Hillhurst United Church shares their experiences of moving to an online-only production since Covid-19 lockdowns closed churches across the country. It gives some guidance on moving online and how to format services.
The Coronavirus pandemic has impacted nearly every aspect of daily life for people across the globe. Phrases like “social distancing” have become commonplace. In the U.S., most schools and universities have closed; many businesses have temporarily shut their doors or will open for limited hours; and the CDC has recommended large gatherings should not take place at this time.
Local churches are also attempting to respond in appropriate ways, but many congregations have questions. The resources included below can assist your church as it seeks answers about this new reality.
Provided by Discipleship Ministries, United Methodist Church
Each weekday for the foreseeable future, GO in partnership with our friends at Living Presence Ministry will host an hour of camp. Storytelling, special guests, crafts, games and more! Simply click the link before to join the Zoom call with your kids!
11:00am EDT, every weekday
Parents: by clicking this link you consent to your child(ren) joining a public, virtual form. We will have an assigned monitor each day making sure only children in grades 1-7 and their parents are participating.
Provided by The GO Project