relaunch


Church employees could be eligible for unemployment benefits under CARES Act


PUA will provide a Weekly Benefit Amount that is the same as what the individual would have received had he or she qualified for regular unemployment compensation...

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Online engagement in a post-pandemic culture


It is important to take into account concerns involving privacy and intellectual property rights...

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Adult & Youth Classroom Seating Scenarios: Typical vs. Personal Distance Spacing


These diagrams represent possible church classroom scenarios for groups/classes of adults and youth...

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Ideas for Using Masks or Face Coverings in Preschool and Children’s Areas


Parents and teachers can help prepare preschoolers for face masks by practicing and making masks something fun and personal...

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What does childcare look like when we first open back up?


Each church must evaluate their situation and make the wisest decision for them.  ...

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Considerations for a relaunch of your Youth Ministry


What is safe (not simply allowed) as we “love our neighbor” in the example of Christ. ...

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Gov. Abbott issues new Executive Order to begin reopening Texas


On Monday, April 27, Governor Greg Abbott announced that he will allow Executive Order GA-16 (the old EO) to expire, as scheduled, at the end of the month. ...

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Gov. Abbott provides an update on guidance for houses of worship


On April 21, Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton issued an updated version of their joint statement titled “Guidance to Houses of Worship During the COVID-19 Crisis.”...

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Governor Abbott’s latest Executive Order provides clarity for churches across Texas


On March 31, Governor Greg Abbott issued Executive Order GA-14 (EO), which says residents of Texas must minimize in-person contact with people outside the same household. ...

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