Resources for Your Church's 
COVID-19 Response



COVID-19: Ways to Respond

On, Jeremy Smith, who pastors a church near the first outbreak in Seattle, provides information about COVID-19, including specific ideas for preparing your facilities and congregations in response to the virus. Numerous resources to aid your preparations can be found at the end of the article. 

A Message from the Committee on Relief
As we have watched and prayed for those across the world that have been affected by COVID-19, we must be more diligent in our efforts to prepare and mitigate the effects of this virus in our local communities. As a church, our first call is to respond and care for those around us, while also making sure we do not put our parishioners at risk. The Committee on Relief has also provided a brochure for churches to help inform their congregations. 
NC Response to COVID-19 From the North Carolina Department of Health & Human Services
Visit the NCDHHS website to stay up-to-date on all official information regarding COVID-19. 
Use Facebook Live to Stream Your Church Events
As a mindful act of care for those church members who may wish to limit social interaction at this time, consider streaming your church events live. On, Jeremy Steele offers simple advice for setting up Facebook Live.


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