We're talking about Coronavirus.
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We're in for the long haul with Covid19, so we're beefing up the Hub as a shared space for gathering useful Resources and supporting each other through challenging times.
Do tell us what would be helpful, and as always please start new threads or add to existing ones.
As we are physically apart our online community support and sharing is all the more important.
Some useful links
Coronavirus as Trauma (self-care is not optional)
Zoom meetings for beginners
A safe and healthy return to worship (article)
Here we go again? Give us a break – December 2021 blog post from the Tragedy and Congregations team.
Hardwiring Happiness – June 2021 blog post from the Tragedy and Congregations team.
Rebuilding after lockdown: rest, recovery and reflection - May 2021blog post from the Tragedy and Congregations team.
One year on: Feeling our way towards recovery and rebuilding - March 2021 blog from the Tragedy and Congregations team
Burnout in a time of Pandemic - February 2021 blog from the Tragedy and Congregations team
Living in the Anthropocene: Resilience and Adaptability (lessons from the pandemic) - January 2021 blog from the Tragedy and Congregations team
Coronavirus and ministry
The latest interview, October 2020, with Carla Grosch-Miller looking at how the current situation is affecting those in ministry and beyond. The focus of this video is resilience and self-care, with practical advice on navigating our way through these times.
Join in the discussion around this video here
Collective loss and trauma
An interview with Carla Grosch-Miller discussing the issue of trauma and collective loss.
Chat and discuss
Comment and engage with others around the issues of loss and trauma in this thread: Collective loss
Two further videos are available in this series and available via the Collective Loss thread on the Hub. However, you will need to be a member to access them. Membership is free for those in ministry.
Church of England : Mental health reflections
Church of England : Coronavirus guidance
Scottish Episcopal Church : Coronavirus guidance
Baptist Union (GB): Coronavirus latest
Methodist Church (UK): Coronavirus latest
Association for Promoting Retreats : Inspiration in Isolation