Join us for a conversation with Beth Estock about fearlessly loving leadership during COVID-19. She talks about her personal experience with having COVID-19, how individuals and faith communities need to embrace grounding practices as this moves from a short-term crisis to a longer term reality, and the beautiful opportunities this can open up for faith communities to act out of their very best selves.
This week, in collaboration with the BTS Center, Reports will continue its series on creative, compassionate responses to the Coranovirus for faith leaders and faith communities: a set of short, 20 minute conversations about the 101’s of moving your community to a digital space, how to stay spiritually grounded, how to best love your neighbors, and more.
If you’re a faith leader and need a supportive community, make sure to check out:
- The BTS’ Center’s and Reports From the Spiritual Frontier’s online weekly prayer huddles weekly on Wednesdays at 9AMEST.
- Our Zoom Seminar: Spiritual Practices for Spiritual Leaders During COVID-19, Thursday, 3/26 at 10AMEST.
If you want to learn more about how you can be a good neighbor, check out:
- Beth’s article, How To Navigate As Leaders Through the Unknown
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Stay tuned next for: A conversation next week with Rabbi Eli Freedman about hosting meaningful life cycle events, such as weddings and funerals, during a pandemic.