Resources for Church Leaders about the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Information about COVID-19 is changing seemingly by the hour. Tom Pruski, a registered nurse and director of Wesley Theological Seminary’s Heal the Sick Initiative, urges church leaders to stay current with the latest recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
This webpage from the Centers for Disease Control has the latest updates and Information and should be checked regularly.

Preventing COVID-19 Spread in Communities
This webpage from the Centers for Disease Control includes recommendations for preventing the spread of coronavirus in homes, educational settings, workplaces, faith organizations, and at large gatherings.

COVID-19: Resources for Community- and Faith-Based Leaders
This webpage from the Centers for Disease Control provides interim guidance, a checklist for faith and community leaders, cleaning and disinfection recommendations, and more .

COVID-19: Recommended Preventative Practices and FAQs for Faith-based and Community Leaders
This PDF from The Partnership Center and the Center for Faith and Opportunity Initiatives of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services includes links to information for congregations and additional information.

 


Heal the SickWesley Theological Seminary’s Heal the Sick program seeks to equip faith community members and leaders to support congregations’ development of health ministries and link such ministries with hospitals, community organizations, public health institutions, and health care providers.

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About Author

Tom Pruski

Tom Pruski, DMin, is a registered nurse with a Masters in Pastoral Studies and over 20 years of health ministry experience. He serves as director of Wesley Theological Seminary’s Heal the Sick program, coordinating and developing faith community health networks, institutional and congregational partnerships. Dr. Pruski has trained over 300 health advocates, including faith community first responders, to prepare and conduct a variety of health and wellness initiatives in their congregations.


Journey Through the Psalms“Journey Through the Psalms” Adult Christian Study Now Available on Download for Online Groups

Regularly $75 – Now Only $5 through April 30

 

To provide churches an alternative to in-person study groups during this time of social distancing, we have made Journey Through the Psalms available on download. And through April 30 we’ve reduced the price from $75 to only $5 to allow more churches to benefit from distance learning. Learn more and watch a sample video lesson now.