COVID-19 and your church!

Apr 21, 2020 | Covid 19, Personal Development, Podcast

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The demands are coming fast and furious. Do we offer services online? Offer communion during those services? How do we minister in a time of isolation? What about ministry in rural settings? Why should our students even study at such a time? Below you’ll find links to resources for exploring such questions:

 

Considerations for those thinking about offering webcasts for the first time

http://c-christopher-smith.com/churches-should-think-twice-before-webcasting-their-worship-services/

 

Nine keys for worship leaders planning online worship

https://network.crcna.org/worship/9-key-tips-planning-online-worship-service

 

Technical resources for moving to online fellowship

https://churchm.ag/tools-for-churches-through-the-pandemic/

 

Communion: Should we even offer it?  Considerations from history, theology, and practice

https://j.hn/digital-communion-summary-of-theology-practices/

 

In a time of isolation, we need each other

https://www.premierdigital.info/post/community-community-community

 

Christianity Today’s  articles for ministry workers related to COVID-19

https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2020/march-web-only/coronavirus-churches-christians-news-advice-covid-19.html

 

Focus on rural America: What one pastor is doing to reach out during COVID-19

https://www.kxan.com/news/coronavirus/bastrop-pastor-turns-soup-kitchen-into-drive-thru-during-coronavirus-restrictions/

 

A word for students: Why learn in wartime—a classic from C. S. Lewis

https://bradleyggreen.com/attachments/Lewis.Learning%20in%20War-Time.pdf\

 

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