Resources for COVID-19
The Johns Hopkins Covid-19 Dashboard appears to be one of the best source for statistics on the spread of the virus.
The well-known American Christian writer and quadriplegic, Joni Eareckson Tada, talks about how Christians can meet the threat of the virus: ‘A Calming Word during the Coronavirus’
The Church of England has produced some mental health reflections to help you in this time of uncertainty. You can access them at: io/MentalHealth.
The Mental Health Foundation has also produced some useful resources, which can be found at: https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/coronavirus
You can find a host of other mental health resourcesfrom a variety of different organisations and charities. https://www.mentalhealthatwork.org.uk/toolkit/coronavirus-and-isolation-supporting-yourself-and-your-colleagues/
Some helpful books and resources are also available from Sacristy Press at https://www.sacristy.co.uk/books/coronavirus-church-resources#
Go to church this Sunday (virtually)
You can watch (and rewatch) the Church of England’s virtual Sunday services through the Church of England website.
Time to Pray
The Church of England’s Time to Pray app is now free to use.
Are you rural?
The Arthur Rank Centre, an ecumenical Christian charity, has launched a resource hub to support rural Christians and churches, covering many aspects of rural Christian life.