March 13, 2020

COVID-19 Resources

Below you will find resources we’ve gathered from across the Church, designed to inform and support us through the current COVID-19 pandemic. Included are the most recent messages, resources and recommendations from the Episcopal Church, recommendations from the CDC and WHO (in English and Spanish), and various worship, prayer, and community resources to use during this time. We hope you find them helpful. We join in prayer with our siblings around the world, as we navigate this difficult time together.

Note: We will update this list as new resources are made available. If you have a relevant resource to share, please send it to

General information:

  • Statement from the Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and updates from the Episcopal Church.
  • Latest updates on the coronavirus from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Information in Spanish here. Información en español aquí.

Hybrid Church:

  • A simple guide to offering online worship through Zoom, Facebook and other services from the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago.
  • A short video on how to livestream your church service with only a cell phone from the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego. In Spanish here. En español aquí.

Online events:

  • Choose Well, a new podcast series from the Church Pension Group featuring interviews with health and finance experts on topics that are particularly relevant today: financial wellness, cultivating healthy behaviors, and leading a balanced life.


  • Faith@Home Daily, lectionary-based readings and reflections by Forma and Forward Movement

Prayer and meditation:


Note: These links are provided for informational purposes only. Please seek your, or your parish’s, own legal, tax or financial advice before finalizing any action or decision.

Online Giving:

Conversation and community:

Books and publications:

Resources for children:

Other resources:

  • RSVP Church a way to safely distribute people to allow for safer reopening
  • MapDash for COVID-19, an ever-growing collection of COVID-specific data-map layers, including social vulnerability, infections, deaths, recoveries, hospitals and urgent care facilities, pharmacies, and more from Datastory.
  • A short video on how to share the Peace without shaking hands from the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York.