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July 7, 2020

Just Serve

How can you help your neighbor, your community during the pandemic? Just Serve has some ideas.

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Food - and Hope

Faith communities are joining with community leaders, schools, and social service organizations to bring food, and hope to those in need.

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Guidance for Gathering Together in Houses of Worship

We know that congregations are eager to gather again to worship, sing and pray. As leaders, however, your wisdom and insight is critical to protecting your flock at this critical time. We strongly encourage you to prayerfully consider the health implications of coming together in your house of worship as the COVID-19 virus is still present throughout the state of Tennessee. Care for your members as you would your children.

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Help for the Homeless

On any given night, more than 8,000 Tennesseans are homeless. These are some of Tennessee's most vulnerable citizens. We are committed to help them in this time of crisis.

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New Things

Everything is different now. Life has changed in countless ways. We are missing our friends and families. We long for connection and outreach. How do we find and appreciate the new thing that God is doing?

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Welcome Spring! Happy Passover! Joyous Easter!

This has been an unusual Holy Week for people of faith.

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Be the Church

“Every single act of kindness, every single message, every single call we’ve received, have all ended with the same 5 words: We are praying for you! All. Of. Them! What this crazy experience has taught us is this: to find ‘the church’ in our local community, we just have to be the church to our neighbor.”

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