COVID-19 and WAYS WE CAN CONTINUE TO BE THE CHURCH TOGETHER:
- Join us for Sunday worship at 10 am on ZOOM. Like us on Facebook and spread the word.
- Tune in at: www.youtube.com/channel/UCbLDQFc7Iu7GzAtcfvhNyTQ
- Join us for ZOOM Gatherings, on Wednesday and Sundays at 7:30 pm beginning April 15th. These will afford us an opportunity to be community together and just check in with one another.
- Call, Face-time, Skype, etc…. members of the congregation. This is a time where we all need community, support, and contentedness. Please consider calling or even emailing someone in the congregation each day, once a week, etc… If you would like, you can email the Church and let us know who you have been reaching out to so we can assure all our members are being engaged.
- GENEROSITY: As always, please consider giving electronically (there is a GIVE button on our website) or by mailing the Church. CCC’s revenue sources are significantly reduced currently, and while our cost of doing ministry is also less, we are still in urgent need of financial support.
- SPIRITUAL PRACTICES: Engage in spiritual practices such as: prayer; meditation; read & reflect on scripture or other literature that draws you closer to the divine; spend time outdoors; communicate with someone you care about; engage in art, music, poetry, etc… that reminds you of joy, hope, and love; and/or find outlets for creativity—color, paint, sing, write, build, learn to play an instrument, etc…
- DONATE BLOOD: If it is safe for you to do so and you are able, blood donations are desperately needed and being conducted in safe ways to ensure social distancing.
- Record a message of generosity to share with the congregation: GENEROSITY. Do you have a story or message of generosity to share with our faith community? Send your videos to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will post them over the coming weeks.
- Have patience and grace with anyone you may be “housed” with. Some of us are isolated alone in our homes. Some of us are lucky enough to have family members or loved ones living with us. For parents and care-givers especially, the stress of isolation from support, and potentially increased demands for caring for others, is immense. During this time, we can practice grace and patience both with ourselves and those living with us. Remember, we are all likely doing our best.