This season of life is something none of us would have asked for and something we hope is over soon. In the midst of the crisis, however, is an unprecedented opportunity to demonstrate a central call of our faith: to love our neighbors.
Simple connections and acts of kindness can give hope to the discouraged, create new friendships, and even open the door for life-changing conversations.
We think the call to “Love… Where You Live” is more important right now than it’s ever been. Will you join in?
COVID-19 Essential guidelines (CDC.GOV)
It is crucial to follow the CDC instructions at all times when interacting with neighbors. Following these guidelines is the best thing we can do to protect ourselves and the most vulnerable among us.
Wash your hands with soap often and avoid touching your face.
Maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from others.
Avoid having people outside your immediate family into your home.
Limit touches to hard surfaces that others may have touched and wipe down surfaces when in doubt.
If you are not feeling healthy, self-quarantine and avoid contact with others.