COVID-19 Resources

We are here to support you in navigating this COVID-19 pandemic by providing compassionate care for the physical, mental, and spiritual health of your parish, family, friends, and wider community during this uncertain time. This page will be updated continuously, so please check back for updates.

Regathering Protocols — As of 5/24/21

The Diocesan COVID-19 Task Force continues to use a data-driven approach in monitoring public health conditions. In light of this data, as of 5/24/21, the Phase 4 gathering and worship protocols (see details) allow for the expansion of our opportunities for both indoor and outdoor worship, which may be used immediately at the discretion of your rector and vestry.


Updates from Bishop Robert C. Wright

March 24, 2021

A Second Wind

Brothers and sisters in Christ, as we begin the season of Pentecost, I write to make an announcement regarding our common life.

When the CDC released its most recent Covid guidelines, we responded with revisions to our Diocesan protocols offering choir singing, the distribution of Communion in familiar ways and opportunities for the fully vaccinated to worship without masks. At that time I told you those revisions were only an initial response.

After continued consideration and consultation, I write to announce that all Diocesan Covid protocols are strongly advised but are no longer mandatory. Going forward each congregation’s clergy, lay leaders and Covid task forces are, at minimum, to comply directly with the CDC’s Covid guidelines that include, for those who are not fully vaccinated, masking indoors for any gathering and masking outdoors for large gatherings.

With the exception of offering the Common cup, which is still prohibited, clergy and lay leaders will now have full authority to conduct worship, formation events, and meetings in compliance with the CDC’s protocols. For some this will be welcome news and for others this will provoke anxiety. But in my judgement, after fourteen months we have reached the point of making this important shift.

Still, while the data from the CDC are an important part of our decision-making equation, it isn’t the last word for the Body of Christ. The CDC guidelines for us, the followers of Jesus, represent a floor height for our understandings and undertakings not the ceiling height! For us there are theological principles and a moral imperative that guide how we live with and for one another. In short, our calling is to “…esteem one another higher than ourselves” and to “…respect the dignity of every human being.” Phil. 2:3-5, BCP pgs. 304-305

As your Bishop and Chief Pastor, I continue to implore you to err on the side of caution and community over the individual freedoms of a few. I urge you to mount congregational vaccination campaigns among your members to be vaccinated as soon as possible. I invite you to pace the embrace of this new shift at a rate that is best for your specific community. And, I reassure you that you are not alone as you take up this work. Your colleagues as well as my staff and I remain beside you as resources and partners.

Our journey together for more than a year has been a difficult one. We have lost loved ones. There has been isolation, fear, disorientation, even anger. But there has also been interdependence, faith, generosity and innovation. This Covid fire has scorched us, but it has also refined us.

An immense debt of gratitude is owed to our Diocesan Covid Task Force: Dr. Jodie Guest, Mr. Mike McAuliffe, the Rev. Caroline McGee and Canon Alicia Schuster-Weltner. I ask that you join me in thanking God for each of them and their willingness to stand at the very complicated intersection of science and faith in support of our well being. They will continue to be a council of advice for me in the days ahead.

Finally, both professional and recreational athletes understand the phrase “a second wind.” It refers to a person’s ability to breathe freely after having been out of breath. It refers to new strength and energy to continue something that is an exertion. My hope and prayer is that with this announcement we will experience our second wind individually and collectively in the service of Christ and our neighbors.

I sincerely thank you for your prayers and partnership, especially these last fourteen months. Know that you remain in my prayers.

In Christ

+Rob Wright

March 14, 2021

An Update on COVID-19 Protocols From Bishop Robert C. Wright

Dear friends in Christ,

I write in response to yesterday’s good news from the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

Now, fully vaccinated persons without a mask may “attend a full capacity indoor worship service, sing in an indoor chorus and attend small outdoor gatherings with fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people.”

These new liberties however are not extended to the unvaccinated or the partially vaccinated. They are “less safe” and “least safe” in a gathering of people from multiple households or in a full capacity indoor worship service. For those who have yet to be fully vaccinated, the CDC continues to urge the wearing of masks and use of social distancing both indoors and outdoors.

Therefore, while the CDC’s new guidelines are welcome news for us as individuals, they represent continued complications for us a community of faith made up of vaccinated, partially vaccinated and unvaccinated persons, as well as overwhelmingly unvaccinated young people and those of all ages who are immunocompromised. Please also bear in mind that presently, the percentage of Georgia residents that are fully vaccinated is 28%, and those having received one dose is 37%.

