ICYMI: Spiritual Care in a Time of Social Distancing

LCMS Pastor Matt Peeples recently hosted a webinar on the theme “Spiritual Care in a Time of Social Distancing.” The panel included Concordia Seminary Professors Rick Marrs and Bruce Hartung (emeritus), as well as Pastor Jeff Cloeter. The description:

In times of crisis, people look to the church and the leaders within the church to guide them through difficult times. But how can the church be present when loving your neighbor means staying away from your neighbor? In a time of social distancing, how can we deliver the spiritual care people are looking for while still respecting our communities and doing our part to flatten the curve?

The live webinar took place on April 15, 2020, but it was recorded to watch on demand via Zoom:

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/rec/WN_wMBrTbalRj2w5JLJ58Sj4A

The list of resources discussed in the webinar is also available in a Google doc:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lOIv1OGobnHvseCO60DEA4QINqjQpVDQCujXt1udsLI/edit?usp=sharing

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