President's Blog

COVID-19 Stories, Part 5

Chaplaincy is often referred to as the “ministry of presence”.

How do you do “presence” when COVID-19 protocols restrict you from meeting with people?

Our Fellowship chaplains have remained busy these past few months. They have found innovative ways to continue their “ministry of presence” among those they shepherd and care for.

Here are several recent testimonies to encourage you: Our Fellowship Chaplaincy member care coordinator recently asked our chaplains, “Given the current situation in what ways have you been able to connect with the people you serve in your chaplaincy work?” Click HERE to read their responses:

Please join me in praying for our Fellowship chaplains, many who remain on the “front lines” ministering to people during our shared experience with COVID-19.