You're livestreaming your services, studies, and even bedtime stories, and we want to join you! Submit your livestreams to join the virtual church list on the Conference website.
To help during this time of social distancing, check out this list of virtual ministry resources compiled by the WNCC Resource Center.
"As churches decided to suspend worship services during the outbreak of COVID-19, many opted to move their worship services online. For larger churches who do this on a weekly basis, this was an easy task. For some churches, this was unexplored territory, as pastors learned new technology..."
In response to the rapid spread of COVID-19, Bishop Leeland has recommended to suspend public worship until the end of March. In order to facilitate continued worship during this time the Church Development office is offering the following resources to help churches transition to online streaming and online giving.
Tom Pruski outlines six steps congregations should take in response to the Coronavirus in keeping with guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control. Pruski, a registered nurse, is director of Wesley Theological Seminary's Heal the Sick Initiative that equips leaders for congregational health ministries.
"As a public service, this document was created to help churches decide how to respond before the virus reaches their ministry contexts."
As a mindful act of care for those church members who may wish to limit social interaction at this time, consider streaming your church events live. Jeremy Steele offers simple advice for setting up Facebook Live.