Free online summit on how your church can respond well to COVID-19
As we venture into uncharted waters in the world, we as the body of Christ and the church worldwide, we want to be a part of sharing useful and helpful resources. This one is a free online summit for church leaders and pastors.
In times of crisis, such as our current COVID-19 pandemic, people will turn to church leaders for help. Join this two-day digital summit on Thursday & Friday, March 26 & 27, 2020 (accessible at your own convenience) to learn from leaders around the world about how your church can respond to the coronavirus outbreak.
Faithfully respond. Don’t fearfully react.
This is two-day digital summit on March 26 & 27 for churches and church leaders responding to COVID-19 presented by the Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton College and National Association of Evangelicals. Register at covid19churchsummit.com
What do you need to be learning that will help you in the next ministry decisions you need to make?
“The church can and should be a beacon of hope in hard, uncertain times like this.” — Kent Annan, M.Div., Director of Humanitarian & Disaster Leadership, Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton College.
“Research has shown that churches are often one of the first places people turn when they are in crisis—whether they need physical, emotional, or spiritual support.” — Jamie Aten, Ph.D., Founder & Executive Director, Humanitarian Disaster Institute and Blanchard Chair of Humanitarianism & Disaster Leadership at Wheaton College