Coronavirus

Coronavirus

Top Things We Think You Should Know: 

1.  a. URGENT: Churches Should Act Now to Receive Funding - Applications being taken starting April 3.

April 3 Update from UCC General Counsel Heather Kimmel

 

 

       b.  Churches can be reimbursed for significant portions of the costs of COVID-related sick time and family leave time for church employees.   Read more here

2. Easter Worship Experience Being Developed
A Conference worship team is preparing an Easter worship experience that local churches will be invited to utilize. Churches will be given instructions on how to access it, along with recommendations for local communities to gather remotely in conjunction with it.  Get a preview here

3. What’s Next in the Pandemic: Phases of Disaster Don Remick writes: I am going to ask you if you really believe that going back will help your survival and sustainability. I don’t believe it will. 


Coronavirus Response Resources

This is an ever changing document of resources, advice and prayers.  In it you will see the hope we share in Jesus.  Thank you for making this possible with your gifts. 

Website Sections:

On this page:

 

The Big Picture

Covid19 Health Updates
 

Health Updates

Cleaning Guides


What our Siblings Are Doing


Scams and Warnings:

  • Beware of Zoombombing
    Blog by Tiffany Vail
     
  • SCAMS:  Another danger of pandemics is people taking advantage.  Please watch out for Coronavirus related scams, such as phishing emails from cyber-criminals posing as reputed organizations like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or the World Health Organization (WHO). When the unsuspecting victim opens the attachment, malware is installed on their PC.  Phishing emails prompting the recipient to enter their login credentials into a web site to access information about coronavirus.  Once entered, the login credentials are stolen by the threat actors.  Fraudulent charities that use legitimate social media sites to ask for donations for charitable causes related to the virus.  Non-Delivery Frauds – fraudulent advertisements for medical supplies such as medical masks, gloves, disinfectants,etc.  The fraudulent company will ask for upfront payment and will never deliver the ordered products. Be cautious when ordering such supplies online.  Please be vigilant.

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