“The Episcopal Church Welcomes You”, is what the sign outside most of our churches reads which means practically, our clergy, vestries, and Covid Task Forces, in each context will have to decide how best to honor both the freedom of some and the welcome of all, equally. In our enthusiasm, my hope is that we will not inadvertently shame people or develop two tiers of membership in Christ’s church. In the words of the Apostle Paul, “ Be careful not to let your freedom become a stumbling block to others….” 1 Cor. 8:9

As only an initial response to the new CDC guidelines and in an effort to continue to support your work in creating safe and equitable opportunities for gathering, I offer the following list of revisions to existing Diocesan protocols that may be implemented as soon as is best for your worshipping community:

In the event a congregation or specific worship service is only attended by fully vaccinated persons, singing is permitted and no masks are necessary.

In worship services where the vaccination status of participants is unknown, masks remain required.

Pre-Covid worship practices may resume, e.g. Processions and the distribution of Communion in one kind at the altar rail without tongs, etc.

Fully vaccinated clergy, lay worship leaders and lectors may go without a mask while actively leading worship except when distributing Communion.

Fully vaccinated choirs may rehearse and sing indoors and outdoors without a mask.

Congregational singing may resume outdoors with masks.

Generally, masks should continue to be worn by all in settings when vaccination status of participants is unknown.

This list, of course, is not exhaustive. In the days ahead I will be in conversation with our Diocesan Covid Task Force in support of the safe and equitable advancement of the work and privileges Christ has entrusted to us.

With every blessing,

+Rob Wright

March 10, 2021

An Update on COVID-19 Protocols From Bishop Robert C. Wright

Brothers and Sisters, greetings to you in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ.

It has been almost one year since our worship has moved out of our sanctuaries to online and outdoor expressions.

I write today to announce the addition of an indoor option to our worship.

This announcement comes because COVID cases are declining, hospitalizations due to COVID are decreasing and those receiving vaccinations are increasing.

Based on that data, every congregation may add an in-person indoor worship option effective immediately based on Diocesan protocols and subject to the discretion of your Rector and Vestry.

That said, the danger of COVID-19 still prevents us from gathering for worship in full measure and with full confidence, so we resume worship indoors, honoring spacing protocols and in numbers not to exceed seventy-five persons.

There are a universe of details to be attended to in due course, and I and my staff stand ready to support you as we embark on this transition to the next normal.

But this announcement is not about details. This announcement is about me giving God thanks for our COVID task force, my staff and every priest, deacon and layperson of this Diocese for making the sacrifices that make the love of Jesus and the love of neighbor real.

With all Christian affection,

+Rob Wright

May 5, 2021

An Update on COVID-19 Protocols From Bishop Robert C. Wright

Brothers and Sisters, greetings to you in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ.

It has been almost one year since our worship has moved out of our sanctuaries to online and outdoor expressions.

I write today to announce the expansion of our opportunities for both indoor and outdoor worship, which may be used immediately at the discretion of your rector and vestry.

This announcement comes because COVID cases are declining, hospitalizations due to COVID are decreasing and those receiving vaccinations are increasing.

That said, the danger of COVID-19 still prevents us from gathering for worship in full measure and with full confidence, so we continue to honor specific protocols to keep all our people safer.

There are a universe of details to be attended to in due course, and I and my staff stand ready to support you as we embark on this transition to the next normal.

But this announcement is not about details. This announcement is about me giving God thanks for our COVID task force, my staff and every priest, deacon and layperson of this Diocese for making the sacrifices that make the love of Jesus and the love of neighbor real.

With all Christian affection,

+Rob Wright

August 18, 2020

Update from Bishop Wright

Siblings in Christ, what follows are opportunities for us to enlarge our expressions of care for God’s people in this pandemic. Guided by faith and science under these gateway protocols we can baptize, marry, gather in small groups and better tend to the sick and dying. While we are a long way from our familiar pastoral care and worship patterns, I am nevertheless delighted to commend these initiatives. Many thanks to our COVID-19 Task Force for their good and thoughtful work in producing these protocols and to St. Luke’s Atlanta for their initiative and good work on the pilgrimage model.

God bless you,

Robert +

July 20, 2020

Update from Bishop Wright

Friends, I hope this finds you well.

