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What Now? Creative Tool for COVID-19 Planning
This 3-hour self-facilitated planning process helps teams think creatively to make an action plan.
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Letters to the Church: Encouragement and Engagement for the 2020 Election
During the confusion of the Trump Era, this book provides biblical reflection and encouragement for the church to take action for a better future.
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Jewish Values and the Coronavirus
This resource hub supports value-based leadership and ethical decision making during COVID-19.
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The Challenges and Opportunities of the Post-pandemic Church
This online resource describes COVID-19’ s impact and identifies opportunities to explore alongside the challenges.
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Spiritual & Communal Responses to COVID-19
This Facebook group is a forum where multi-faith clergy can share COVID-19 practices and discuss congregational life.
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Questions Your Church Should Answer Before People Return
This list of practical questions will help prepare staff and volunteers to reopen the congregation.
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7 Shifts Churches Need to Make Because of the Coronavirus
This article encourages intentional leadership shifts to remain vital during COVID-19.
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Leading Church in Complex COVID-19 Times
This simple video orients leaders to the evolving impact of COVID-19. Then it explains how to shift to a hybrid model of small groups and online ministry.
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11 Self-care Reminders for Clergy and Other Caregivers
This article lists healthy self-care ideas to alleviate compassion fatigue and stress during COVID-19.
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SDPC Resources for Coronavirus
Curated for Black clergy and lay leaders, this list of resources addresses justice and all congregational matters related to COVID-19.
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How Should Leaders Respond to a Pandemic?
These thoughtful articles explore how congregations can respond during a pandemic and remain true to their mission.
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Managing Your Church's Communication During Coronavirus (COVID-19)
This article helps congregations create effective and concise messages during an evolving crisis. Considerations include the amount of information, what’ s most important, and the best communication channels.
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