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Covid-19 - Looking after God's People

As churches and leaders, we have an obvious concern to support each other as faithful followers of Jesus through a set of circumstances that will impact us in many different ways. NWBA Regional Minister offers a number of short video talks to help leaders think through our roles:

A basic framework for keeping in touch

Supporting God's people in a new context

Equipping people to find their way through

One particular challenge is taking funerals within the current social-distancing restrictions. We have put together a short funeral service which a number of ministers have used to share with families and friends who can't attend the funeral of a loved one. If the service cannot be livestreamed many have found some comfort by using this video at the time the service takes place. If you contact us, we can provide a printed outline of the service so that the funeral committal can resemble the one that mourners will be watching.

A Service of thanksgiving and committal

We are also grateful to NWBA churches and ministers, especially Carolyn Urwin, who have offered various prayers and reflection resources that you may wish to use either for personal reflection or to share more widely. You can find some here:

Consider the Dandelions . .

Learning from Lockdown

A prayer and a song

Why am I feeling this way?

Loving Gardener

We continue to work in partnership as Baptists Together with other Regional Associations. Some resources that you might find helpful are listed below:

A tutorial for livestreaming services (SWBA)

Resources for communion from Baptists Together including an online communion service led by SWBA Regional Minister, Carl Smethurst.