Serving Neighbours and Speaking with Friends
Ways to serve neighbours and speak with friends in the coronavirus crisis
In the midst of the global Coronavirus crisis, we have a unique opportunity to be Gospel people: to act lovingly, speak graciously, and live humbly for the common good of all people. In addition to taking the necessary precautions to limit virus transmission, which protects the most vulnerable people in society, here are steps you can take to serve neighbours and speak with friends in this time of great anxiety and isolation:
Become an NHS Volunteer Responder
Supporting the vulnerable
Can you connect virtually with your neighbourhood?
Talk with people about God, who suffers with us
Offer to pray for people and ask if they need practical help.
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