Canada Summer Jobs

The Canada Summer Jobs program helps employers hire summer staff and provide young Canadians access to the jobs they need during this unprecedented time. This program will help create up to 70,000 jobs for youth between 15 and 30 years of age.

For 2020, the changes to the Canada Summer Jobs program will help small businesses hire and keep the workers they need so they can continue to deliver essential services.

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Provided by the Government of Canada

A Faithful Response, with Worship

As we look at how we are responsive to the health needs of our local communities, many churches are making the decision whether to host worship together in person; or virtually to have connection digitally if not possible in person. Congregations are looking towards what their county health officials and local school districts are deciding, and often following suit. 

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Provided by The United Church of Christ, USA

Resources for Responding to Covid-19

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.

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Provided by Discipleship Ministries, United Methodist Church