A Guide to Pastoral Care and Connection in a Time of Physical Distancing

Elder's lap with folded hands

During challenging times, we need one another more than ever. We are called to hold a hand, give a hug, and other human ways of physically reminding ourselves of our interconnection. But there are times, such as during a pandemic, that human touch needs to be limited.

Physical isolation doesn't have to mean social isolation. Here is a collection of resources to help your members and friends feel connected and cared for.