Pandemic Resources Around the Web

As the COVID-19 pandemic has surged again, and we find ourselves stretched thinner and thinner, you will find below links to resources for encouragement, insight, and hope from various organizations. The list is by no means comprehensive. So we invite you to add links to resources you have found helpful in the comments at the bottom of this page.

Association of Lutheran Church Musicians:
https://alcm.org/news-events/pandemic-resources/

Concordiatheology.org (Concordia Seminary):
https://concordiatheology.org/tag/pandemic

DOXOLOGY:
https://www.doxology.us/ministry-in-plague-time-covid-19/

The Lutheran Church—Canada (LCC):
https://www.lutheranchurchcanada.ca/covid-19/

The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS):
https://www.lcms.org/how-we-serve/mercy/health-ministry/pandemic

Lutheran Family Service (Iowa):
https://lutheranfamilyservice.org/resources/coronavirus-covid-19-resources/

Lutheran Hour Ministries:
https://www.lhm.org/covid-19/

Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML):
https://www.lwml.org/covid

Michigan District (LCMS):
https://michigandistrict.org/pandemic-resources/spiritual-devotional/

YouthESource (LCMS Youth Ministry):
http://www.youthesource.com/covid-19-pandemic-resources/

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