Helping your church respond to the coronavirus

Ashlee Hand receives a COVID-19 vaccination from EMT Archie Coble during a clinic at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church in Charlotte, N.C. Photo by Mike DuBose, UM News.

Health and Wholeness

How churches can assist in vaccination efforts

United Methodist churches are in a unique position to help vaccinate people against COVID-19 through the sharing information, time, money and resources.

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Communication tips for increasing online giving

Difficult times experienced by members and society alike can have a major impact on church finances. Take full advantage of the power of digital communications to increase online giving during crises.

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Custodian James Jimmerson disinfects pews to prevent any possible spread of the coronavirus at Belmont United Methodist Church in Nashville, Tenn., on Sunday, May 10, 2020, following online worship, which is recorded in the sanctuary. Photo by Mike DuBose, UMNews

Responding to the coronavirus

'Go slow' when reopening church buildings

Churches quickly found innovative ways to do ministry when their buildings closed. Now, slow, careful planning is needed prior to reopening.

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The novel coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic continues to transform how United Methodists are doing church. Technology-based worship, learning, giving, caring, meeting and much more have become the main way of doing ministry in this time.

Check back often for more resources from across the connection and beyond as you continue to serve.