'Covid-19' Tagged Posts (Page 2)

'Covid-19' Tagged Posts (Page 2)

Sunday Morning Online

Until we can gather in person again, WellSprings is finding new ways to connect online. We’re adding some things to our schedule this weekend! Check out our Sunday plans: Every Sunday: 9am YouthSpirit. On Sundays we’ll use the online platform “Zoom” to gather kids together! To start, we’ll simply be walking through some of the basic functionality of Zoom, and checking in on each other. In future weeks, we’ll develop YouthSpirit offerings as we learn, together. Parents and caretakers, please log…

WellSprings Online in March

We know how much WellSprings matters to all of us, and we’re so grateful that we can continue to share experiences of connection, even during a time when keeping physical distance is an act of care. Beginning on Sunday, March 15th, we’ll offer a new kind of experience: WellSprings Online. Here’s how it works: At 10am each Sunday morning, a video will go live on our YouTube channel. You’ll see everything you expect to see at a regular service. A worship leader…

WellSprings Suspending All In-Person Gatherings

WellSpringers, I’m writing to you all this evening to update you on our community’s plans, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our Board and I have decided that as of Friday, March 13th, we are suspending all in-person WellSprings gatherings, until further notice. In our conversations over the past week, I’ve heard how many of you are dealing with the changing environment around COVID-19 in your own workplaces, in schools, and with your families. The Board and I have also…

Coronavirus and our Congregation: An Evolving Situation

As we shared last week, the coronavirus, COVID-19, has made its way to the US, and we hope to keep ourselves and one another safe and healthy through this season. This afternoon, Rev. Lee and Board President Chris Chepel joined a call hosted by the Chester County Department of Health, offering guidance to religious and other community organizations. At this time, there is no recommendation in the county to cancel religious services. The Montgomery School is also in daily communication with…

Keeping One Another Healthy

Coronavirus and our Congregation As you are probably aware, the coronavirus, COVID-19 has made its way to the US, and many are wondering how we can keep ourselves and one another safe and healthy through this season. There is currently no advice for people in our area to avoid public gatherings like religious services, assuming they are healthy. However, it’s still important that we approach this situation in an educated and cautious way. With that in mind, here are our…
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