UCC churches establish protocols as coronavirus spreads

United Church of Christ leaders are sharing information with each other, listening to the latest data from world health organizations and taking directives from their local health departments to discern how best to take precautions as the coronavirus COVID-19 spreads across United States. They are practicing social distancing, increasing sanitation practices, and inviting worshippers to participate in services online, among other measures.

United Church of Christ leaders are sharing information with each other, listening to the latest data from world health organizations and taking directives from their local health departments to discern how best to take precautions as the coronavirus COVID-19 spreads across United States. They are practicing social distancing, increasing sanitation practices, and inviting worshippers to participate in services online, among other measures. Click here for the full March 9, 2020, UCC News story.

See also: Coronavirus resources from the UCC and its Disaster Ministries (updated regularly)

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