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

By UUA Congregational Life

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.

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UUA Congregational Life

The regional Congregational Life staff are congregations' local connection to the UUA. All of the program Congregational Life staff have expertise in most aspects of congregational life and each also has a few program areas of expertise. See the...

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