Faith leaders play an essential role in bringing communities together to promote connectedness—faith, hope, and life—and provide support to those who may be struggling or in crisis. With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the entire country, and physical distancing mandates in place in many states and communities, faith leaders are now challenged with a new reality—finding alternate ways to bring their communities together and provide care and support from a distance. Especially now during this difficult time, faith leaders can make a tremendous positive impact on the wellbeing of their congregations by building virtual opportunities for social connectedness and community.
Join the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention’s (Action Alliance) Faith Communities Task Force on April 30 at 1:00 pm CT for a free 1-hour webinar to learn about Strengthening Faith Community Connectedness During the COVID-19 Pandemic.
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