Modified on: March 31, 2020
Connect with us through our care for one another, fellowship, and learning.
We care for one another:
- Our Pastoral Care team has moved swiftly into action, reaching out to some of our most vulnerable members and friends to check in and establish contact. We are strengthening the lines of communication between us, and this highly organized effort will broaden in the coming weeks.
- DARE: This app, for download on smart phones, has free components to help when we experience anxiety or panic. If news of the pandemic and physical distancing guidance are causing you anxiety, this app has proven very helpful. Check it out, and share it with others: https://dareresponse.com/.
- If you need support in any way, please connect with us directly. Check on friends and neighbors, and let us know if you learn of someone in need. We are here for each other. You can reach our minister, Scott Neely, at firstname.lastname@example.org / 864-590-8260 and the Pastoral Care Team through Co-Chairs Joyce Harrison (email@example.com) and Mitch Eisner (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Fellowship & Learning
We love one another. We can do much to enjoy our relationships, and even deepen them, during this time:
- Our Director of Religious Education, Sybil Argintar, is in communication with all of our children, youth, and families, and will provide RE materials for families to enjoy together at home.
- Our Covenant Groups are connecting with their members, and one of our groups will pilot meeting via Zoom this evening.
- Our ministry intern, Anne Garner, and minister, Scott Neely, are creating on-line social gathering and learning spaces through which we may fellowship with one another. Watch for these opportunities over the next few weeks–we will send specific information and links as plans are finalized.
Wednesday Evening: Meditation & Fellowship via Zoom
- 5:30-6:00 pm: Meditation, shared silence followed with music by our own Keith Plumley.
- 6:00-7:00 pm: Happy Hour with Anne, a time to see friends, check-in, and be together even when we are apart.