoom, and will be recorded to be viewed by students who miss a session due to a work or illness event. Cost: $60 
Click here to register.

This study is an introduction to Womanist theology, a way of understanding God and the Bible from the experiences of Black women in the United States.

We will discuss this theological movement’s origins, its commitments to justice for Black women (as well as all persons who suffer oppression), and the relevance of Womanist theology in light of current turmoil in the United States.

To help accomplish these goals, we will read Kelly Brown Douglas’s text, Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies and the Justice of God, which explores the relationship between the murder of Trayvon Martin and the cross of Jesus Christ, amid the history of exploitation of Black bodies in the United States.

The class is taught by Dr. Linda Thomas, Full Professor of Theology and Anthropology, Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago. 

Contact Stephanie Doeschot, Program Administrator at lststlinfo@gmail.com with questions.

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