As we continue to fight on as the followers of Jesus in extraordinary times let me reaffirm a couple of things:

1. God is still God, Jesus remains Lord and the power of the Holy Spirit is the source of our strength to endure and bear witness in the real world! And, the church cannot and is not closed! As important as our sanctuaries are to us, buildings are not the church!

2. We believe that God has given us the gift of reason and science is her first child. Therefore, science is a resource for Christian living. I agree with the medical experts that social distancing, wearing masks, and washing our hands frequently and thoroughly will help us defeat COVID-19. In response to the science and in an attempt to fulfill Jesus’ call to radical love and neighborliness, we continue to worship together online until such time that it is reasonably safe to regather in person.

3. Finally, given the way the COVID-19 numbers are going and the great danger the virus poses especially to those of us who are in our sixties and beyond, I am asking you to give intention and imagination to what the Fall can look like if we remain online or can only gather outdoors in very small groups for a time.

Even with the present limitations this pandemic has forced on us, I rejoice that there are still opportunities for important conversations, Christian formation, learning, generosity, and mission work all around us. You and I focusing and participating in the never-ending mission of Jesus Christ to the world, even now, can give our present inconveniences, annoyances and even afflictions new meaning. For us, the mission to make Christ real in the world gives meaning to all the ups and downs of life.

I remain proud of the Diocese of Atlanta. I remain grateful and inspired by our partnership with one another and with the Lord of Life.

God bless you,

Robert +

July 7, 2020

Re-gathering Update

Beloved in Christ, since providing our protocols for Re-Gathering in the middle of June, three important things have happened:

1. Spikes in COVID-19 cases and hospitalization have increased rapidly.

2. Gov. Kemp has extended the State of Emergency until August 11.

3. 1400 health care workers have petitioned Gov. Brian Kemp to “close bars and nightclubs and prohibit indoor gatherings of more than 25 people, including at places of worship to slow the rapid increase of infection.”

I write to urge you as you are considering re-gathering to account for these factors and postpone in person worship while we continue to do all we can to monitor numbers and support measures to decrease transmission. I ask for your partnership. I know very well the pressure you are under by some to re-gather. And, I also know the very real void many are feeling, having been away from one another, our sanctuaries and the Sacraments. Still, the state of Georgia ranks among the top ten in the country for COVID-19 infections in the country!

With all Christian affection,

Robert +

“Be careful, however, that the exercise of your rights does not become a stumbling block to the weak.”
1 Cor. 8-9

June 17, 2020

Re-gathering Resources

Siblings in Christ, what follows are guidelines in support of worshipping communities desiring to resume in-person worship. This offering is published expecting that parish leaders and clergy have already been imagining and planning for just such an occasion. These documents include the efforts of our Re-Gathering Task Force to lay out the parameters for both planning for and reflecting theologically on returning to in-person gatherings during this time.

To that end, in addition to policy, the main Guidance document includes a series of questions to be answered by parish leadership in preparation for re-gathering and beyond. These questions, I hope, will lead to important reflection and refreshment as we endeavor to harness all we have learned about being Christ’s church over the last thirteen weeks.

Thank you to Jodie Guest, Mike McAuliffe, and Caroline McGee for your bright minds and hard work in developing this important first step in re-gathering for the diocese. This work will continue in the coming weeks and months. Alicia Schuster Weltner of my staff is available for questions.

With all Christian affection,

Robert +

May 26, 2020

Our Response to the President Urging Houses of Worship Be Reopened

A COVID-19 task force of clergy, legal, financial and public health experts is studying the complex issues affecting our 117 worshiping communities, including parishes, schools, and direct service ministries in 75 1/2 counties in middle and north Georgia.

The Right Reverend Robert C. Wright, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta said Saturday that he will be guided by the task force’s recommendations and Christian imperatives as he decides when and how to reopen in person worship services and other church gatherings.

“Our chief directive is always the love of neighbor, which means sometimes we will have to exceed secular directives and pressures,” Bishop Wright stated.

In March, Bishop Wright directed all worship and meetings in the Diocese of Atlanta be moved online until at least May 24. Despite Georgia Governor Brian Kemp in April allowing churches to reopen, Bishop Wright maintained an online only policy and on May 7, directed that all meetings, worship, and pastoral care remain online or by other remote means until further notice and that the diocesan summer camp would be closed for 2020.

