Parish Staff is mostly remote at this time.
Communications & Resources
Bishop Barker's March 20 Letter (Worship Online Instead of In Person Extended)
Fr. Ben's March 16 Letter (Updates and Formation)
Fr. Ben's March 15 Letter (Online Worship)
Fr. Ben's March 14 Letter (Suspension of public worship)
Bishop Barker’s March 13 letter (Suspension of public worship)
Bishop Barker’s March 11 letter
Diocese of Nebraska COVID-19 Messages & Resources
Messages & Resources from The Episcopal Church
Episcopal Relief & Development
U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Douglas County Health Department Recommendations and Exposures
Resources for prayer and worship at home
Additional resources from the Diocese of Nebraska
Thoughts from Bishop Curry
“In this time when we are all affected by the coronavirus, whether directly or indirectly, whether physically, biologically, psychologically, spiritually, and for many economically, it may be helpful to remember that we're in this together.
Jesus came among us in the first place, to show us the way to be right and reconcile with the God who is the creator of us all, and right and reconciled with each other as children of this one God who has created us all, and therefore as sisters, brothers, and siblings, one of another.
Jesus came to show us how to be in a relationship with God and in relationship with each other, came to show us how to live not simply as collections of individual self-interest, but how to live as the human family of God. That's why he said love the Lord your God, love your neighbor as yourself. Because in that is hope for all of us to be the human family of God.
So look out for your neighbors, look out for each other. Look out for yourselves. Listen to those who have knowledge that can help to guide us medically and help to guide us socially. Do everything that we can to do this together, to respond to each other's needs and to respond to our own needs.” ~ Bishop Curry
Bishop Curry's full statement is available here.