Today we are sharing recent articles and webinars from our Faculty, as they help us rethink and adapt to our current situation of social distancing and isolation.
Four guidelines for improvising pastoral leadership through a pandemic
By Eileen R. Campbell-Reed, Visiting Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and Care
How will ministers lead through the unnavigated territory, meet moral obligations for loving our neighbors and ourselves, guide and care for our people in an unprecedented time of uncertainty, and hold out hope in the face of despair? Read Dr. Campbell-Reed’s post in the Christian Century, Four guidelines for improvising pastoral leadership through a pandemic.
Addressing Isolation and Quarantine
By Dr. Cooper-White, Vice-President of Academic Affairs and Dean, and Christiane Brooks Johnson Professor of Psychology & Religion
How can we care for those for whom social isolation is actually a risk factor for increased intimate partner violence, substance abuse, and mental health crisis? Listen to Dean Cooper-White’s webinar with Episcopal Relief & Development, Addressing Isolation and Quarantine.
Being Church As We Live With COVID19 – Challenges and Demands
Dr. Cláudio Carvalhaes, Associate Professor of Worship
This moment is asking us to reimagine our lives and ways of being, which at the moment includes the way congregations’ worship since we cannot gather together in person right now. Read his post on RE-IMAGINING WORSHIP, Being Church As We Live With COVID19 – Challenges and Demands.
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