“While I realize that phrases like “until further notice” can and will trigger intense feelings of uncertainty and disorientation in some,” Bishop Wright wrote, “my prayer is that this time of uncertainty will produce new certainty about the gift of faith that we enjoy,” closing his announcement with a quotation from Galatians 6:9 – Do not grow weary in well-doing, for in due season we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.

With all Christian affection,

Robert +

May 7, 2020

A Special Update from Bishop Wright

Beloved in Christ,

I hope this finds you trusting God. In March I directed that all meetings, pastoral care, and worship of the diocese be moved online until at least May 24th in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. After much consultation with our Presiding Bishop and a team of health care professionals from our diocese, I am now directing that all meetings, worship, and pastoral care remain online or by other remote means until further notice, effective today.

In addition, Mikell Leaders, in consultation and agreement with the Bishop and Bishop’s staff, have decided that the safest and best course of action is to cancel all summer programs at Camp Mikell for summer 2020. Please read the additional statement from Camp Mikell’s leadership here.

Like you, this prolonged absence from one another in worship and the disruption of much of our good work causes me feelings of loss and grief. Still, our loss and grief in this regard is a small price to pay to keep one another healthy and safe. More than that, increasingly and marvelously, individuals and congregations in the diocese are “…hewing out of this mountain of despair a stone of hope.” To them I say, thank you and well done.

As the weeks unfold, know that my team and I will continue to consult with a wide circle of advisers and health care professionals to determine when it is reasonably safe to begin to worship in person. We will continue to provide updates through our twice monthly zoom calls with clergy and wardens and more widely as circumstances evolve.

While I realize that phrases like “until further notice” can and will trigger intense feelings of uncertainty and disorientation in some, my prayer is that this time of uncertainty will produce new certainty about the gift of faith that we enjoy. “Do not grow weary in well-doing, for in due season we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.” Galatians 6:9

With all Christian affection,

Robert +

April 22, 2020

An Uplifting Update for Worship Guidelines

Greetings Sisters and Brothers, I hope this finds you resolved to trust God.

I write to lift my last directive prohibiting live-streaming and recording of worship on our campuses and in our sanctuaries. Effective immediately, you may resume live streaming and recording of worship in and on church grounds as best suit your worshipping community. This, of course, assumes the continuation of no more than ten people in the building at any given time and strict physical distancing maintained at all times.

Worship guidelines have been updated to the COVID Situation Response Google Doc.

In due course and only when I am advised by health and safety professionals that it is reasonably safe, will I offer the possibility of in-person worship for our Diocese. Until then let us bring imagination to how we care for one another, new power to our proclamation of God’s good news, and new effectiveness to how we support those who are oppressed by fear and lack.

In all this let us remember our perennial chief directive, “to love God and to love neighbor.”

With all Christian affection,

Robert +

April 21, 2020

Positivity in Perplexity

Hello all, the bible says that “we are perplexed but not in despair.”

Indeed we are not in despair because our hope is in the Almighty-ness of God, the Cross of Jesus, the power of the Holy Spirit and the gift of fellowship with one another. These are our aids as we live out our calling in these perplexing pandemic times. So get waist deep in this hope, read your bible, say your prayers, talk things over with some smart folks and have a good laugh, God is still God.

With all Christian affection,

Robert +

April 15, 2020

From Bishop Wright on the Season of Easter

Christ is Risen! Hello Brothers and Sisters, I hope you are well. Thank you all for the incredible effort and care that went into leading worship throughout Holy Week and Easter Sunday.

Now we move into a phase of leadership that calls us to virtually assemble groups of parish leaders to think about how we go forward. That will involve, of course, continued sharing of the responsibility of the life of the parish. It will necessarily also involve great pastoral sensitivity asking our members to join us in giving sacrificially to offset the financial effects of COVID-19 on our work.

In all of the work that is still left for us to do and reimagine, I am sustained by St. Paul’s encouragement by way of distinction, “ …we are afflicted but not crushed; perplexed but not in despair, persecuted but not forsaken….” I continue to give God thanks for our common faith in Jesus resurrected.

Grace and power,

Robert +

April 2, 2020

From Bishop Wright on Shelter in Place Directive

God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.
Psalm 46.1

Brothers and Sisters,

In response to the most recent directive of Governor Kemp calling for a statewide shelter in place beginning Friday, April 3rd and lasting until April 13th, I am hereby directing all members of The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta to comply, effective immediately. This specifically includes no longer assembling to record or live stream worship from a church sanctuary or campus. All worship should now be offered by individuals from home.

Now is the time for us as clergy and lay worship leaders to join fully with our congregations in this imposed fasting from our houses of worship. While some may want to claim religious exemption to the stay at home order, I nevertheless see this as an opportunity for us to partner with our Governor and the heroic health care community of our state to defeat the COVID-19 virus. I respectfully ask for your partnership in this leadership effort.

God bless you,


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March 26, 2020

Covid-19 Response Guidelines


I hope this finds you encouraged by the Spirit. What follows is an attempt at providing additional clarity about worship and especially the Eucharist as we continue to worship online.

First, let me say that I expect the obvious, that the Eucharistic theology of the Book of Common Prayer remains central to all that we imagine. Second, that we bring sensitivity to the fact that the Diocese of Atlanta is a diocese consisting of 117 worshipping communities in 75 1/2 counties. And that under our big tent even prior to COVID-19, we held wildly diverse understandings of what it means to convene the faithful for the Lord’s Supper.

Nevertheless, our present reality is unprecedented in the world and in the church. Therefore, it is incumbent on us who have been given the privilege of convening worship to hold fast to our tradition while simultaneously accounting for the exigencies of the times. This is no easy task and yet, according to the BCP pg. 9, it is the good and deep work of what it means to be an Anglican.

So let me share a menu of ways many of us are already responding. (This list is not exhaustive.)

God bless you,


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March 24, 2020

Update on COVID-19:


Two weeks ago we moved all worship and meetings in the Diocese of Atlanta online until further notice. Regrettably, now given the rapidly increasing amount of cases of Covid-19 in the state of Georgia and given the average age of our membership, it’s clear we should continue to worship and meet online until May 24.

This of course includes Holy Week, Clergy Renewal of Vows, and Easter. We establish this timeline with the full support of our Presiding Bishop.

Between now and May 24, we will be monitoring the situation regularly and updating the diocese as necessary relying on the expertise and experience of a diverse council of advice.

To be sure, there are a host of practical considerations and questions that are emerging as we adapt to this challenge. Know that my staff and I are preparing a list of resources, supports and initiatives to be sent out before the end of this week to assist you as you do the work of the church.

Finally, as I have said in other places, I continue to be proud of and inspired by so many of you. This is not the Lent that we wanted, but this is the Lent we have. And though God did not cause this virus, God and God’s church can use this virus!

So many are adapting to this extraordinary season of disruption and challenge with collegiality and imagination, with generosity and with grit. And I sincerely thank you! Also, I urge you not to simply endure these present circumstances, but to lean in.

Be on high alert for how this virus can help us more deeply live into being partners with Jesus Christ for the world. Know that I am right beside you in this and the Spirit is beside us all.

Now is a great time to remember that we as the followers of Jesus are “salt and light.” So let us season these times with a mature and public faith in God. And let us illuminate God’s trustworthiness even as we face a forest of daily question marks.

The church is not closed, she is adapting!

God bless you. Be encouraged.

Clergy, continue to be free to open churches to any recognized 12-step programs that still wish to gather. 12-step programs are life-saving and, wherever it is safely possible, they should be allowed to continue. Leaders and participants of such programs must agree to abide by the current health and safety practices that have been issued to the general public.

Also, if funerals have already been scheduled and cannot be postponed, they must be celebrated adhering to the current restrictions on attendance and physical distance. However, no new funerals or memorial services should be planned for this period.



March 16, 2020

Update on COVID-19: Finding New Ways to Foster Connection


Allow me to say how proud I am of the Diocese of Atlanta! So many of you are bringing imagination, compassion and good cheer to this pandemic. I was heartened to see the variety of online worship and prayer opportunities that are already being offered across our Diocese.

Still, after much consultation and prayer, and in light of the most recent update from the CDC, I have decided to direct every congregation to move all worship and meetings online effective immediately and until further notice. Now is the time for us to use the gift of our tradition along side of new ways to practice being the body of Christ and to deepen our connections with one another and with the wider world.

To that end, links to resources for individual and family devotions can be found here on this page.

In all of this, I encourage you to be on high alert for the Spirit’s blessings in this disruption! The church cannot be cancelled, the church can only adapt! Press on, take care of one another, take care of yourself, God Is Trustworthy! “These present afflictions are not worthy to be compared with the glory that is being revealed in us.” – Romans 8:18





March 15, 2020

What you can do rather than go to Church this morning!

1. Have worship at home with your family.

2. Take a walk and think about God’s goodness to you.

3. Make a list of folks who could use a kind and encouraging word and call or text them.

4. Call someone you struggle to love and just say, “I was just thinking about you.”

5. Start reading the bible.

6. Make an online donation to an organization that is doing important work.

7. Commit to pray for those in the health care space for the rest of this pandemic.

8. Turn off the TV, turn on the music that touches your soul.

9. Commit to using all of your social media to post positive, edifying posts.

10. Go to the store for someone.

11. What would you add to this list…

You see Church can’t actually be cancelled, it can only adapt.

God bless you, wash your hands!



March 13, 2020

Prudent, Not Panicked


Things continue to develop rapidly. Since my last communication, there are 42 cases of COVID-19 in 14 Counties in Georgia and 1 person has died. Many schools, colleges and universities have moved learning online or cancelled classes all together. And many congregations in the diocese have cancelled most if not all of their weekly programming. Our Presiding Bishop has given us his support to either cancel all worship services for the next two weeks or to practice extreme caution as we gather for worship. Because we are a large diocese with diverse contexts I am NOT at this time directing the diocese to cancel worship. Rather, I echo our Presiding Bishop’s approach for now. You have my absolute support if you make the difficult decision to cancel and you have my absolute support if in your context it makes sense to gather for worship adhering to the guidelines established by the CDC and my previous directive. Given the rate of change we have already experienced, it is likely that I will need to update this communication in the next few days. Still, we must not panic, but we must be prudent. God is still God and by the grace of God we will steady ourselves, take care of one another and continue on.

God bless you,


Social distancing is one of the best ways to control the spread of disease, including Covid-19: CDC guidance

CDC guidance for faith communities. 

Georgia Department of Public Health COVID-19 updates

Free COVID-19 Testing in Atlanta CORE locations.

Faith tradition COVID-19 health guides: United Church of Christ, Union for Reform Judaism, The Episcopal ChurchUnited Methodist Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Muslim Public Affairs Council

Emotional Care
As Christians we are committed to caring for each other, including providing help when someone is feeling fearful or sad. All the news about Coronavirus can be daunting, particularly for children who might find it difficult to understand what they’re seeing online and on TV. Here is how we can ensure that we are checking in with one another and not isolating ourselves from friends and community, even while practicing social distancing.

CDC guidance  

UNICEF guidance

Clergy Support Resources
COVID-19 Response Guidelines Document

As developments around the coronavirus pandemic continue to unfold at a rapid rate, the Diocese of Atlanta is committed to doing all it can to help stem the spread of COVID-19 and support our churches as they find new ways to worship, pray, care, and comfort. We are compiling a number of resources for our clergy into this master document, and encourage you to check back frequently for updates. We will continue to add information as it comes to light, and thank each and everyone of you for such inspiring creativity and dedication as we all pivot to meet the needs of our community. During this uncertain and ever-evolving crisis, we are all in this together.


Additional Resources

Emergency Funds for Families Impacted by COVID-19


Stewardship During COVID-19 Manual


Stewardship During COVID-19 Workshop Recording


Clergy Zoom Meeting Instructions


Resource from Columbia Theological Seminary: What We Need Is Here: Practicing Resurrection in a Season of Social Distance

Article on
caring for yourself by Greg DeLoach is Interim Dean at McAfee School of Theology of Mercer University and Director of Development at McAfee School of Theology and College of Professional Advancement.

Clergy and Spiritual Communal Leaders Group:
Rabbi Joshua Lesser has created a FB Group for clergy and spiritual communal leaders to share resources, responses, and decision making frameworks around COVID-19 related issues. It’s also a multifaith space for mutual support in this changing landscape. The group is Clergy and Spiritual Communal Responses to Covid-19. It is a private group. To receive an invite, contact Don Plummer,

Podcasts From The Episcopal Church
Listen to a variety of podcasts from The Episcopal Church and Presiding Bishop Michael Curry. View podcasts here.

For People with Bishop Rob Wright

Listen to conversations focused on the intersection of life and faith in Bishop’s new podcast.

Songs of Encouragement

Listen to Bishop Wright’s hand-picked Spotify playlist to keep your spirits lifted throughout the week.

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